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Old 11-11-2005, 12:12 PM   #18
ara325
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Make sure that you check the car with a full tank, I bought my car and the whole time it only had less than 20L in it. Get it home, fill it up, alas!! it is leaking. From what I see it is very expensive to replace the tank and alot of people have had pacth jobs. I highly recomend you inspect the lines on the drivers side just in front of the rear wheel.

Oh yeah a replacement tank ordered from germany is 943.00 cdn (at cost) from BMW so I was told.
Good call...often times cars will have a gas tank leak at the top of the tank. Such was the case with my M10. All I did was to make sure not to fill it up all the way...cheezy way around it i guess.
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