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My bmw x1 2010 model indicated a ccid29 error. after that the car performed better than ever i then drove for 160 miles and specialists ran a scan and said the valvetronics were sticky.

I checked the operation of the electric motor ; cam movements etc reassembled and start and goes well but light remain on. how do i rest this light.

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Hey Jank. Did you have the valvetronic actuator limits taught in after reinstalling it? It may be in a fixed position if it was not adapted.

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Testimonial: "I have no idea of how to set the valvetronic limits. I thought this is automatically dome by the computer. I drive the car with the orange light remaining on - the car continues to perform well. the light is irritating me."

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SOURCE: BMW 328 i 1997: Start up problems / Stuttering / Engine Light

change the pcv valve its under the intake manifold

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sound like transmission slipping .fuel filter clogged.turbo stop woking.dirty fuel injectors.

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I've had similar problems with my cars, and everytime it was a bad ground or power wire, or corrosion on the terminals. Get a wire brush and clean both battery connecters..even a little corrosion can cause a no power situation. If you have a test light, connect the ground of the test light to the negative cable of the battery and touch light to the positive cable...if the test light doesn't light up, then you have a break or lose connection in your ground wire. Trace the battery ground to the engine block and clean that also...the smallest thing can interupt power...hope this helps..

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SOURCE: Ive just drove 20 miles in a 2006 1.1 Mitsubishi

May be one ' OF " ensure service (oil/filter) is not due !! Did yoy check oil/coolant levels ??

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SOURCE: BMW 325xi; 160k; check engine light on-->next day, wont start!

The check engine light is a warning to let you know something needs your attention to be repaired I would try getting a jump. Could be a bad battery. Lets get the battery charged and tested. Cold weather will stop your car from starting if you have a weak battery. You dont need to tow the car just take the battery to Autozone or Walmart to be charged and tested for cca...cold cranking amps

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