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  1. Introductions
    Evening Thought id come say hello im now the proud owner of my very first BMW diesel 535D, loving the car but still need to learn some basics on these!! Ill try post a picture when i figure out how ;)
  2. General BMW Discussions
    I was actually starting to think about buying diesel next time round until I read about the new low emissions zones popping up in various cities. My mate has just bought a 14 plate Honda Civic 1.6 diesel. It’s zero VED and does about 70mpg so should be a very cheap car to run. For now anyway...
  3. General BMW Discussions
    Every tank I am putting in 2 stroke oil. Have done for 17 years on more than 11 diesels .never once had a issue .Has always made a benefit .mainly noise . Also about 4 times a year I add 10 litres roughly of high grade kerosine /paraffin to a tank . Cleans out anything it can get to nicely ...
  4. BMW 5 Series - Tech Talk For All Gen Of 5 Series
    I have asked this question on other forums, and not got a straight answer - so I will try again here - there IS a gauge of sorts on the rev counter, which gives the maximum allowable revs whilst the engine warms up. On mine when fully warm, the markings start at 4,600 rpm, maybe the rest of you...
  5. BMW 3 Series - Tech Talk For All Gen Of 3 Series
    Hi Gents, I have been searching for a E90 330D saloon...I've been struggling to find an appropriate one so I've been widening the search to the 325D, which seems also relatively quick and does cost less. Then I started coming across all kinds of posts regarding how you can remap a 325D etc...
  6. BMW 5 Series - Tech Talk For All Gen Of 5 Series
    Diesel engines are normally controlled solely by the amount of fuel injected, so what purpose does the throttle provide in the big scheme of things?? Apparently mine is showing a fault, but except for poor mpg - the car runs absolutely fine, so what does it do? I am talking about the throttle...
  7. General BMW Discussions
    Should we get rid of our diesels? Well, according this article they're not that good for general health. There again, lots of diesel cars continue to be sold.
  8. Introductions
    Hello All, After owning a E92 330i (Petrol) I decided to get rid of it for a 55 Plate Range Rover Sport 4.2 Supercharged (Petrol). Never again, Cash Cow Springs to mind. 15 MPG :eek So I've just got rid of that and gone back to an E92, but I decided to go for...
  9. BMW 3 Series Forum - Technical Talk on the BMW E46
    Hi, looking at buying a used BMW, probably a 2012 328i or 335i. I know diesels are much better than they used to be but is it still fair to say you only buy a diesel out of necessity, not choice? I guess I'll test drive one as I know they have great torque. I also know they are quieter and...
  10. General BMW Discussions
    Ive been looking around for a 2L diesel car for about £3500 budget ideally under 120,000 miles service history etc. Ive heard bad reviews about the E46 diesels made before 2004/5 with turbo failures. Ideally id like a 2004> 320D Msport but i doubt i can get that within my budget. Just wanted...
  11. BMW 3 Series Forum - Technical Talk on the BMW E46
    Pre-supplie pump (as it turned out) played up on my 330d last night (power loss & misfire over ~2k RPM). Had my car on the diagnostics at lunch, came up with 'low pre-supplie fuel pressure', sure enough at idle it was only doing ~240 kPa (2.4 Bar), I plugged in our fuel pressure gauges (incase...
  12. General BMW Discussions
    hi , iv been looking through quite a few old threads and has anybody else noticed the amount problems related to the 525d and the 530d engines? from poor starting to completly no starting and loads of issues relating to swirl flaps , turbos , fuelpumps , injectors ect ect . i...
  13. General BMW Discussions
    Hi very interesting question i think, i know the 4 pot diesel have this stupid start/stop that i deeply hate but do the 325d 330d and 335d engines have this. I understand that having 6 cylinders to crank is going to naturally be a royal PITA to start again and again and eventually be expensive...
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