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Re: m60 block replacement question (archive)

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Posted by keith on October 24, 2000 at 11:52:47:

In Reply to: m60 block replacement question posted by Nick P. on October 23, 2000 at 16:23:29:

I believe the dealer has to send the old block back to BMW, so that they can verify that the block was, indeed, bad and that the dealer was not just replacing the block to get the warranty repair work. That's what the mechanic who replaced mine told me.

1994 530ia

Just wondering, will BMW allow you to keep the rotted out block when they replace it with the new one? I would like to have it to sit next to my old fried slushbox in the garage. I don't know why, I just feel better having broken parts in my garage, like the rad. fan missing 5 blades from a mountain dew bottle at approx 120 mph, the cracked and rotted belts from 3 different bimmers, plus window switches that failed in my 250,000k 1983 533i over 5 years ago.

Oh lord, My family is right. I'm one sick puppy.

I gotta go and get some counseling. The parts counter at BMW is open another hour and a half, only they can help my terminal condition.

Nick Panich
1994 530ia

ex files-
1984 528e (slower than a slug on Valium)
1983 533i
1982 320i

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