20 Most Recent 2000 BMW 323i Questions & Answers


Your starter motor could be stuck .

2000 BMW 323i | Answered on Nov 06, 2018


For your make and model that is a way fair price. BMW seems to be a little more labor intensive them some other vehicles. But those recommended repairs are well worth it and help the longevity on your vehicle.

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2000 BMW 323i | Answered on May 08, 2017


amplifier is in the radio. Need to replace it.

2000 BMW 323i | Answered on May 03, 2017


More than likely coils, pretty common on these

2000 BMW 323i | Answered on Apr 28, 2017


If you are referring to the cooling fan, first check 5A FUSE 16 and 30A FUSE 41 in the front power distribution box. If the fuses are OK, the temperature switch, the pressure switch, the speed relay(s) or the auxiliary fan motor(s) could be at fault.

2000 BMW 323i | Answered on Jul 01, 2016


first read any codes and record info, seems trans is in limp mode, try disconnecting battery to reset computer. if it reoccurs follow up on codes read prior to battery reset and after.

2000 BMW 323i | Answered on Apr 17, 2016


I rencently had the same problem. Lasted a week or two before it threw a code. Ended up just being a camshaft position sensor. Replaced sensor, now it runs like new. Just be careful with the crankcase breather hose, it's very brittle!

2000 BMW 323i | Answered on Mar 25, 2016


there is over 100 answers for the codes so it will ,be best if you get a workshop manual and get them all at once

2000 BMW 323i | Answered on Feb 13, 2016


Hi Andrew:
Some brake systems have a double piston on the master cylinder. This is a safety feature that prevents total failure in the event that a component stops working.
I would recommend that you take it to a certified brake repair shop. Brake maintenance can be tricky, and if not done correctly can lead to nasty unwanted situations where your vehicle won't stop when you want it to.

2000 BMW 323i | Answered on Dec 02, 2015


Automatic tranny? Check the neutral safety switch that only allows you to turn engine on when car is in neutral. If that switch/relay is malfunctioning it could turn off the ignition when you put gearshift into gear.

2000 BMW 323i | Answered on Oct 13, 2015


Bare minimum:

a fan belt to the compressor,
a functioning clutch circuit and fuse,
a sealed system (no leaks) and
sufficient refrigerant charge to satisfy the pressure switch in the system.

Add the proper refrigerant to the low or suction side of the compressor with the engine running and A/C set to on. The compressor clutch will only engage after you have provided a specific minimal amount of refrigerant - but then will not do any real cooling until the amount of refrigerant for the system approaches the amount on the sticker that details the capacity of the system.

If you get cool air, you're off to a good start. If cooling drops or stops over the next day - you have a HUGE leak. If it takes a couple weeks to stop, you have a good size leak. If it lasts a season, you have a small leak. Ideally, the system should be sealed completely. You may also want to replace the accumulator filter/dryer if the system has been at atmosphere (no charge) for any real amount of time.

Be VERY careful with refrigerants. Skin exposed to the liquid or gas can be frozen instantly. It can also cause blindness if the eye is exposed to it, too. Nasty stuff. You've been warned.

2000 BMW 323i | Answered on Jul 25, 2015


All BMW's have spare fuses near or in the fuse box, so they are not in any circuit, only the ones in a row or two are actively protecting from shorts. If you are having a problem with a specific circuit all BMW's have fuse chart in cover of fuse boxes, whether under dash or in trunk area, so if you have a short, check the fuse for that circuit. There are too many fuses to guess at.
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2000 BMW 323i | Answered on Apr 21, 2015


Replace the serpentine belt

2000 BMW 323i | Answered on Feb 05, 2015


have a coolant system pressure test done and look for leaks at the welsh plugs, water pump hole under water pump, heater core inside

2000 BMW 323i | Answered on Feb 05, 2015


All BNW's have remote key openers built into key, so what doesn't work, the manual lock, or the remote key, or both. When you say you don't have keyless entry, on a BMW the remote is the key.
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2000 BMW 323i | Answered on Feb 02, 2015


See if fan comes on when A/C running.Likely engine coolant temperature switch or fan relay circuitry faulty.

2000 BMW 323i | Answered on Oct 22, 2014


camshaft position sensor "B" circuit bank 1

2000 BMW 323i | Answered on Aug 19, 2014

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