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Old 05-24-2014, 09:36 AM
Shanealvey Shanealvey is offline
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Mein Auto: '07 M5 / '14 335i M Sport
Multiple engine faults

started the car up after having lunch and multiple faults came up all at once, has anyone had an issue like this and what was done to resolve it...



Here are the faults:

1. Increased emission

2. Engine malfunction reduced power

3. DSC fault

4. DBS fault


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Old 05-25-2014, 05:00 PM
jdward30 jdward30 is offline
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I just got those messages, as well with another indicating transmission malfunction. I ran my OBD II Cycle and got the following codes, which are still unclear to me as to what they mean.... (ya I tried to look them up on the actron website but most weren't listed). Either way, these were the codes I got for my 06 M E60:

U114E MOD $12

U115B MOD $12

U114B MOD $12

U1139 MOD $12

U1136 MOD $12

Not sure if that helps if not, but I'm having it checked out at the dealer in a few days, but hope they're going to not give me the bad news of $$$$$ worth of repairs...

I'll keep you posted when I hear though.

Jon

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Old 05-25-2014, 06:04 PM
Shanealvey Shanealvey is offline
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I had an idea this morning and this is how it played out, I unhooked the battery to try and reset the faults then hooked the battery back up and connected jumper cables to my wife's Mercedes then started it up and all faults cleared, I drove it down the road and everything functioned properly when I arrived home I turned it off and then restarted it and all of the faults came back??? I went to Autozone and purchased a new battery today and everything has been fine, I hope this works for the rest of you guys..

Shane A.


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Old 06-22-2014, 10:21 AM
shurton shurton is offline
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loose battery contact, or bad battery... both in my case.
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Old 06-22-2014, 10:43 PM
jdward30 jdward30 is offline
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Sadly, mine was the throttle actuator
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Old 06-29-2014, 03:07 AM
BMW_FTW BMW_FTW is offline
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i know exactly what is wrong. yours catalytic converters need to be replaced. trust me my e63 M6 had the same engine faults
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Old 08-18-2014, 01:44 AM
chefevan chefevan is offline
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I had same faults and it was my clutch. Thats why limited gear came up. It starts with the clutch sensor. If you continue to drive it other problems can occur such as a fly wheel. Big bucks


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