What are the Basic BMW Problems the Owners Should Know

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BMW owners also have to deal with many problems. Dirty idle control valves can cause rough idling issues in your BMW car. Gradually, the plastic radiators get worn-out and start to crack. A broken water pump leads to overheating of the engine. See this slideshow for the basic BMW problems.

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What are the Basic BMW Problems the Owners Should Know?

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BMW is lineup with a well-respected vehicle and has a large following of fans.

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Similarly, BMW introduced coupes, sedans, and convertible with model numbers.

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Now new models of BMW cars have been running on the road long enough.

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If you want to purchase one of these, then be aware of the issues related to it.

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Here are the listed points defining the basic BMW problems that you should know.

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Rough idling

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Dirty idle control valves can cause a rough idling issue in BMW cars.

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Heavy rain also causes flooding in the DME compartment and causes rough idling.

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Radiator leaks

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Radiators are the plastic parts that can be worn out and crack within 13,000 miles.

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Cracked radiator will result in coolant leak and eventually lead to engine problems.

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Broken water pump

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Water pump utilizes a plastic impeller to propel the coolant throughout the engine.

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If the water pump is broken, then the engine will be at risk of overheating.

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Burnt oil

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In a BMW, the failed cam cover gasket can leak oil down the cylinder head.

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Oil leaks can allow the oil to drip into the spark plug and cause it to be ignited.

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Take care of the potential problem before they become an actual issue.

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