I definitely would pick one up but this is for a friends E30, maybe I'll force him into buying one. I'll try those tests tomorrow. Thanks again
Thanks, I didn't know about the solder breaks. I'll check into that. I'll also look into those Peake tools. And I would read section 3 if I had...
I tried it for both ways with no result. I was thinking the idle air control at first but I don't see how that would cause drivability problems....
That's what I thought too at first but there is definitely a light there and it definitely does say "check engine". Maybe I'll take a picture of...
The car is a '88 325is, I use the exact method specified for pulling codes on http://www.verrill.com/car/e30_faultcodes.shtml and nothing happens. It...
Sorry didn't see that in your original post. :o
Could be a loose belt maybe?
We completed a swap on my friends Miata this past summer and broke in the engine with no exhaust :cool:. Cops were called on us immediately but...
Even more fun to do
It connects to the intake manifold right behind the air filter
I have been getting a ton of blowby from my 1971 tii. The car has only a cone filter on it and not the usual big tii intake system. I've noticed that...
They definitely do, both the ones I have owned do the same thing. I just keep an eye on my oil level after driving the car a lot.
I second the vacuum leak diagnosis
And here I thought I had a real BMW for all these years since mine had ROUND headlights and taillights
Besides your 318ti gets to look (somewhat) like a roundie :D
Try changing the fluid, I recommend Redline MTL
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mzsit1k4nXc Looks like one to me :D
I've worked on a GM truck that had 90,000 miles on the same set of pads. They weren't even worn halfway through.
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