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1999 BMW 528I CHECK ENGINE LIGHT IS ON AND CAR SPUTTERS ?

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SOURCE: 1999 bmw 528 won't start

yeh go back to Kragen and say are you taking the ****, reset button who told you that. it must be next to the kerfuffle valve. and operated by the **** behind the peddle. or the nut behind the wheel. how to start a car lesson one. heavy duty Power to the starter, and a good chassis earth generally through the engine block. a good charge in the battery. and a switched live to the low tension circuit on the solenoid of the starter motor via ignition switch/key. if all those are fine it should work.......

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SOURCE: 1998 bmw 528i severe misfire

If you've never replaced the timing belt or chain,That would be my first thing I'd check is the Timing belt or chai, just aline the timing marks on crankshaft and then look at the position on the distributor to see if it's pointed in the #1 firing position .

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Had the same problem on one.Ended up having to replace the intake cam sensor to cure problem.BMW recomends replacing both at the same time.

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coathanger job ,or put some jumper leads one to the chassis and the positive to the starter motor terminal feed ,something clicks here ??but my memory has faded a bit ,iam sure that somewhere on the rear of the vehicle is a connection for a power supply to work the locks to open the vehicle or evan charge the battery .Cant recall properly but i think i pulled a cover off a light or something then put a 12v supply to open the vehicle

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