Hi my name is adam. By what you are describing to me is that your new 2008 BMW won;t start. Correct? My suggestion is to take it back to the dealer and have them look at it. It's only one year old. It should not be doing that.
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Ok! Both codes have to do with the Crankshaft position sensor. The P0335 means that you should replace the sensor, the 2a94 tells the pcm what code to display for the problem. Here is somthing you can do to make sure the sensor is really bad: If you unplug (or lose power to) your PROcede while the car is running. Or tried starting it while it wasn't plugged in fully, you will throw that code. Just clear it and see if it comes back. If it reoccurs while the car is driving, then you might have a bad Crankshaft position sensor.
If the fuel system is dumping too much fuel into the cylinders, the check engine light should be on and you should be able to get trouble codes from the computer. The codes would point you in the direction of the problem. Is the light on ?
p1350 trouble code is a misfire code during start on cyclinder 5. this problem could be computer problem or an engine problem. cylinder codes aren't easy d-i-y jobs so the best solution i can think of is taking to to a bmw certified mechanic