2002 BMW 330Ci Repair and Maintenance
A guide to problems, costs, maintenance and repair for your 2002 BMW 330Ci
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2002 BMW 330Ci ProblemsBurning Smell or Oil Drips on the Ground Due to Engine Oil Leak
Valve cover gasket leaks are common after 60,000 miles. Symptoms will include oil drips under the vehicle and burning oil smell from the engine compartment.
An engine coolant leak may develop from the expansion tank resulting in engine overheating. When a cooling system component fails the entire cooling system should be inspected. It is not uncommon to find additional component have failed or are leaking.
Overheating can cause severe engine damage. If the engine begins to overheat it is recommended to stop at the first available location and have your vehicle towed to a repair shop.
2002 BMW 330Ci Questionshow do I open the trunk when my battery dead (1 answer)
There was a EML problem with close and open the top. The closing light keep try to close all night. so the battery is dead now I try to change the battery I can't open the trunk no power
When you turn the ignition to start the engine it wont turn over it just clicks.
Switch might be prob, not sure.
It doesn't roll up all the way, stays down about 2 inches from top.
Not sure if motor is going out or the switch is bad. Are there any trouble shooting methods to determine.
Dealership wants to much..
2002 BMW 330Ci RecallsDriver's Front Air Bag Defective
In a crash that deploys the driver's front air bag, the inflator of the air bag can rupture, causing metal debris to strike vehicle occupants. Dealers will replace the front driver's air bag module free of charge to correct the concern.
This limited regional recall is for vehicles currently registered or first sold in Florida, Puerto Rico, Hawaii and the U.S. Virgin Islands, and equipped with Takata-brand air bag inflators. Upon deployment the driver and/or passenger airbag inflator could rupture, increasing the risk of personal injury. BMW dealers will replace the affected airbag inflator modules to correct this concern.
Airbags use a chemical reaction contained in an inflator module to create the pressure necessary to inflate the bags when deployment is required. These vehicles are being recalled because the front passenger airbag inflator may produce excessive internal pressure when deployed. As a result, the inflator module could rupture, causing metal fragments to strike vehicle occupants. Dealers will inspect and replace any defective passenger front airbag inflator modules found.