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    Good evening,

    I recently replaced the lower intake boot and now the car runs like a bitch. I have only had the car running for 2 minutes and it stinks of petrol so I turned it off.

    Would my engine ECU got used to the mixture with a torn boot? Is it worth me disconnecting the battery to reset the map. Maybe it just needs a good run?

    In addition I replaced my DISA. The car was remapped nearly a year ago.

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    sounds like yav fooked summat up to me or forgotten summat i never had any of this when i did mine a while back...

    ide suggest getting it on BMW INPA diags and see wot the fuel trim pages are and engine and cylinder,lambda running data is doing...

    ya wont reset the map either disconnecting the battery...diagnosing could be problematic aswell if its mapped and modded cos the expected figures are maybe not gonna look correct , so you could be up shit creek diagnosing this one easily....

    ide reset all the engine adaptions stats in INPA drive it mixed for a few miles and make the engine ECU relearn the adaptions data...thats if if your sure youve buttoned it all up correct to start with...



    E36 330i?????
    330i sport a big chunk of berlin...

     
     

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    Thanks for your reply. I will double check the hoses and things but I double checked everything to make sure the tab lines up to the throttle body and everything is back together properly. All connectors are back on.

    I cleaned the throttle body and ICV with some throttle body cleaner. Maybe this needs to be burned off? I haven't driven the car yet it just sounded a bit lumpy to me. The CEL is now off too.

    I will ask my friend to read the car as he has some software. Would I get the CEL if the car was misfiring? The engine revs stay constant and the throttle response seems better than before.

    As mentioned above, I haven't driven the car yet so maybe it would be worth doing that also. I just finally want this car to run as it should!

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    like i said check the fueling and general engine running data for any suspects, if it all looks good reset the lambda and throttle adaptions etc in the adaptions page of INPA and take it for a blast of mixed driving and recheck it..

    i mention INPA cos its BMW specific factory software not generic broad use OBD crap, and it has straightforward GUI pages where you can check various engine data and function etc plus you can reset the engine ECU adaption data with it....
    330i sport a big chunk of berlin...

     
     

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    Took it all apart and and put it back together again just to make sure. Disconnected the battery for 30 mins and reconnected it and used WOT a couple of times. Car pulls like a train now and no more annoying weird idle jumps.

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    Anyone know if the DISA for the 3.0L fits the 2.2 M54? Thanks
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