Daysyore 12Pcs Connecting Con Rod Bearings Set 11247628034 for 2004-2016 BMW 328i 530i X3 E90 E60 E83 E70 N51 N52

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Highlight Connecting Con Rod Bearings Set 2780300060:

  • High-quality Copper
  • Tight Fit without Gap
  • Help to Enhance Engine Performance
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BMW 125i 2013-2018 W205 / 2.0T 135kw (184ps)
BMW 128i 2014-2018 W205 / 2.0T 155kw (211ps)
BMW 130i 2013-2018 W205 / 2.0T 180kw (245ps)
BMW 323i 2015-2018 W205 / 2.0T 155kw (211ps) 205kw (279ps)
BMW 325i 2015-2017 C218 / 2.0T 155kw (211ps)
BMW 328i 2015-2017 C218 / 2.0T 155kw (211ps)
BMW 330i 2013-2018 W212 W213 / 2.0T 135kw (184ps)
BMW 523i 2013-2018 W212 W213 / 2.0T 155kw (211ps)
BMW 525i 2016-2018 W213 / 2.0T 180kw (245ps)
BMW 528i 2015-2018 X253 / 2.0T 135kw (184ps)
BMW 530i 2015-2018 X253 C253 / 2.0T 155kw (211ps)
BMW 630i 2016-2019 2.0T 155kw (211ps)
BMW 730i / 730Li 2016-2019 2.0T 155kw (211ps)
BMW X1 25i / 28i 2016-2019 2.0T 155kw (211ps)
BMW X3 2.5si / 3.0si 2016-2019 2.0T 155kw (211ps)
BMW X3 28ix  2016-2019 2.0T 155kw (211ps)
BMW X5 3.0si 2016-2019 2.0T 155kw (211ps)
BMW Z4 2.5si / 3.0si 2016-2019 2.0T 155kw (211ps)
BMW Z4 30i 2016-2019 2.0T 155kw (211ps)
Make BMW 328i 530i X3 E90 E60 E83 E70
Weight 0.5kg
Warranty 12 Months
OE Number 11247628034

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It is recommended not to use bad Connecting rod bearing drive. The connecting rod bearing is a critical component at the bottom of the engine and when it fails, it can lead to serious engine damage.

When these phenomena occur, it may be that your connecting rod bearing has a problem. Engine noise Oil pressure becomes low. Metal particles appear in the oil. Poor engine performance becomes worse. High engine mileage, long service life.

In some engines, the connecting rod bearings can be accessed by removing the oil pan and other components from under the engine. This allows a mechanic to remove the link cover and replace the bearing without having to remove the engine completely.
However, in many cases, the engine needs to be removed to accurately replace the connecting rod bearing. This is because the connecting rod bearings are located inside the engine block and their removal requires access to the crankshaft and connecting rod.

If only one bearing is damaged or worn out, only one connecting rod bearing can be replaced. However, it is generally recommended to replace all link bearings at the same time, even if only one shows signs of wear. Here are some reasons why: If one bearing wears out, the others may not last long either. Replace all bearings at one time to ensure uniform wear and optimal engine performance. High cost performance: the cost of replacing all connecting rod bearings is usually not much higher than replacing one bearing. By replacing all bearings at once, you can save time and money on future repairs. Replacing the connecting rod bearing is a complex process that requires the removal of the engine. A one-time replacement will avoid multiple engine disassembly Replacing all connecting rod bearings can help prevent future engine problems and extend the life of the engine.

If the connecting rod bearing is damaged or worn, it cannot be repaired and must be replaced. The connecting rod bearing itself is a lossy part, so it is not recommended to repair the damaged or worn bearing.

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