Question about 2003 BMW 5 Series
2003 bmw x5 3.0 When cold in mornings when back up in R then shift into D it takes few seconds to fully kick in then fine all day. It only has 76000 kms on it Thanks
Every car needs a heating engine time specially when its cold, I recomend like about 5 to 10 minutes after you start engine and before you change from P to D. If you try to start the engine first time in the morning, it's cold outside and you immediately go on run you are going to have this trouble every time. Every engine has it's operational standard temperature a 5 to 10 minutes working engine, car stopped, may guaranty this standard temperature and optimal function conditions, and also keeps a longer life of your car.
Posted on May 07, 2010
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