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    The injectors can be rebuilt, a friend of mine tells me it's usually the seat IIRC that needs replacing.

    With the car on diagnostic equipment the fuel pressure can be monitored at start up and when the ignition is turned on
     
     

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    £650 for two sounds about right if my sister paid £1300ish for four. They were reconditioned ones too, so they definitely can be repaired, I wouldn't have a clue how to do that though.

    Are they easy to fit? The garage have just had the car to pieces for the turbo and have put it all back together again, I don't want to shell out loads of labour to strip it again!

    I think I will try to call a BMW mech tomorrow and get some advice, which will probably involve towing it (again) to BMW. There isn't a sad "smiley" in the world big enough to describe how I feel.
     
     

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    Update:

    I will be towing it to BMW again tonight and having a diagnostic tomorrow. The mech seemed to think it's likely to be engine damage from the turbo leaking oil which will mean a new engine probably. God I hope he's wrong. =[
     
     

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    Can I ask why a moderator has moved this thread twice?
     
     

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    In case anyone finds this thread because they've had the similar fault codes it turned out the turbo had eaten the engine (i.e. the oil caused the engine to over run and burnt out components and/or clipped valves).
     
     

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