Question about 2007 BMW 550i Sedan
Posted by Anonymous on
Sounds like its missing on one cylinder. Could be a failed plug or a blocked injector, or something more serious.
Call your dealer, who will likely suggest that you bring or more likely tow the car to them.
The dealer can scan the ECU for a fault code which will point to an accurate diagnosis.
Posted on Jan 04, 2011
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