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2014 BMW X1 | Answered on May 02, 2017

Have a look in your owners manual. It should explain what all the symbols are there.

2014 BMW X1 | Answered on Feb 26, 2016

1) Make sure ignition is off
2) push & hold in left button (daytrip reset)
3) while holding in, turn ignition key into pos.1
4) keep holding button pushed in while "Test 1" appears in display
5) after a further approx. 5 seconds oil service inspection will appear (whichever is due)
6) release button when oil service/inspection are displayed
7) pushing and holding in the button for appr. 5 secs will reset the service interval
8) release button and switch off ignition. When restarting interval should be reset
hope this works.

2014 BMW X1 | Answered on Sep 18, 2014

(P3105 Cylinder 2 High Pressure Injector Low Side Circuit Low).
This could be an issue with the fuel injector or it's electronics for cylinder 2. You'll need to get a Good mechanic to look at this as the fuel system might need to be depressurised before any work can be done.

BMW Cars &... | Answered Yesterday

First, remove the engine drive belts. Then see if it will crank over. I have seen an alternator that was seized keep the engine from turning over. If it still will not turn, using a pipe wrench on the crank pulley see if it will turn. Pull the spark plugs. If water or too much fuel is in a cylinder it will hydro lock the engine.

BMW Cars &... | Answered on Sep 01, 2020

How about the basics? Ignition system ok (plugs firing)? Fuel pressure at the engine OK? No trouble codes when a code reader used?

BMW Cars &... | Answered on Aug 27, 2020

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BMW Cars &... | Answered on Aug 24, 2020

Fixya is unable to furnish the diagram.

BMW Cars &... | Answered on Aug 07, 2020

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BMW Cars &... | Answered on Jul 22, 2020

Hello Joe Hord and thank you for asking...

FUEL pump in the clear... That is IMPORTANT.

A bunch of things... but the smart money would be to beg,
borrow or BUY an ODB (diagnostic) reader...

SAVEs big money on TOTALLY POINTLESS guessing and TAMPERING that is likely to leave you with more TROUBLES than you started with (ending in pointless replacements of VERY
expensive OXYGEN-SENSORS... BECAUSE the "clown"
at the "auto-zone" says "hey Oxygen Sensors"...

Typically Oxygen Sensors (like THERMOMETERS) merely
report the NEWs...

Buying a new THERMOMETER is not going to get rid of a
COLD... (or the plague).

The real NEWS is likely a MUFFLER BAFFLE has come
loose or the CATALYTIC CONVERTER has given it's all...
and is now blocking the EXHAUST.

From what you describe... my memory of being round the
bend... That's my better guess:

I like guessing games as much as the next guy... but
INTRODUCING more troubles is more likely if you
take the EASTER-EGG approach.

Check to see if your local EXHAUST shop will do a
"FREE" diagnostic read...

Happy hunting!

Cautionary note: If you live (here) in California you want to play
Very CLOSE ATTENTION to those SMOG regulations...

Gubnor Nuisance may be busy right now... But sooner or later
(end of the world or not) you are going to get that SMOG test...

It would make me sad to think you have to do the SAME JOB
all over again .

Good luck: better skill.

BMW Cars &... | Answered on Jul 21, 2020

Hi..can anyone help me locate the fuel pump relay on a BMW 330d e90

BMW Cars &... | Answered on Jul 11, 2020

expensive ,need a new control unit ,comes with airbag clock spring ,look in scrapyard

BMW Cars &... | Answered on Jul 10, 2020

"Burned up 4 alternators" isn't a very helpful description, so what went wrong? Diodes? Regulator? Stator windings? Rotor windings?

A basic self-contained machine sensed alternator is almost bulletproof when the wiring is good and secure but they aren't tolerant of surges and they will surge whenever a good connection with the battery is lost while at speed.
An intermittent connection could be anywhere in the supply or ground and although rare an internal break in a cable, a poor connection inside a crimped terminal or even a bad connection inside the battery.

If the alternator is a smart charging type it adds new fault possibilities to those above.

BMW Cars &... | Answered on Jul 08, 2020

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