Question about 2005 BMW 745Li Automatic
P1351 just means there is a misfire. Was there a note next to the code stating which cylinder(s)? I would start by replacing the spark plugs, there could just be a fouled plug. If that doesn't help, pull the ignition coils and boots and see if there is oil in any of the spark plug tubes/boots. If there is, you need to replace the valve cover gasket.
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Conditions for Setting P1351:
The voltage on the ignition control circuit exceeds 4.9 volts, and the engine speed is less than 250 RPM.
Most likely its a bad Ignition Control Module.
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