Question about 1996 BMW 318
I would definitely check that there are also no air leaks.
What I mean is this,
Check that from the air filter housing, back to the throttle body that there are no splits or cracks in the rubber hose's.
Also check the PCV valve is not faulty, by removing the 2 allen key bolts and inspecting the valve and o'ring, also there is a hose which runs behind the engine and connects to the PCV valve check that this also is not perished, or split in any way.
I hope this is helpful.
Posted on Jul 04, 2008
Low Idle, Major Tune-Up(Clean & adjust IAC and Throttle Body), Cracked Motor and/or Transmission Mount(s), Fuel Filter Clogged.
Posted on Jul 03, 2008
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