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Old 12-01-2018, 04:28 PM
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Default Changed valve cover gasket, now it wont start

Hi all, I changed the valve cover gasket on the wifes 2011 128i. Now it wont start. I have spark, 70psi of fuel pressure. Im getting ready to check the injector pulse. Could any of you give me some advice on what else to check. I ran a code check but nothing came up. Any help yall can give me would be greatly appreciated!


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Well, I tested to see if I have injector pulse, and I do have it. Kind of bewildered, no idea where to go from here.
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