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  1. dvtorres
    09-23-2010 04:34 PM
    Hello Dudesky,
    I was reading all the trouble you were having with the 1222 error code and I am having the same issues with my brothers e32. He did change the 02 sensor and said it had white
    crust all over it. you said you changed the fuel pressure regulator and that fixed it.

    Question is that the vaccum operated valve that sits on the end on the fuel rail?
  2. jako1
    09-12-2010 12:08 AM
    Hi, I was searching for a DIY for RTAB install. Thanks for your DIY as it is quite informative.I do have one quesiton regarding the pre-load. Can you let me know what hight the arm needs to be in order to line up the consol with the 8mm above axle line? I was thinking of taking a level as the straight edge and jacking up the arm till it levels out then line up the console? Or do you do it with the trailing arm resting down?
  3. jako1
    09-11-2010 11:55 PM
    Hello. Stubbled to this forum by M3forums. I was searching for RTAB installs and came across this.

    I hope that I can add value for you members on DIY that I have done for myself

  4. JRBobDobbs
    09-05-2009 11:08 PM
    Hi, I saw your old post from 2006 about a small amount of oil in your coolant reservoir in your 4.0v8. How did this end up working out for you? I have the exact same set of symptoms you posted, oil is not watery and everything else appears OK. I'm REALLY worried.

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