20 Most Recent 1999 BMW 318 ti Questions & Answers

Replace the back door actuator in said the door,all the best.

1999 BMW 318 ti | Answered on Nov 04, 2018

try disconnecting the air mass meter sensor if it runs better then ur air mass meter has failed had the same problem

1999 BMW 318 ti | Answered on Oct 31, 2018

The vehicle owner's manual will contain that information.

1999 BMW 318 ti | Answered on Oct 31, 2018

Thats you MAF (Mass Air Flow) sensor
Replace it and car will be fine.


1999 BMW 318 ti | Answered on Feb 28, 2018

your garage is full of idiots. Ok, they replaced all those parts and no improvement. Make 'em put all the parts back and get a refund. They can't diagnose the problem so they're just replacing parts and hoping for the best. Now, if they replace enough parts, you'll end up with a brand new old car and it should run correctly. But, you don't list a problem, so I can't offer a solution. Could be the whole problem. If you didn't tell the shop what's wrong either, yeah....just replace stuff and pray. Praying works on German cars btw, because the pope is German and Jesus now loves German cars. Go to church, Pray, and write back with a specific problem that a bmw mechanic can help you with.

1999 BMW 318 ti | Answered on Dec 22, 2017

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1999 BMW 318 ti | Answered on Dec 04, 2017

Try this video...shows you how to access the other fuse panel inside your glove box.


1999 BMW 318 ti | Answered on Oct 25, 2017

Your description of the problem is not very clear. It seems as if your temp gauge does not work, or does not indicate the correct temperature.
If you disconnect the wire from the sensor unit and put it to battery negative (ground), the gauge should move to the full hot position. If this does not happen the best chance is that the gauge does not work. If it does work, the sensor is faulty. In a very unlikely situation, the wire could be faulty..

1999 BMW 318 ti | Answered on Aug 29, 2017

throttle sensor fault. might be cleanable if removed. also could be a damaged idle valve, might be staying open this cal also give high revs. and tap and it will go down as its sticking. acceleration is the throttle sensor i may have blank spots. removing it and spraying in the switch breather hole and shake the cleaner around and turning it at the same time should clean the sensor. then shake and leave to drain out the cleaner. idle valve you will need to remove it and clean ti with some carb cleaner and a brush like toothbrush, clean it thorley out push the pin in and out to make sure its not sticking at same time spray it. then when clean leave to dry. then refit them. hope this helps

1999 BMW 318 ti | Answered on Jun 24, 2017

put water in the car

1999 BMW 318 ti | Answered on Aug 09, 2016

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