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Old 11-28-2012, 06:35 AM
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Originally Posted by poolman View Post
You think that she runs that well--and many have thought that there wasn't a problem with their cars untill they too drank the coolaid--you wanted to know what the fix was--I just gave you what I and many others think is the first thing to do to making these cars run the way they are supposed too. The Vanos seals will bring your car back to spec--the seals are really gone with in the first 20k miles--they aren't designed to be compatable with syn oil--do you run syn oil in your car--if so your seals are toast by now and you don't even know it--your having the same problem I had with mine--I was one of the first years ago to do the job and now my car starts as soon as I hit the key in minus 0 degree weather and neve a hicup-- the car now has 240k miles and still runs great My 2 cent issued
I know i need to do this on my car, but i am not handy at all i know it is not easy job somewhere else for a 2002 540i... from what I know it is the 6's that need to get this done more then the v8's?
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19" Alpina Reps, H&R Sport Springs (50464), Business unit with GROM Ipod Interface, BMW LED 10w AE bulbs, AFE Cold Air Intake Stage 1, Black Kidney Grilles, M5 rear lip, Extreme Bright LED License plate lights

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