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post #1 of 27 (permalink) Old 01-12-2010, 04:12 PM
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Oil Change Every 60k....

Just wanted to pass this on... This dude hasn't done an oil change in 60,000 miles... and here is the result...

Umm..Need Advice...VANOS job in progress after 40k on an oil change - Bimmerforums - The Ultimate BMW Forum

Kinda looks like the inside of the 351W motor that was in my 1977 Ford Thunderbird back in High School.
 
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I read that about ....3 weeks ago.....that guy is an idiot




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Lol! thats a classic.

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Guess he should have used Castrol GTX High Milage lol

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If it werent German it may have not lasted 60k lol
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sweet... fill that ***** of with transmission fluid and let it ride for a day... drain put oil in it run it for a couple more day. then drain it fill with trans fluid let it ride for a day.. then change it again.. it'll help a lil then again i dunno if it would be safe on a bimmer as technical as they usually are.

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