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E36 (1991 - 1999)
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Old 06-07-2012, 10:29 PM
Dakota_leWarne Dakota_leWarne is offline
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Last few issues

Ok so thanks to alota work and alota help from all you guys. My 318 can drive around the block with no squeaks from the suspension, no rubbing on the tires, and on grinding into gear. I think it is safe to say that everything major is done

so now my problem is its running a bit rough, and seems to hesitate when accelerating, in a sense somthing just doesnt seem quite right.

I put in new
Plugs Bosh or NGK duel electrode copper plugs ( can remember which )
New spark plug wires
New timing chain tensioner
New oil

I think it is most likely a sensor or a leaky hose. lots of hoses have cracks, the plastic intake piece has cracks... its a mess. so what i wanna know is what is the best way to replace that stuff. do i buy universal hose and cut it to size? or can i buy direct fit ones somewhere. im sure pelican parts has some i just cant seem to find them.

"if you look close enough... youll see my bumper is being held together with zip ties
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