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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
1) Check and make sure that the rubber intake pipe and vacuum hose are not leaking.
2) If the symptom persists, check and thoroughly clean the throttle with a good solvent.
3) Then, check if the fuel return valve is NOT leaking. (remove the hose and smell for gas odor) .If you smell gas, replace the valve in no time.
4) If you follow steps 1 to 3 and the problem lingers, try replacing the TPS. (Throttle Sensor)
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Posted on Feb 28, 2009
Both E36 and E46 models have oil filter under the hood, towards the front of the block. You will need a special socket to remove the oil filter cap and once it's out, can replace the filter. Make sure to replace the gasket on oil filter cap, it should come in oil filter kit you bought.
Posted on Jun 29, 2009
start the car.press turn signal button to change miles/temp to time.press it couple of times.now turn the knob[ right hand of one next to tach on instrument clusters]towards passenger window
if clock display is ----Turn the ignition key to the second position. You have two buttons on the instrument panel. Push the button on the left until it displays "TEST".Push the button on the right until it displays "2" Turn the key off, then on. You should have some time indicated on the display. Gently twist the button on the right clockwise or counter-clockwise to adjust the time. When the correct time is displayed push in that same button to set it. Turn the key on/off to check the time stays correct.
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Posted on Sep 12, 2009
I had the same problem with a 97 318ti, it kept blowing the pvc valves and purging all my coolent. After several misdiagnoses we discovered that it was a small fan that sits inside the motor. In my case the fan had to be replaced and permanently engaged. Its an easy fix but it cost me a radiator, some very expensive pvc, and a lot of pain in the ***.
Posted on Dec 30, 2009
Key batteries completely discharged. Key batteries not replaced within 60 seconds. Key added or replaced. DO NOT press remote control buttons during battery replacement.
Unlock vehicle. Enter vehicle. Close driver's door. Switch ignition ON and OFF. Remove ignition key. Press and hold unlock button Fig. 1 . Press lock button Fig. 1  briefly 3 times within 10 seconds keeping unlock button  depressed. Release unlock button Fig. 1 . Some models: LED Fig. 1  flashes slowly for 10 seconds. Some models: Central locking system locks and unlocks rapidly to indicate correct programming. Some models: Repeat above procedure if central locking system does not work and LED does not flash or LED flashes continuously
To change batteries remove panel back of key then screws on plastic bar
Batteries are available from your local motor factor shop
You might not need new batteries try re programing as described above
Posted on Apr 24, 2010
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