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Cold engine Engine is 325i, year 1988. When starting engine from cold it fires first time. Problem is that when driving it kicks as if it has no petrol in car. When driving hard it gets a lot more jerky. When engine worms up it drives smooth with no jerkiness at all. It also happens straight after a full service. Im wondering if it's injectors or other fuel problems. Thanks TAS.

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And how do you check those two things?

Posted on Oct 19, 2008

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This is a classic fuel distribution distributor issue, clean the throttle plate, you may also have to adjust the fuel trim.

Posted on Oct 18, 2008

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