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Check the trunk to make sure the space saving unit is lowered to the down poosition as it will not work when it is up

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2000 BMW 323ci 2.5l 6cylinder manaul transmisson 1st gear wont stay in gear. pops out and grinds so i just avoid 1st gear and take off in 2nd. What is causeing 1st gear to do that?


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Where is the compressor located on a 2000 BMW 323ci


I am assuming you want the air conditioner compressor BMW part number 64 52 6 910 458 for a 200 E46 323ci. Open the hood and look at the front of the engine where the belts are. There are two ribbed v-belts coming off of the crank shaft pulley located in the center of the engine down low. The longer belt (6PK x 1538) drives everything else (water pump, alternator). The short belt (5PK x 863) goes to the air conditioner compressor on the passenger side of the engine.

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Location of cigeratlighter fuse on 2000 323ci bmw


Behind glove box there is a panel in back you can pull down to acess

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How often do i need oil change on a 2000 323i bmw?


Your car holds almost 8 quarts of oil and it doesn't need changing untill you drive 8,000 to 15,000 miles

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Convertible top won't go down on my 1998 bmw 323ic


Sounds like the sensor has faulted or the pump has become disengaged. Usually when the light is flashing it's a sensor. You can check for a pinched line or low fluid also. There is a manual lock overide procedure to get the windows up, it's in you owners manual.
Good luck...i hope this helps,

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Will an M3 e46 clutch fit my 2000 323ci bemmer


yes it will fit i have done it , if you wont to be sure get the diameter of the friction part and go to a automotive suply shop and get them to look in ther guide and it will have yor clitch size diameter

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2000 323ci tractn ctrl lt comes on and stops power to rear wheels


THE LIGHTS COMES ON WHEN ONE OR TWO WHEELS STARTS SPINING (WHEN TERES NO TRACTION) ITS STOPS THE CAR FROM SPINING SO ITSTOPS POWER GOING TO THAT WHEEL.

MAKE SURE YOR TYRES ARE INFLATED RIGHT OR YOUR TYRES ARE WEARING OUT

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