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My e30 bmw 323i doesn't spark can it be the starter rotation is slow ?? Or module cause I replace the new module and it was firing and left it for 3 days and started it, it wasn't firing .problem plz?

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    raj somaiya Apr 10, 2015

    There are many possibilities that can cause such problems. For step by step troubleshooting click the link below
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SOURCE: 1989 delta 88,wont spark

check the fuses in the fuse panel located in the engine compartment near the battery.... that vehicle may have fusible links as well

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SOURCE: BMW e30 tierod replacment

This job is normally done in a shop however it can be done in the driveway as well but not as easily.

I assume you are replacing all four rod ends.

Before removing the tie rod assemblies, First loosen the adjusting nuts on the sleeves that lock the assembly adjustment length. Free up but do not change the adjustment of the sleeves.

The tie rods have a tapered portion that goes into the track rod and the wheel steering knuckle that need to be split apart after removing the retaining nut. This splitting can be done with a puller made for the job or something called a crows foot which is a wedge shaped fork that you hammer on to split the tie rod end taper from the track rod or knuckle. These tools can be rented. The fork is about $12

Once you have the tie rod assemblies off and on the bench, carefully measure the total length of the tie rod assemblies. Screw out the tie rod ends counting the turns and screw in the new ends the same number of turns. You will see that one of the ends is right hand thread and the other a left hand thread. Install the assemblies back on the car, first making sure the tapered area of all parts are very clean. Pull the nuts up to at least 30 foot pounds of torque ( 1 foot wrench pulled to thirty pounds force) or best to the manufacturers specification. Now measure the total length of the tie rods. and make them the same length as those you took off. If there is a difference in the lengths, split the difference in the numbers and make the lengths exactly equal. Lock up the adjusting sleeve nuts. Make sure the tie rods are locked in a position that they are free to swivel their full rotational potential. You are now finished except for alignment. Take the car immediately to an alignment shop and get at least the toe in set. This is what changes when doing this job. You must get this done or you will wipe out your front tires very quickly.

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Posted on Feb 09, 2009

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SOURCE: 2000 DODGE STRATUS 2.5 V6

There may be a ground wire that you forgot to put back or a power wire that give power to the coils. Re-check all electrical wiring and make sure they are all connected. Good luck and thanks for using FIX YA

Posted on Mar 21, 2009

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SOURCE: NO SPARK

HAVE YOU CHECKED YOUR TIMING BELT? IT MAY HAVE BROKEN. OPEN THE OIL FILL CAP AND LOOK TO SEE IF THE CAM IS MOVING WHILE AN ASSISTANT IS CRANKING THE ENGINE!!! IF NO TURNING OF THE CAM HAPPENS THEN YOU HAVE A TIMING BELT FAILURE!!!!! WE HOPE THIS HELPS YOU FIND THE PROBLEM

Posted on May 04, 2009

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SOURCE: BMW 323i Fan Belt

u find the tensional roller n remove the cap. inside it has the nut commonly 16mm. rotate the nut clockwise and u ll see the belt wold be untension.
hold the nut n remove the belt.tq

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