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Common Problems with the E39 BMW 5-series (525i, 528i, 530i, 540i)

By Adam Goral

In terms of parts sales, a huge chunk of our BMW surprisingly or not so much ends up on an E39 BMW 5-series. Built between 1995 and 2004 in the wonderfully pronounceable Dingolfing, Germany, this generation was a worthy successor to the very good E34, and was available in Sedan and Wagon with a variety of trims and engines. This will be a generalized post, so if you come up with something that YOU'VE come across, don't hesitate to leave a comment below to help anyone that stumbles upon this post while potentially shopping for a car, or diagnosing one they already have. I am going to focus on the most common 6 cylinder M52 and M54 engines. Here are some of the top problems that we've seen for the BMW E39 5-series cars.E39 BMW 5-series Cooling System PartsAs with most BMW's for reasons we don't particularly understand, the cooling system is one of the biggest weak ...Read More

Plug-And-Play E36 Oil Cooler Kit Now Available

By eEuroparts.com

A common point of contention with any E36 ownership is the balance between performance and heat. By nature, this compact, lightweight, powerful, RWD car is pretty much designed to be driven hard. With an extremely well balanced chassis, a 6cyl engine, and millions of aftermarket parts available, the E36 is quickly becoming the go-to car to pick up cheap and drive fast. Because of this, many sub 5000 BMW 3-series from this generation will find themselves on a race track from time to time, and that opens up one of two chinks in it's temper-hardened track battle armor. That is cooling capacity the other is chassis rigidity, which can be addressed with reinforcement kits.The eEuroparts E36 Oil Cooler KitWith a small, relatively aerodynamic front end, coupled with lightweight components, the M50 series E36 cars can get real hot real fast, causing all manners of ...Read More

Staggered 2017 Video and Photo Gallery is live!

By Adam Goral

For the third year in a row, the eEuroparts crew packed up and headed to what we can consider our home show. Well, it's closest anyway, located inside the Big E Fairgrounds just outside of Springfield Massachusetts, and it brings out all the local car guys for most people's last show of the season. We go to a lot of shows, every one is a little different but has one specialization. eEuroFest caters to the performance and enthusiast driving aspect by offering a track events in addition to the show. Wolfsgart focuses on the joy of driving by positioning itself up in a beautiful Vermont setting and scheduling cruises outside the actual show. SaabsCarlisle....well...that one is a bit self explanatory.If we have one takeaway from Staggered its that this is an all inclusive show focusing on fresh and modern trends, the new new. Open to all makes, it's very cool to see ...Read More

BMW E36 and E46: Beware The Money Shift

By Ryan Turner

The Dreaded Money ShiftIf you currently own, or you're in the market for a BMW E36 or E46 with a manual transmission - you must know and fear the Money Shift. A'Money shift' is slang for any situation where you mis-shift to a lower gear at too high of an rpm. This causes engine damage that costs you money - as the name implies. It can actually happen in any car, but a few factors make Bimmers moreprone to Money Shifts. Unfortunately, your mad skills alonearen't always enough to save you.Some key wear items can allow the wrong gear to be engaged easily. Plus in the 'ultimate driving machine' you're at even greater risk when driving hard as the engine's weight shifts the transmission around. I'll give you an idea of what to check, what to upgrade and why. You should look into the 'backhand' shifting technique many BMW owners use, most agree it minimizes the ...Read More

BMW E36 and E46: Beware The Money Shift

By Ryan Turner

The Dreaded Money ShiftIf you currently own, or you're in the market for a BMW E36 or E46 with a manual transmission - you must know and fear the Money Shift. A'Money shift' is slang for any situation where you mis-shift to a lower gear at too high of an rpm. This causes engine damage that costs you money - as the name implies. It can actually happen in any car, but a few factors make Bimmers moreprone to Money Shifts. Unfortunately, your mad skills alonearen't always enough to save you.Some key wear items can allow the wrong gear to be engaged easily. Plus in the 'ultimate driving machine' you're at even greater risk when driving hard as the engine's weight shifts the transmission around. I'll give you an idea of what to check, what to upgrade and why. You should look into the 'backhand' shifting technique many BMW owners use, most agree it minimizes the ...Read More

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