Question about 2007 BMW 650i Convertible
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Try taking the gas cap off, and put it back on securely. Then have the check engine light reset. Drive on it for about 50 miles, and if does come back on continue onto other emissions related problems that link to that code (exhaust manifold perhaps).
answering this question with a vague "probably sensor has gone bad" will just have you running around in circles like a decapitated chicken. Take your time, don't rush, and don't throw parts into your car thinking it will solve the problem...sometimes the smallest mistake can turn this like on.
Posted on Jan 21, 2010
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