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E30 (1982 - 1993)
God's Chariot. The E30 was produced primarily from 1982 through 1991. The cabriolet was the one exception which was produced through 1993.

 
 
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Old 09-28-2012, 07:17 AM
soudafirechief soudafirechief is offline
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Location: Martin, GA
 
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Mein Auto: 1991 BMW 318i
318i Convertible

My 1991 318i has developed a stumble (almost like someone turned the ignition off for a second) during acceleration once the engine is at normal temp. I can also feel the same thing on deceleration (something like a miss). Sometimes the engine will continue to stumble and pump fuel into the system causing the catalytic converter to overheat. I have changed the injectors, wires, fuel filter and the fuel pump was installed last year.
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