Question about 1998 BMW 318i Automatic
What does p0600 mean
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2002 BMW 318 ti
Might need to read owners manual and see if these two circuits are on the same fuse, then see what you need to do about resetting alarm. Then report back what you came up
Posted on May 14, 2008
you may want to check the engine's timing. You may want to check also the spark plugs as it may tell you if you are advanced or not. A black tip spark plug would tell you that the timing is late while a little white is advanced. You need is a light brown color. If there is no problem on the timing you may want to check on the fast idle control valve and pcv if it needs a little cleaning.
Posted on Jun 15, 2009
check your hoses see if when runnig they close up,if not loo for vents for letting are out of the system if ther is a air pocket inyour coolant system it willcause the engine to overheat make sure to run the heat when refilling coolant system. if this fails to solve your problem look for a gurgling sound coming from the rad or over flow tank look for this when engine is cold and runnig if you do hear this then you might have a blown head gasket.you can buy a blown headgasket detection kit from your local auto parts store if you do hear or see this symtom.
Posted on Nov 10, 2009
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