Question about 2005 BMW 1 Series
I would check firstly
1. Air pipes for any leaks, any rips or tears holes etc in the air system quite common on BMW's
2. Air mass sensor or MAF sensor, this regulates the fuel to air mixture and often the cause of many a fault on many modern cars.
3. ignition coils, or coils packs if they have got wet or too cold and condensed then they short out. In all honesty with all the snow we have been having I would think this the most likely cause of the 3.
If you need more help get back to me with more specific information about the running of the engine, how it idles accelerates etc.
Posted on Dec 30, 2010
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