Hi just joined
2009 525d in kent
Hi just joined
2009 525d in kent
Hi all, I own an E36 M3 convertible. I have owned it for the last four years. I have used this forum for info and finally decided to post and introduce myself after seeing the introductions section. Looking forward to making new friends and talking all things BMW
hi im new to this forum, just bought a beast of M5 performance edition frozen blue, love it, nick my name howdy every one live in bristol any one know of any meets this weekend, need to cruise the new toy,
Hello everyone. I'm new too!
Yes Im new, I have spent many hours googing info on my car and always end up at this forum. I was the guy that lurked in the shadows pinching all the info without saying thanks or a hello. Kinda rude I know. So I have decided to join up and thank personally any helpers that I come across.
Hope to see you all around on here.
Hi, I have a m3 325i 1992 coupe and want to sell it, does anybody know what it is worth ? Thanks
Hi guys and gals I'm new to the forum and would like to introduce myself , I am a car enthusiast and have owned many BMW's over the years my last BMW being an e46 m3 which I sold recently and my current BMW is an x3 late 2005 model 2.0D manual with low mileage. I love the car as its big and comfortable yet still averages 34 mpg which I think is very good for a 4x4, I toyed with the idea of getting and x5 but they all seem quite thirsty and I already have a thirsty sports car and wanted a practical car that would not use too much fuel. Any way I've since done the swirl flaps on it and cleaned out as best I cold the inlet manifold which as thick with gunge. I currently have 1 problem with the x3 that I hope someone can help me with and its as follows:
When you attempt to start the car from cold it will start and die out straight away, you then try again and it will start and keep running albeit a bit rough until it warms up. To me it seems to be glow plug related so I tried doing the following, get in the car when cold and turn the ignition on and leave it a minuite before cranking or even turn the ifnition on and pff a few times before cranking and sure enough if I do this it starts first time and runs smooth so I ordered new glow plugs and fitted them but the problem still persists. I unplugged the glow plug connectors (all 4 where they click onto the glow plug) and measured the voltage when the ignition is turned on and each glow plug connector is giving out around 2v now this seems a little low to me but I can't find anywhere online what the voltage going to the glow should be so I'm hoping someone can tell me. As I said its a 2.0d engine (m47) and I'm only getting 2v to each glow plug any help would be appreciated.
hi, just joined forum , and will immediately ask your forgiveness for robbing the magic M57 diesel engine out of a 530d that i drove around for a couple of months . The plan is to fit in my Landrover 110 to replace its original V8 petrol engine . Hoping to find some info to speed things up .
An E36 318i sedan (Automatic) owner. hope to meet other users. i have got lots of issues that i need help with.. thanks
hi fellow bmw fans
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