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335i Vanos solenoid HELP

Discussion in 'E90/E91/E92/E93 (2006-2011)' started by tsrichmond, Nov 3, 2014.

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    tsrichmond

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    To any member in Austin/Round Rock area; would someone be willing to assist me in changing out the Vanos solenoids.
    I am throwing currently the exhaust code.
    I am not very mechanical in nature, but more than willing to learn.
    As the DIY videos shows, it is very easy, but I am not comfortable attempting it on my own.
    Let me know ASAP

    Thanks

    Steve
    Cell 512 202-1447
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    MGarrison

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    Hi Steve - you might have better luck getting in touch with someone local via your chapter website/social media - it's possible someone here is in your area, but starting locally is much more likely -

    https://www.facebook.com/groups/tejaschapter

    http://www.tejaschapter.org/officers.html

    Your chapter officers might be know someone in your area who could be of help - I got an error from the Tejas chapter website link for their message boards, you can see if you get the same.

    I've never tackled your project so I don't know how involved it is - besides info you find on the 'net, if you're going to be tackling some of your own maintenance, I've found Bentley manuals to be well worth the price.

    http://www.bentleypublishers.com/bmw/
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    charlson89

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    It's very easy to replace these solenoids and would be a great starter repair for some one.
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    seccsc

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    Pull them both, clean them, switch their postions. Exhaust solenoid goes in the intake and vice versa. This will worked for me for almost a year. Cheers.

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