|Item Weight||7 ounces|
|Package Dimensions||12.2 x 9.2 x 0.5 inches|
|Manufacturer Part Number||VK-1001|
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BMW DUAL VANOS O-Ring Seal Repair Kit E36 E39 E46 E53 E60 E83 E85 M52tu M54 M56
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Stage 1 Vanos Seal Kit Designed specifically for the M52tu, M54 and M56 engines 6-cyl engines (Years 1998-2006) 3-series: E36 Z3 1998-2002 & E46 1998-2005 5-series: E39 1999-2003 & E60/E61 2002-2005 7-series: E38 1998-2001 & E65/E66 2002-2005 Z4 E85 2002-2005 // X3 E83 2003-2006 // X5 E53 2000-2006
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YouTube videos and there are a few websites like BAVAUTO that have PDF's for DIY how to. I spent about 9 hours doing this job because I wasn't in any hurry deciding to clean everything so I ran out of break parts cleaner having to go back to the store to get more. I didn't want to spray that stuff all over everything so I sprayed the cleaner only on the housing once removed and empty. I sprayed the cleaner on the red shop rags then cleaned a little at a time to avoid over spray. I used a lot of nitrile gloves, two red shop rags, a roll of paper towels, and about 4 cans of break parts cleaner. Don't forget to soak the VANOS parts back in fresh motor oil during final assembly to avoid any unnecessary wear. I also ordered some Nylon Vise Jaws from JCL PRODUCTS on Amazon. They worked excellently holding the round intake and exhaust pistons getting the old o rings out and while replacing the needle bearings and anti rattle rings.
My car has 227000 miles and I thought it was on its last legs. There is immediate improvement in performance. The tachometer doesn't bounce up and down anymore and moves smooth with cold idle about 900 rpm and warm 600 rpm turning on the AC makes no difference. It's nice not watching the car feel like its going to quite at stop lights with the AC on. The remanufactured transmission I had put in finally shifts like butter.
Was exact replacement for E46 BMW 1999 323I.