Question about 1984 BMW 3 Series
Check a couple things:
1. Verify that the dimmer switch for the dash lights isn't in the full dim position (it turns off the dash lights).
2. Check your fuse panel (in the engine compartment) for a blown fuse.
Posted on Jan 04, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You can't use a tool to pull codes from an '87 BMW 325(e). You have the 2.7 liter and your DME, or computer is a Motronic. If you had a 325i, then a tool could read the codes because the computer was upgraded that year to a Motronic 1.1 system with a round plug in under the screw cap on the driver's side under the hood. The only tool you can buy is the one for resetting the service interval light and resetting the oil change light. To answer your question about going about finding your driveability problem would be to get a BMW Bentley Manual. This manual shows you how to use a standard voltmeter to check everything from your computer plug in. Your computer is located above the glovebox.
Posted on Jun 05, 2009
YOU NEED TO REMOVE THE STRUT COMPLETELY USING COIL CLAMPS CLAMP THE SPRING AND REMOVE TOP PLATE UNDOO THE LARGE NUT ON THE STRUT ITSELF THEN PULL OUT THE INTERNAL SHOCK REPEAT THE PROCESS IN REVERSE FOR ASSEMBLEY
Posted on Sep 01, 2009
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