Bmw not staying charged and blowing out components?
2006 BMW 325i

BMW not staying charged and blowing out components?

(2006 BMW 325i)
2008 BMW 335i dies on way home from having brakes done. Tow back to shop have alternator replaced & new reconditioned battery installed. Cost $800. Drive home next a.m. no start. Tow back to shop. Mechanic says Alternator is bad and replaces. Cost n/c warranty. Drive home next a.m. no start. Tow back to shop. mechanic says reconditioned battery Was defective and damaged fuse box. Install complete fuse box and OEM from BMW dealer battery & reprogram. Cost $750. Car returned with leaky valve cover gasket. Drive back to shop. Repair valve cover gasket. Cost $850. Car operates fine for two weeks then all dashboard lights and warnings go bizerk. Windshield wipers go on & car dies. Won’t restart. Tow back to shop. Mechanic now says voltage regulator needs replaced. Does this make sense and if so would it have been the voltage regulator all along?
How long have you had this problem? 5 months
Tags: charging, alternator, fuse box, battery, voltage regulator, no start, bmw, 325i
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