Question about 2006 BMW 545i
Install ccc control by myself
I would talk with BMW first on this as some shops will have nothing to do with items that they do not sell. so you may buy something that nobody wants to know about. If you have speed shops in your area that have lap top computers and vehicle programs then they may program the unit for you. I suggest you ask a lot before you go out and buy and know who will do the job for and at what price.
Posted on May 11, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I would recommend taking the vehicle to an accredited brake and clutch shop and have the pads and discs checked for thickness and condition . They will also have the correct brake fluid for the vehicle .. I would expect that you will need new pads and the discs will need machining to get the best out of the brake job. Discuss this with the service mechanic.
Posted on Apr 21, 2014
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