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Angelo2975

Pompano Beach, FL

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Try applying direct 12v power to the fans ...make sure that they actually work.


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I would have a shop check it out . you could have dry ball joint , collapsed strut mount bushings ....u can check the ball joint by just looking at them if the cover (boot) is missing and they are bone dry ..that can cause a grinding noise. Same goes for the collapsed strut mounts.


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Book time calls for 1.4 hrs of labor to replace it . hope this helps ...now u just have to find a show with the lowest lbr rate per hour.


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Fuel filter is on the Firewall by the Master cylinder. To change it I would release the pressure from the fuel system ...by removing the fuel pump fuse. Turn the car on until it stalls ...try to crank it once or twice just to make sure it's dead. Removing the filter is pretty self explanatory after you see it . there are two hose one at the top and the other at the bottom. Just make sure not to damage the lines.


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From What AllData States the connector is right above the Gas pedal


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The Fix a Flat stuff can damage Tire pressure sensors that are in the Wheel...Bmw's use the reading from the sensor to control braking and steering. Right now what your getting is a warning showing that something is not right with the Sensor and since it's tied into multiple systems your getting multiple warning's. Have the Tire replaced or repaired. The lights should go away once the vehicle reads the proper signal from the tire pressure sensor.


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You want to have the new tires on before doing the alignment, this is due to ride hight angels changing the incline of the suspension which ultimatly affects allignment angles.


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What you have is a air door actuator (inside the heater housing) that is not directing the air flow to the a/c vents. Have a shop check it out ...it's not so easy to just DIY


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What you have is a air door actuator (inside the heater housing) that is not directing the air flow to the a/c vents. Have a shop check it out ...it's not so easy to just DIY


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It is located right behind and under the Glove box///look for two screws with a red tab connection ...when u pull it out you will be holding a flat peice in your hand that sius the resisitor


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