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Old 03-27-2019, 11:34 PM
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Default DME Error 0029E0

Hello all,
Looking for some assistance in troubleshooting a 2010 135i.
DME Error 0029E0, Everything I have read on-line seems to point to a vac. leak.
Test done so far:
1-Smoke Tested-no leaks discovered.
2-Carb spray test (this one was scary)

Parts Replaced so far:
1-MAP Sensor

Parts on order:
O2 sensors

I really hate doing a re and re on the parts that could be suspect so I finally joined the experts here on this forum.

And I would like to save some money by 1, doing it myself and 2, saving a little money at the same time.
Hope someone can point me in the right direction and perhaps look at a tighter diagnostic than I have done so far without much luck.

Thanks!


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