Question about 2002 BMW 3 Series
If you got bad fuel it probably didn't have anything to do with weather conditions. the seal where the fuel nozzle goes into the fuel filler neck is pretty tight. i looked up the wiring diagrams for a 325i and i see that there are two fuses you might look at if you suspect you are having a fuel delivery problem. both are in the e-box under the hood, one serves the fuel injectors and the other the fuel pump relay. they are fuse 3 and fuse 5. if one of them is blown your car will not operate properly. replacing them might make it go again, but there is probably a reason it blew so i would not consider it a good fix or a reliable vehicle till you figure out why it blew. if they are both good you might check out the fuel filter. hope that helps
Posted on Jun 04, 2009
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