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FAQ n52 oil type
What kind of oil leak does a N52 engine have?
The gasket seals the oil filter housing to the engine block/cylinder head, and is the most common oil leak found in N52 and all N5x engines, along with the one listed above. All oil leaks are serious, but the oil filter housing leak is the most serious as it can destroy your whole engine if ignored.
What is a N52 engine?
The N52 was the first water-cooled engine to use magnesium in the engine block. It was also listed as one of Ward’s 10 Best Engines in 2006 and 2007. In European markets, the N52 began to be phased out following the release of the N53 in 2007.
How do you drain oil from a N52 6 cylinder engine?
Figure 5 This photo shows the oil drain plug location on late N52 6-cylinder models (red arrow). Place the drain pan centered below the oil drain plug. Using a 17mm socket, remove the oil drain plug (inset). Allow the engine oil to drain until it stops dripping. Keep an eye on the oil as it drains.
What is the difference between the N52 and n52b30?
There were 2 versions, the N52B25, and N52B30. The differences between these engines are the N52B25 has a smaller bore and stroke, so pistons, crank etc are different, but they share the same block and head. Hi there, the N52 is a pretty popular engine and it’s nice to be looking at a NASP engine.
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