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marco328is 07-18-2009 11:43 AM

E36 engine problems
 
hey there guys.

my car has finally reached the 250,000km mark and slowly my motor is falling apart. I have a oil leak coming from somewhere near the bottom (seals by the oil pan) and. my tranny pops out of forth almost everytime.

I was wondering what the cost of a full engine rebuild would cost on a 1996 318is.

cheers

RMPMOTORS 07-18-2009 08:27 PM

Please give us a call at the shop for pricing.

notjoe 07-20-2009 09:57 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by farbmw (Post 1326364)
Hi,

I know some guys in Brantford that rebuild BMW motors for a very good price, they will be doing my M3 motor soon. (Unfortunately) :(

Dont be a douchebag. I'm surprised the mods let this nonsense happen.

marco328is 07-20-2009 10:09 AM

can someone leave me a number for RMP. my cell phone doesn't support flash and I can get into the website to find their number.

cheers (_)>

marco328is 07-20-2009 10:10 AM

nevermind the have it on their banner posted above. my bad.

Trouble65 07-23-2009 10:09 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by marco328is (Post 1326249)
hey there guys.

my car has finally reached the 250,000km mark and slowly my motor is falling apart. I have a oil leak coming from somewhere near the bottom (seals by the oil pan) and. my tranny pops out of forth almost everytime.

I was wondering what the cost of a full engine rebuild would cost on a 1996 318is.

cheers

Personally I would not rebuild the motor. Just find yourself a good used 1.8Ltr with transmission for under $1500. I had a 1992 318iS that I sold to my friend. The car has over 400,000Km on the odometer and still running. Take it to RMP and have them do the swap.

doogee 07-31-2009 02:02 AM

Have them put an S52 in for you *th-up*

ShortShifter 07-31-2009 06:10 PM

Do yourself a favour and upgrade to the S52...you will not regret it.

If that is a bit too expensive then go for M50/M52

Jasmin 09-04-2009 06:48 AM

We all apperceive that BMW E36 cars do accept some (or many) problems that you will accept to face eventually or later. I usually try to avoid them for a while, but acquisition myself clumsy to accumulate blank them anymore, so I alpha a attack to fix any problems that I see (or feel :-) ). Last time, my headlights were attractive blurred and I anticipation of replacing themmy car has assuredly accomplished the 250,000km mark and boring my motor is falling apart. I accept a oil aperture advancing from about abreast the basal (seals by the oil pan) and. my tranny ancestor out of alternating about everytime.

Trouble65 09-04-2009 11:32 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Jasmin (Post 1342605)
We all apperceive that BMW E36 cars do accept some (or many) problems that you will accept to face eventually or later. I usually try to avoid them for a while, but acquisition myself clumsy to accumulate blank them anymore, so I alpha a attack to fix any problems that I see (or feel :-) ). Last time, my headlights were attractive blurred and I anticipation of replacing themmy car has assuredly accomplished the 250,000km mark and boring my motor is falling apart. I accept a oil aperture advancing from about abreast the basal (seals by the oil pan) and. my tranny ancestor out of alternating about everytime.

Huh?

328IScreamer 09-04-2009 11:39 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Jasmin (Post 1342605)
We all apperceive that BMW E36 cars do accept some (or many) problems that you will accept to face eventually or later. I usually try to avoid them for a while, but acquisition myself clumsy to accumulate blank them anymore, so I alpha a attack to fix any problems that I see (or feel :-) ). Last time, my headlights were attractive blurred and I anticipation of replacing themmy car has assuredly accomplished the 250,000km mark and boring my motor is falling apart. I accept a oil aperture advancing from about abreast the basal (seals by the oil pan) and. my tranny ancestor out of alternating about everytime.


lol! internet translation site?

slemmer 09-04-2009 11:55 AM

Reminds me of math - can't understand it.

Robb 09-05-2009 12:43 PM

^^ spambot *drink*


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