Bmw starting problems
It might be an EECU issue as it's obviously getting fuel to the combustion chambers. Also, it's not displaying any codes which indicate that the EECU isn't registering that it's not working properly (possibly intermittent). First unplug the negative terminal from your battery. Next unplug and re-plug the EECU cable. This works approximately 50% of the time as it resurfaces the connector mating surfaces and on some models allows the EECU to reset. If this doesn't work, try a used low mileage one.
Highly doubtful your ABS module is causing your starting problems unless the problems occurred right after you replaced it.
Also, I suggest you need to find a competent independent local shop that specializes in BMWs. They will have the sophisticated tools necessary to diagnose your issues and turn off your trouble lights as well.
Mar 02, 2017 |
Cars & Trucks