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I would first have the engine checked for faults. If you have multiple faults stored for fuel injectors, camshaft control and cam sensors and possible crankshaft sensor, you might have a faulty IVM module. Check fuel pressure and voltage supply to the fuel pump. The fuel pump is controlled by the B pillar satellite sensor for the airbag on the passenger side.
Posted on Apr 18, 2018
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I had a similar problem, had it diagnoses and found out it was actually the thermostat not allowing the engine to reach normal operating temperature thus signaling the Cat to throw an emission code. It sounds far fetched but the diagnosis and fix was correct. I had the thermostat changes, fuel injection service, new spark plugs installed all for $350 and I have never seen that "Check Engine Light" again. Plus, my car drives like new with improved gas mileage.
Posted on Jan 23, 2010
In Your BMW is a electronic park brake and solution nr 1 (Kato tech) is using for manual park brake system! In to service users manual book described as the brake trigger for the ride. When you put the car on the diagnosis, find out where and what is wrong. Certainly do not look for error as there is a solution No.1
Posted on Dec 12, 2010
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