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Old 06-02-2020, 02:00 PM
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I recently purchased this E90 recently so I do not know much of the history of the car. It has 146K miles. It is pretty clean but I can not keep the car running. It turns on but misfired pretty bad until it just died.


It has fuel pressure so I am pretty sure it is not the fuel pump.

It is throwing me several codes

P0344
P0369
P0300
P0304
P0300
P0365
P111F

I replaced all the plugs and coils, water pump and still having the same issues as when I purchased.

Please help me by guiding me what else I can do??

Thank you in advance
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Old 06-02-2020, 02:40 PM
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If it were me...I'd check the boot for tares, rips, i think when you get these cars you should go through each fuse and make sure they are the correct amps....you may or may not agree but these cars are rolling computers. The biggest enemy to a computer is...you got it! Dust/Dirt...as a result I keep the following clean every change of season I clean the following: air filter, cabin filter, maf (both), idle control valve,throttle body and I spray the disa valve down.
Buying used (especially BMW) is a big crap shoot. Very few know how to fix them... ok, let's say diagnose them! Which mostly leads to an astronomical repair quote or the car sitting in the back/front yard for someone like me who thinks he's got the fix...sometimes you do, sometimes you don't....crap shoot. In between time you don't know what unsuccessful repairs have been done/attempted to the car to get it to just crank most times out of frustration. We don't want to know half of the story of repairs that a used bmw has gone through I bet.

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Old 06-02-2020, 03:26 PM
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It is throwing me several codes

P0344
P0369
P0300
P0304
P0300
P0365
P111F

I replaced all the plugs and coils, water pump and still having the same issues as when I purchased.

Please help me by guiding me what else I can do??

You can give us a stored codes readout from a BMW capable OBDII reader. Naturally you'll want to delete all existing codes, run until issue occurs, then read codes & post readout here.


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Old 06-02-2020, 05:53 PM
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Th car just run for a minute or 2 before dying. I clear all the codes and just cranking up those are the codes that showed up.

I put a new battery so I can eliminated that potential issue.

The previous owner claimed that the car ran perfect and the water pump went bad. He claimed that the car never overheated and there was not any water residuals in the oil. I just changed the oil as well.
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