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24th September 2007

Get Expert Help for your BMW

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In case you didn’t notice, I’ve added a new service to BMW E36 Blog. Take a look here:

Expert Help

This service is being provided by By using this service you can get help to fix a problem with your car from one of their great experts. The service costs you 15$ normally. You have two other options in which you can pay 9$ if you have a tight budget or 30$ for a really urgent question. I know that some of you will say that I can ask on the forums or here on the BMW E36 Blog, but I really don’t recommend the forums, because you don’t always know who’s the guy that’s answering. you don’t know if he even has a good experience in what he’s talking about.

I contacted Ron from and asked him if they have experts in BMW E36 cars and he sent me information about two of their experts in that car:

William B is BMW Master Certified, Auto Service Technician. 100% Positive Feedback on 297 Car Accepts. Associate Degree Automotive Technology, Master ASE, Master BMW, Master Mazda, 30+ years experience

here’s a sample of his answers:

Doctor D Specializing in BMW cars. But also has extensive experience with all other Lines. He has ASE Master Tech, Rotary Club, AAA FL State Finalist, All data information specialist, IATN Member

here’s a sample of his answers:


I hope you like this new service. I recommend you to try it, if you have a problem with your car that needs expert help. I’m sure you’ll find it great.


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  1. 1 On November 11th, 2007, chris said:

    bmw 325tds is stalling when i change gear sometimes, when the engine is slightly warm, but no way hot.
    it just dies like i have turned the ignition off, somtimes it restarts somtimes it doesnt and i have to turn ignition off and back on, then it works, and it only does it when im moving.

    please help, ive had it computer checked but they said they dont know what it might be.



  2. 2 On November 11th, 2007, Tony Sticks said:


    I think you meant to post your question here

    Good luck.

  3. 3 On May 5th, 2008, Valentina said:

    I have a 1988 BMW 735i, my car was having heating problems and I finally realized I needed a radiator fan shroud and now that I replaced it, the car is still hot. Do you think I blew the head gasket? I have replace the upper radiator hose, twice after they popped and got a whole in it. Should I get another engine or get the head gasket replaced? I don’t want to sell the car, it only has 102k miles. Please help me!

  4. 4 On May 8th, 2008, Tony Sticks said:


    Did you mean to post your question here ?