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FragiLimbel 07-16-2021 11:15 PM

Question on BMW N54 Engine Gasket Problems
 
I was just wondering if anyone knows if after replacing the gaskets if it is still prone to gasket problems as it was just the original ones that came with the car that had issues or is it a reoccurring problem that happens? Anyone who happens to have any knowledge on this I would greatly appreciate it. As to why I'm planning on a 335i coupe as my next car is I want to get some experience working on a BMW and more so I'm looking to learn more about inline 6 cylinders, as the car I want once I can afford it is the new Supra.https://omegle.onl/ vshare

THE BEAST 07-17-2021 10:44 AM

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Originally Posted by FragiLimbel (Post )
I was just wondering if anyone knows if after replacing the gaskets if it is still prone to gasket problems as it was just the original ones that came with the car that had issues or is it a reoccurring problem that happens? Anyone who happens to have any knowledge on this I would greatly appreciate it. As to why I'm planning on a 335i coupe as my next car is I want to get some experience working on a BMW and more so I'm looking to learn more about inline 6 cylinders, as the car I want once I can afford it is the new Supra.

Nothing changes. If you replace a failed OE gasket and replace it with the same one....expect similar life expectancy. It's not likely they didn't torque things down correctly from factory to cause premature failure. Although I am sure its happened, just not very common.
In some cases, gaskets have been updated, similar to revisions on injectors for N54, but it is what it is.


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