BMW G05 Coolant Reservoir Replacement
The BMW G06 Coolant Hose Reservoir is an integral part of the BMW G60 Coolant System and is designed to reduce wear and maintain the same temperature as the main reservoir.
When using the new BMW G30 Coolant Pump System the reservoir is removed from the reservoir for cleaning.
This is a quick and easy way to get rid of old, worn, or damaged coolant.
A quick way to remove the old coolant can be to replace the reservoir with a new one.
For those who have the new Coolant Pumps, a coolant pump is not necessary.
However, if you want to remove or replace a reservoir from your BMW G35 Coolant pump, be sure to take the pump apart and inspect the coolant piping.
Coolant piping should be inspected prior to replacing it.
Before removing the pump, carefully remove the pump assembly from the body.
This may take a few seconds, so be sure you’re in the right spot before doing so.
The pump assembly can be seen in the photograph above.
Next, carefully pull the pump out of the body by carefully rotating the pump in the direction of the engine, with the pump’s end facing up.
Carefully remove the reservoir from the pump body.
If the pump is already empty, carefully pour coolant into the reservoir before inserting the pump into the pump housing.
Pump assembly removed from BMW G65 Coolant reservoir.
The reservoir should be empty, but the reservoir’s interior is still cold.
To remove the coolerant reservoir, you’ll need to unscrew the coolants side cover.
You may need to gently pull the coolerants side cap off of the reservoir, as shown in the photo below.
Removing the cooleranis reservoir should only take a minute or two.
After removing the reservoir you can replace the pump with a fresh one, or simply discard the old one.