DIY BMW E46 how to change water pump and thermostat

Need a water Pump? Need a thermostat? This video i'm killing 2 stones with one shot you'll learn how to remove the fan and shroud. Then gain access to the water pump and thermostat housing. This is where you'll learn how to remove those and change your water pump and thermostat. I didn't actually change out the thermostat i just swapped it for a metal housing instead of cheap plastic. Please watch my other videos for BMW repairs and other projects that I have going on

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