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BMW designs vehicles that are designed for the best performance, and like their other models, the 535i just won't perform as intended without the correct high-performance parts and accessories. BMW is a renowned manufacturer of first class, precision engineered rides that offer high speed functions and effortless control. For vehicle buyers who place high importance on performance and innovation, BMW can be trusted to deliver. Would a smart driver expend a lot for a beautiful luxury car, and then cut corners on replacement parts? Trust in the solid engineering of genuine BMW car designs for considerable power. BMW is a long time producer of solid and durable vehicles which include sleek styling and enduring worth. BMW is a reliable producer of rock solid and dependable vehicles that also afford innovative engineering. Auto enthusiasts who enjoy optimized car or trucks know that there's nothing more vital than putting in the newest replacement parts. Frequent concerns associated to BMW 535i Water Pumps include leaking coolant, busted bearings or a worn-out impeller. A broken BMW 535i Water Pump creates poor water circulation and might ultimately lead to overheating. The circulation of a car or truck's coolant is dependent on power offered by your BMW 535i Water Pump. Your BMW 535i Water Pump provides the pressurized power needed to circulate a car or truck's coolant fluid. When there are any concerns about our parts, our customer support people are available by telephone or by e-mail - with the usual first-rate customer service!
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Water Pumps available for the following BMW 535i years: 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008, 1993, 1992, 1991, 1990, 1989, 1988, 1987, 1986, 1985, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 09, 08, 93, 92, 91, 90, 89, 88, 87, 86, 85. This part is also sometimes called BMW 535i Water Pumps. We stock water pump parts for most BMW models including X5, 325i, 335i, 328i, 525i, 530i, 528i, 740iL, 540i, 750Li, X3, 330i, 745Li, 545i, 740i, 550i, 325xi, 318i, 328xi, Z3, 745i, M3, 330Ci, 323i, 535xi, 325Ci, 750i, 330xi, Z4, 335xi, 645Ci, X6, 2002, 650i, 335i xDrive, 328i xDrive, 750iL, 525xi, 318ti and 535i xDrive.
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BMW 535i Water Pump
When your BMW 535i water pump is working effectively, your engine operates at a safe and efficient temperature. Should this part fail, you might notice symptoms associated with insufficient coolant working through the engine block of your vehicle. This can cause vehicle operation issues and even leave you stranded on the side of the road. A high-quality water pump ensures that your engine has what it needs for optimal operation.
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What is a BMW 535i Water Pump?
The water pump in your BMW makes sure that adequate coolant is traveling through your engine block, hoses and radiator. It typically drives off of the actual crankshaft or a crankshaft pulley. When it is working effectively, it removes some of the heat produced by your engine when your vehicle is running.
How Much is a BMW 535i Water Pump?
What you pay for your BMW 535i water pump depends on multiple factors, including:
- Your BMW's year
- The overall quality of the water pump
- The brand you choose
The price range for this part on PartsGeek.com typically ranges from $25 to $400.
What Are the Symptoms of a Faulty BMW 535i Water Pump?
It is important to avoid driving your vehicle if you suspect a faulty water pump. If this part is failing, several symptoms might occur to alert you to the problem. These might include:
- At the front-center of your vehicle, you notice a coolant leak
- A whining noise occurs due to a loose water pump pulley
- You notice steam coming from where your radiator is located
- You notice that your engine is overheating