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Old 10-30-2019, 09:48 PM
harrisd55 harrisd55 is offline
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Pulse sensor replaced and a regulating sensor

Hi, I need an expert or could you please let me know who can answer my question. I have a 2009 328i sedan 4 door. Last Saturday I got a Pulse sensor replaced and a regulating sensor replaced by a bmw dealer and also the check engine light was on and it was also running rough. I got it back on Saturday. I didn't drive it on Sunday. But on Monday morning when I started it the check engine light came on. I'm going to take it back to dealer this Friday. But if you or somebody possibly could tell me what might be the cause of the engine light to turn back on? I will greatly appreciate it. I just want to be prepared so I don't get scam or taken for more money. Thanks harrisd55
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Old 11-01-2019, 07:10 AM
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The first step in diagnosing a problem is to scan the carís modules for codes. The car is out if warranty so find a reputable indie shop that specializes in bimmers at www.bimrs.org.
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