Guía del comprador de un serie 8 ( en inglés )

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    Guía del comprador de un serie 8... extraido de la página http://www.usedcarexpert.co.uk

    Saludos.

    PD:... he intentado traducirlo de forma automática pero he sido incapaz por temas de cookies y demás.... Intentaré traducirlo con la ayuda de un diccionario de mecánica inglés/español/inglés ( Haynes ) y ponerlo por aquí.

    PD2:
    Vaya.. al pegarlo si que salían las imágenes y el formato era legible... si alguien quiere le envío el documento tal cual ya que lo tengo descargado. No tengo ni idea de como anexar un archivo con el documento entero....

    y la última PD.... si no me logeo veo las imágenes y si me logeo veo la dirección de la página.. no me aclaro...

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    Page 1 of 6
    Introduction & Paperwork Checks

    How to spot a car that might be stolen or tampered with.

    'V5' Log book and 'VIN'
    Does the 'V5' log book look like the pictures below? Click on the images to enlarge them.
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    [​IMG]Sections: 1. Registered keeper 2. Previous keeper 3. Special notes 4. Vehicle details 5. Registered keeper 6. New keeper 7. Vehicle changes 8. Declaration 9. Trade sale 10. New keeper supplement 11. Export.Is the seller’s name and address the same as the name and address in the 'V5' log book? If not, ask why not, and decide if you trust the answer.Check everything on the log book is spelt correctly and there have been no alterations made to the document. If you are in doubt about whether a log book is genuine, call the DVLA helpline on 0870 241 1878.Does the vehicle identification number (VIN) plate on the car match the number on the V5? The VIN plate can be in several places (The car hand book should tell you where it is, but usually it is under the bonnet, on the windscreen or near the driver’s door or seat. Example pictures below).[​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]
    Service book
    • Has the service book been regularly stamped?
    • Do the stamps match the MOT and any receipts?
    • Are key service details listed? For example, cam belt changes - see model specific checks for the key service issues on this car.
    Data Check ('HPI check')
    Data (or HPI) checks tell you whether a car has any outstanding finance, been declared a write-off or been stolen. It is essential that you have your own check done, to ensure:
    • The car is not owed to a finance company
    • The car has not been written-off
    • The car is not stolen
    • The VIN number on the car matches the one the data check provides


    Page 2 of 6
    Evolutions of BMW 850 and 840 (1991 - 1999):

    YearChange or development1991850 and 840 launched in UK1993840 Ci (286 bhp) and 850 CSi (380 bhp) launched with uprated suspension. Revisions: airbag; 12-speaker audio system.1994All models have passenger airbag.1995840 Ci now has Servotronic power steering.1996840 Ci now has 4398cc 286 bhp engine.1997840 Ci Sport: M-Sport suspension, front spoiler, sports seats.
    Bodywork Checks

    Standard checks to make on all cars:

    Is bodywork free from dents, scratches or other marks? Squat down on your haunches and look along the sides of the car to check for dents. Ripples, small craters or swirly scratches in the paintwork indicate it has been given a quick top coat re-spray. Pull back rubber seals and lift door handles right up. Are the colours the same (but less faded)? If the colour under the rubber looks older than the rest or if there is a build up of paint where there has been an overspray it has been repaired. This tells you the car has been involved in some kind of accident, but it may be minor. You only need to worry if it looks like the car may have been in a major accident (see other checks below). Do both bumpers and all the car’s panel colours match? Are all the gaps between panels (known as shut lines) consistent and evenly spaced? Any big gaps may mean the car has had a poor quality repair after a fairly major accident.Look at the number plates and the reflective mirrors in the back of headlights. Do they all match? If one headlight is darker than the other or the number plates don’t match, it may have been in an accident Open the boot and bonnet. Does all the metal look the same colour? Different colours tell you there have been major bodywork repairs. Is the windscreen free from major cracks or chips?Are all the locks the same? If not, ask why not. Changed locks can mean the car was stolen or broken into.Paint Work. Never see cars in the rain or twilight as either condition makes it harder to sport defects.If paintwork has white marks that rub off with a light rub, it is probably old polish that hasn’t been removed. Whilst it looks bad, it is a good sign; the car will usually clean up well. Is there any rust on the car? Look at all the bodywork, along the sills, under the bonnet and in the boot. Significant rust is to be avoided.[​IMG]This picture shows a sill being squeezed to ensure it is solid and not rusting.
    Squeezing the sill all the way from the front to the back will confirm whether the sill is suffering from corrosion.
    Specific Bodywork Checks for BMW 850 and 840 (1991 - 1999):

    AreaWhat to look forWhat it meansWhat to doCorrosionInspect the car carefully for corrosion. The earlier cars are beginning to show minor signs of rust.The rust needs to be cut out and the bodywork made good.Negotiate a £100 discount per spot of rust.


    Page 3 of 6
    Engine Checks

    Standard checks to make on all cars:

    Is the exhaust smoke-free on start-up? A small amount of white smoke on cold or damp days is fine. Any blue smoke or excessive smoke means there is problem with the engine.Is the exhaust completely smoke-free once the engine is fully warmed up? If not, there is a problem with the engine.Is there plenty of clean oil? If the oil is black rather than golden brown it needs to be changed and suggests the car has not been recently serviced. [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]
    A dipstick is pulled out to check the oil. Oil should be golden-brown & over half full. ​



    [​IMG]A main oil cap is unscrewed from the top of an engine. This cap looks as it should, with just oil on the inside and no white creamy residues. Is there plenty of water and anti-freeze in the radiator reservoir? Anti-freeze stops the engine freezing and rusting.Are there any signs of any leaks? Leaks must be identified and repaired quickly to prevent further engine damage. [​IMG]
    A radiator in good condition (all the fins are clean, strong and complete). The fat top rubber hose should feel bouncy. If it is very soft and floppy or rock solid when the engine is running then the head gasket may be failing. NB Use heat-protective gloves.​






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    Radiator is by the yellow dot on the right and the reservoir, by the left dot. ​






    Do all the belts and hoses look strong and free from frays, cracks or tears? If not they may be close to failure which can have serious knock-on effects. Where the model-speciifc checks recommend checking spark plugs, they will look similar to these:
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    Covered by leads.
    Lead pulled off.
    In socket.








    If the model-specific checks need you to look for brake fluid or steering fluid reservoirs, they will look like these:
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    Oil leaks, (where the oil is clinging to the underside of the car) will look like these:[​IMG][​IMG]Specific Engine Checks for BMW 850 and 840 (1991 - 1999):

    AreaWhat to look forWhat it meansWhat to doV8 enginesLeave the engine on and listen for the engine misfiring (rather than the revs being constant when on idle and the engine making a consistent noise, it splutters and spits). Drive the car to see if the running remains lumpy and poor.Poor running and misfiring, on earlier V8 engines in particular, can indicate that the Nikasil engine block is suffering bore wear. The engine will need rebuilding if that is the case with new pistons and a new block.Negotiate a £2,500 discount or have the repair completed.V12 enginesStart the engine from cold with the bonnet open. Listen for a ticking noise at the top of the engine.The ticking means the hydraulic lifters are in need of repair.Negotiate a £400 discount or have the repair completed.ExhaustsWhen the engine is cold listen for rattles from the exhaust.This is an early warning sign that the exhaust and catalytic converter are going to fail.Negotiate a £465 discount for each of the two 'cats' or have the repair completed. Total exhaust cost: £2,000.


    Page 4 of 6
    Interior Checks

    Standard checks to make on all cars:




    Do all the controls and electronics work? Check: heating controls (both hot and cold), radio, windscreen wipers, all windows and sunroof, central locking and alarm. Do all the lights (inside and out) work? Where the model-speciifc checks recommend checking engine management lights, they will look similar to these:
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    Engine Management
    Handbrake
    ABS
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    Oil
    Airbag
    Battery
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    Specific Interior Checks for BMW 850 and 840 (1991 - 1999):

    AreaWhat to look forWhat it meansWhat to doGearboxTest-drive the car and see if it accelerates smoothly or delays when you press the accelerator and then surges forward. The gear change will also feel clunky.The automatic clutch is slipping so the gearbox will need a rebuild.Negotiate £1550 price reduction or have the repair completed.DisplaysCheck that the digital displays work.If the display is breaking up or hard to read it needs replacing.Negotiate a £250 discount or have the repair completed.SteeringWhen driving on a good flat road, check that the car holds a straight line easily and doesn’t wander to the side of the road. Then turn the wheel from side to side to test how precise the steering is. It should be firm and decisive, not vague and woolly.If the car wanders or the steering is vague, the problem is usually the power assisted steering box.Negotiate a £1000 discount or have the repair completed.

    Page 5 of 6
    Specific Suspension Checks for BMW 850 and 840 (1991 - 1999):

    AreaWhat to look forWhat it meansWhat to doShock absorbersLook up inside the wheel arch at the suspension springs. Inspect the spring and leg for grease, wetness or oil weeping out.The shock absorbers or self-levelling dampers are leaking and need to be replaced.Negotiate a £500 discount per side or the repair completed.Ball jointsAs you drive the car over rough surfaces or bumps (e.g. speed bumps) listen for a knocking noise coming from the suspension.A knocking noise from the suspension usually indicates that a ball joint or bush needs replacing.Negotiate a £600 discount or have the repair completed.Brake pipesLook under the car for metal pipes that run almost the complete length of the vehicle. Check that there is no rust on these pipes.These are the brake pipes and need to be replaced if rusty.Negotiate a £300 discount or have the repair completed.

    Page 6 of 6
    Recall History of BMW 850 and 840 (1991 - 1999):

    DateModelRecall19 Mar 1999Built before: 30/11/1994Overloading may occur in the coolant circuit which encompasses the engine, radiator and heat exchanger. Should the heat exchanger be affected, hot water and steam may suddenly escape into the vehicle interior. This could seriously impair visibility through the windscreen. Injuries to the feet and lower legs may also result.
    Recommended Garages for BMW 850 and 840 (1991 - 1999):

    NamePhoneAddressWebsiteMunich Legends01825 740456Ashdown Garage Chelwood Gate East Sussex View James Paul01403 823 723Guildford Road Bucks Green -
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    Vaya.. al pegarlo si que salían las imágenes y el formato era legible... si alguien quiere le envío el documento tal cual ya que lo tengo descargado

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    PD: No tengo ni idea de como anexar un archivo con el documento entero....
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    Page 1 of 6
    Introduction & Paperwork Checks

    How to spot a car that might be stolen or tampered with.
    'V5' Log book and 'VIN'
    Does the 'V5' log book look like the pictures below? Click on the images to enlarge them.




    Sections: 1. Registered keeper 2. Previous keeper 3. Special notes 4. Vehicle details 5. Registered keeper 6. New keeper 7. Vehicle changes 8. Declaration 9. Trade sale 10. New keeper supplement 11. Export.

    Is the seller’s name and address the same as the name and address in the 'V5' log book? If not, ask why not, and decide if you trust the answer.
    Check everything on the log book is spelt correctly and there have been no alterations made to the document. If you are in doubt about whether a log book is genuine, call the DVLA helpline on 0870 241 1878.
    Does the vehicle identification number (VIN) plate on the car match the number on the V5? The VIN plate can be in several places (The car hand book should tell you where it is, but usually it is under the bonnet, on the windscreen or near the driver’s door or seat. Example pictures below).




    Service book
    • Has the service book been regularly stamped?
    • Do the stamps match the MOT and any receipts?
    • Are key service details listed? For example, cam belt changes - see model specific checks for the key service issues on this car.
    Data Check ('HPI check')
    Data (or HPI) checks tell you whether a car has any outstanding finance, been declared a write-off or been stolen. It is essential that you have your own check done, to ensure:
    • The car is not owed to a finance company
    • The car has not been written-off
    • The car is not stolen
    • The VIN number on the car matches the one the data check provides
    We have reviewed and recommend the best datachecks. We also provide money-off vouchers. Click here for your voucher.


    Page 2 of 6
    Evolutions of BMW 850 and 840 (1991 - 1999):
    Year
    Change or development
    1991
    850 and 840 launched in UK
    1993
    840 Ci (286 bhp) and 850 CSi (380 bhp) launched with uprated suspension. Revisions: airbag; 12-speaker audio system.
    1994
    All models have passenger airbag.
    1995
    840 Ci now has Servotronic power steering.
    1996
    840 Ci now has 4398cc 286 bhp engine.
    1997
    840 Ci Sport: M-Sport suspension, front spoiler, sports seats.

    Bodywork Checks

    Standard checks to make on all cars:
    Is bodywork free from dents, scratches or other marks? Squat down on your haunches and look along the sides of the car to check for dents. Ripples, small craters or swirly scratches in the paintwork indicate it has been given a quick top coat re-spray.
    Pull back rubber seals and lift door handles right up. Are the colours the same (but less faded)? If the colour under the rubber looks older than the rest or if there is a build up of paint where there has been an overspray it has been repaired. This tells you the car has been involved in some kind of accident, but it may be minor. You only need to worry if it looks like the car may have been in a major accident (see other checks below).
    Do both bumpers and all the car’s panel colours match? Are all the gaps between panels (known as shut lines) consistent and evenly spaced? Any big gaps may mean the car has had a poor quality repair after a fairly major accident.
    Look at the number plates and the reflective mirrors in the back of headlights. Do they all match? If one headlight is darker than the other or the number plates don’t match, it may have been in an accident
    Open the boot and bonnet. Does all the metal look the same colour? Different colours tell you there have been major bodywork repairs.
    Is the windscreen free from major cracks or chips?
    Are all the locks the same? If not, ask why not. Changed locks can mean the car was stolen or broken into.
    Paint Work. Never see cars in the rain or twilight as either condition makes it harder to sport defects.
    If paintwork has white marks that rub off with a light rub, it is probably old polish that hasn’t been removed. Whilst it looks bad, it is a good sign; the car will usually clean up well.
    Is there any rust on the car? Look at all the bodywork, along the sills, under the bonnet and in the boot. Significant rust is to be avoided.

    This picture shows a sill being squeezed to ensure it is solid and not rusting.
    Squeezing the sill all the way from the front to the back will confirm whether the sill is suffering from corrosion.


    Specific Bodywork Checks for BMW 850 and 840 (1991 - 1999):
    Area
    What to look for
    What it means
    What to do
    Corrosion
    Inspect the car carefully for corrosion. The earlier cars are beginning to show minor signs of rust.
    The rust needs to be cut out and the bodywork made good.
    Negotiate a £100 discount per spot of rust.


    Page 3 of 6
    Engine Checks

    Standard checks to make on all cars:
    Is the exhaust smoke-free on start-up? A small amount of white smoke on cold or damp days is fine. Any blue smoke or excessive smoke means there is problem with the engine.
    Is the exhaust completely smoke-free once the engine is fully warmed up? If not, there is a problem with the engine.
    Is there plenty of clean oil? If the oil is black rather than golden brown it needs to be changed and suggests the car has not been recently serviced.



    A dipstick is pulled out to check the oil. Oil should be golden-brown & over half full.


    A main oil cap is unscrewed from the top of an engine. This cap looks as it should, with just oil on the inside and no white creamy residues.

    Is there plenty of water and anti-freeze in the radiator reservoir? Anti-freeze stops the engine freezing and rusting.
    Are there any signs of any leaks? Leaks must be identified and repaired quickly to prevent further engine damage.

    A radiator in good condition (all the fins are clean, strong and complete). The fat top rubber hose should feel bouncy. If it is very soft and floppy or rock solid when the engine is running then the head gasket may be failing. NB Use heat-protective gloves.


    Radiator is by the yellow dot on the right and the reservoir, by the left dot.

    Do all the belts and hoses look strong and free from frays, cracks or tears? If not they may be close to failure which can have serious knock-on effects.
    Where the model-speciifc checks recommend checking spark plugs, they will look similar to these:
    Covered by leads.
    Lead pulled off.
    In socket.

    If the model-specific checks need you to look for brake fluid or steering fluid reservoirs, they will look like these:

    Oil leaks, (where the oil is clinging to the underside of the car) will look like these:




    Specific Engine Checks for BMW 850 and 840 (1991 - 1999):
    Area
    What to look for
    What it means
    What to do
    V8 engines
    Leave the engine on and listen for the engine misfiring (rather than the revs being constant when on idle and the engine making a consistent noise, it splutters and spits). Drive the car to see if the running remains lumpy and poor.
    Poor running and misfiring, on earlier V8 engines in particular, can indicate that the Nikasil engine block is suffering bore wear. The engine will need rebuilding if that is the case with new pistons and a new block.
    Negotiate a £2,500 discount or have the repair completed.
    V12 engines
    Start the engine from cold with the bonnet open. Listen for a ticking noise at the top of the engine.
    The ticking means the hydraulic lifters are in need of repair.
    Negotiate a £400 discount or have the repair completed.
    Exhausts
    When the engine is cold listen for rattles from the exhaust.
    This is an early warning sign that the exhaust and catalytic converter are going to fail.
    Negotiate a £465 discount for each of the two 'cats' or have the repair completed. Total exhaust cost: £2,000.


    Page 4 of 6
    Interior Checks

    Standard checks to make on all cars:
    Do all the controls and electronics work? Check: heating controls (both hot and cold), radio, windscreen wipers, all windows and sunroof, central locking and alarm.
    Do all the lights (inside and out) work?
    Where the model-speciifc checks recommend checking engine management lights, they will look similar to these:
    Engine Management
    Handbrake
    ABS

    Oil
    Airbag
    Battery


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    Specific Interior Checks for BMW 850 and 840 (1991 - 1999):
    Area
    What to look for
    What it means
    What to do
    Gearbox
    Test-drive the car and see if it accelerates smoothly or delays when you press the accelerator and then surges forward. The gear change will also feel clunky.
    The automatic clutch is slipping so the gearbox will need a rebuild.
    Negotiate £1550 price reduction or have the repair completed.
    Displays
    Check that the digital displays work.
    If the display is breaking up or hard to read it needs replacing.
    Negotiate a £250 discount or have the repair completed.
    Steering
    When driving on a good flat road, check that the car holds a straight line easily and doesn’t wander to the side of the road. Then turn the wheel from side to side to test how precise the steering is. It should be firm and decisive, not vague and woolly.
    If the car wanders or the steering is vague, the problem is usually the power assisted steering box.
    Negotiate a £1000 discount or have the repair completed.

    Page 5 of 6
    Specific Suspension Checks for BMW 850 and 840 (1991 - 1999):
    Area
    What to look for
    What it means
    What to do
    Shock absorbers
    Look up inside the wheel arch at the suspension springs. Inspect the spring and leg for grease, wetness or oil weeping out.
    The shock absorbers or self-levelling dampers are leaking and need to be replaced.
    Negotiate a £500 discount per side or the repair completed.
    Ball joints
    As you drive the car over rough surfaces or bumps (e.g. speed bumps) listen for a knocking noise coming from the suspension.
    A knocking noise from the suspension usually indicates that a ball joint or bush needs replacing.
    Negotiate a £600 discount or have the repair completed.
    Brake pipes
    Look under the car for metal pipes that run almost the complete length of the vehicle. Check that there is no rust on these pipes.
    These are the brake pipes and need to be replaced if rusty.
    Negotiate a £300 discount or have the repair completed.

    Page 6 of 6
    Recall History of BMW 850 and 840 (1991 - 1999):
    Date
    Model
    Recall
    19 Mar 1999
    Built before: 30/11/1994
    Overloading may occur in the coolant circuit which encompasses the engine, radiator and heat exchanger. Should the heat exchanger be affected, hot water and steam may suddenly escape into the vehicle interior. This could seriously impair visibility through the windscreen. Injuries to the feet and lower legs may also result.

    Recommended Garages for BMW 850 and 840 (1991 - 1999):
    Name
    Phone
    Address
    Website
    Munich Legends
    01825 740456
    Ashdown Garage Chelwood Gate East Sussex
    View
    James Paul
    01403 823 723
    Guildford Road Bucks Green
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  4. David.FCB

    David.FCB Guest

    algun poliglota en la sala?

    es que si lo copiamos al google la traduccion literal es espantosa.
  5. Juan 850ci

    Juan 850ci Guest

    :eek::eek:...un traductor .,..please
  6. Blue Baron

    Blue Baron Guest

    Mi tiempo es mi mayor enemigo, lo podría traducir, pero tengo pendiente otra traducción sobre el mismo tema. A ver si saco tiempo de donde no lo hay y lo voy haciendo. Tened un poquito de paciencia.:wink:
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    ¿Está iguales que el nombre y la dirección del vendedor el nombre y la dirección en el diarios de operación “V5”? Si no, preguntar porqué no, y decidir si confías en la respuesta. El cheque todo en el diarios de operación se deletrea correctamente y no ha habido alteraciones hechas al documento. ¿Si eres en duda alrededor si un diarios de operación es genuino, llamar el helpline de DVLA en 0870 241 1878.Does la placa del número de identificación del vehículo (VIN) en el fósforo del coche el número en el V5? La placa de VIN puede estar en varios lugares (el libro de la mano del coche debe decirte que donde está, pero está debajo del capo, en el parabrisas o acerca a la puerta del conductor o la asienta generalmente. Cuadros del ejemplo abajo). Mantener el libro ¿El libro del servicio se ha estampado regularmente? ¿Las estampillas emparejan el MOT y recibos? ¿Se enumeran los detalles dominantes del servicio? Por ejemplo, la correa de la leva cambia - ver las comprobaciones para específicas modelo las ediciones dominantes del servicio en este coche. Cheque de datos (“cheque de HPI”) Los cheques de los datos (o HPI) te dicen si un coche tenga cualesquiera finanzas excepcionales, declarado una amortización o robado. Es esencial que haces tu propio cheque hacer, asegurarse: El coche no se debe a una compañía de finanzas El coche no se ha escrito-apagado El coche no se roba El número de VIN en el coche empareja el que el cheque de datos proporciona Página siguiente” Página 2 de 6 Evoluciones de BMW 850 y 840 (1991 - 1999): YearChange o development1991850 y 840 lanzaron en ci UK1993840 (286 bhp) y 850 CSi (380 bhp) lanzado con la suspensión reforzada. Revisiones: bolsa de aire; 12 modelos audio del altavoz system.1994All tienen pasajero que el ci de airbag.1995840 ahora tiene ci de la energía steering.1996840 de Servotronic ahora tiene deporte del ci de 4398cc 286 bhp engine.1997840: La suspensión del M-Deporte, interceptor aerodinámico delantero, se divierte asientos. Cheques de la carrocería Cheques del estándar a hacer en todos los coches: ¿Está la carrocería libre de abolladuras, de rasguños o de otras marcas? Ponerte en cuclillas abajo en tus haunches y mirar a lo largo de los lados del coche para comprobar para saber si hay abolladuras. La ondulación, cráteres pequeños o swirly los rasguños en el paintwork indica que se ha dado un re-aerosol superior rápido de la capa. Tirar de ascendente derecho de goma de los sellos y de las manijas de la puerta de la elevación. ¿Están los colores iguales (pero descolorado menos)? Si el color debajo del caucho parece más viejo que el resto o si hay una acumulación de la pintura donde ha habido un rociado (con pulverizador) se ha reparado. Esto te dice que el coche haya estado implicado en una cierta clase de accidente, pero puede ser de menor importancia. Necesitas solamente preocuparse si parece el coche pudo haber estado en un accidente importante (véase otros cheques abajo). ¿Ambos colores del panel de los topes y de todo el coche emparejan? ¿Todos los boquetes entre los paneles (conocidos como líneas cerradas) constantes y se espacian uniformemente? Cualquier boquete grande puede significar que el coche ha tenido una reparación de la mal calidad después de un accidente bastante importante. Mirar las matrículas y los espejos reflexivos en la parte posteriora de linternas. ¿Todo el fósforo? Si una linterna es más oscura que la otra o las matrículas no empareja, pudo haber estado en un accidente abre el cargador y el capo. ¿Todo el metal mira el mismo color? Diversos colores te dicen que haya habido reparaciones importantes de la carrocería. ¿Está el parabrisas libre de las grietas o de las virutas importantes? ¿Están todas las cerraduras iguales? Si no, preguntar porqué no. Las cerraduras cambiantes pueden significar que el coche fue robado o que roto en. Pintar el trabajo. Nunca ver los coches en la lluvia o el crepúsculo como cualquier condición hace más duro divertirse defectos. Si el paintwork tiene marcas blancas que froten apagado con una frotación ligera, es probablemente el viejo pulimento que no se ha quitado. Mientras que parece malo, es una buena muestra; el coche limpiará generalmente para arriba bien. ¿Hay moho en el coche? Mirar toda la carrocería, a lo largo de los travesaños, debajo del capo y en el cargador. El moho significativo debe ser evitado. Este cuadro demuestra que un travesaño que es exprimido para asegurarlo es sólido y que no aherrumbra. Exprimir el travesaño hasta el final del frente a la parte posteriora confirmará si el travesaño está sufriendo de la corrosión. Comprobaciones para específicas de la carrocería BMW 850 y 840 (1991 - 1999): AreaWhat para mirar el forWhat él meansWhat al doCorrosionInspect el coche cuidadosamente para la corrosión. Los coches anteriores están comenzando a demostrar muestras de menor importancia del moho. El moho necesita ser cortado y la carrocería hecha buena. Negociar un descuento £100 por el punto del moho. “Página siguiente de la página anterior” Página 3 de 6 Cheques del motor Cheques del estándar a hacer en todos los coches: ¿Es el extractor humo-libre en start-up? Una cantidad pequeña de humo blanco en días fríos o húmedos está muy bien. Cualquier humo azul o medio excesivo del humo allí es problema con el motor. ¿Es el extractor totalmente humo-libre una vez que el motor se caliente completamente? Si no, hay un problema con el motor. ¿Hay un montón de aceite limpio? Si el aceite es marrón negro más bien que de oro que necesita ser cambiado y sugiere que el coche no se haya mantenido recientemente. Una varilla de nivbl se saca para comprobar el aceite. El aceite debe ser medio lleno de oro-marrón y excesivo. Un casquillo principal del aceite está desatornillado de la tapa de un motor. Este casquillo mira como debe, con aceite justo en residuos cremosos interiores y los ningunos blancos. ¿Hay un montón de agua y de anticongelante en el depósito del radiador? El anticongelante para el motor que congela y que aherrumbra. ¿Hay muestras de escapes? Los escapes se deben identificar y repa ired quickly to prevent further engine damage.
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    jm_garciaperez En Practicas

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    De todos modos me parece una información valiosísima! :wink:
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    Rafael Dantés Como un aficionado (pero sin el como) Staff BMW FAQ Coordinador Miembro del Club

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    Sí, hay que limpiarlo, quitar paja, corregir malas traducciones, ordenarlo y darle sentido, a ver VOLUNTARIOS POR FAVOR !!!!!!
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    dudu850 Forista

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    Pues de estos tengo unos cuantos documentos... algunos extraidos de la web y otros de los grupos de noticias ( news ).

    En cristiano poco hay... y la traducción que hace google es para pegarse un tiro, mas que nada porque no traduce bien los terminos de mecánica y se hace un lío.

    A ver si encuentro un poco de tiempo y os lo voy pasando ya traducidos.

    Saludos.
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    Gracias "rha 305".
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    un invitado a arroces...:notworthy::notworthy:

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