BMW Coolant Leaks Coolant Flush Price, Check Coolant Additives
BMW Coolants leaked in the past and now we have a new leak: Coolant additives.
The leaks have taken place in the coolant supply chain, and are affecting the supply of coolant for the upcoming 2019 model year.
The leaks have been reported to be occurring in the Coolant Supply Chain and to affect supply of Coolant for 2019 model years.
It’s not yet clear whether these leaks are related to the new generation of the BMW M3, or whether they’re related to BMW’s own supplier.
We reached out to BMW for more information about the leak, and will update this article as more information becomes available.
In addition to BMW, Coolant suppliers such as Bosch, Bosch and Schlumberger are also reporting the leaks, as well as the Coolants’ manufacturer Coolant International.
Coolant supplier Coolant Worldwide said it has “a wide variety of cooling equipment that is designed to protect cooling systems and help reduce the risk of heat spread and to enhance cooling performance.”
Coolant International, which is also owned by BMW, has issued a statement, saying it has already begun “urgently addressing the issue.”
Coolant worldwide says the cooling systems are “still in place,” and that the company will be providing “full support to affected customers and their suppliers” to ensure “their supply chain is fully repaired and that they receive a prompt and full response.”
The coolant leaks come just two months after a BMW M2 and M3 cooler was found leaking water into a cooler in a parking lot, and in a similar incident in May.
BMW’s Coolant Solutions told Auto Express that the leaks had occurred at a Coolant Equipment supply chain in the US, and that it had received “several complaints from customers regarding the coolants in question.”
BMW’s supplier Coolants International did not respond to an emailed request for comment.
Coolant Solutions, which supplies cooling systems to BMWs M3 and M4 models, says it has notified customers who may have been impacted.
BMW said that the cooler is “still under warranty,” and the company is “working closely with our suppliers and Coolants to investigate the cause of the issues.”
According to BMW , it is not yet known whether the cooling system is connected to a separate cooler, or if this has anything to do with the leaks.
BMW’s M3 is currently the hottest vehicle on the market, with sales of more than 30 million units in 2018, making it the most popular model in the brand’s history.
It is one of the few vehicles in the M brand that is not powered by a hybrid or electric engine.
The coolants leak comes a few months after BMW also released a new model that has an aluminum engine and a new aluminum chassis.
The new model is the M3 xDrive.
A BMW spokesperson said that BMW has been working on the cooling issues with Coolants, but that it has no comment on the matter at this time.
The Coolant leaks are just the latest in BMW Cooler’s problems.
BMW Cooling told AutoExpress that it received a number of “severial” Coolant supply complaints over the past few months, and was “very concerned about the supply chain” as a result.
It said that Coolant’s supplier was not “the cause” of the problems, and is working to rectify the issue.
Coolant Worldwide has also had problems with cooling systems for the past several years.
BMW told Autoexpress that in March 2017, the company was notified by Coolant that a Coolants supply chain issue was affecting the performance of its cooling system.
Coolants supplier Coolantes said that “Coolants customers have contacted Coolant and have expressed their concerns about the performance, reliability and durability of Coolants cooling systems.”