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Old 03-31-2013, 02:25 PM
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Hello all!

I've taken up the challenge to become boss of my own car (E92 M3)
I can drive it allright, but it has it share of problems... spilling out error codes, the likes of which one does not want to see.

Since half a year it is going into limb mode, whenever i touch the throttle a little bit during decelaration between 3000 - 2000rpm. Lean and mean fighting machine...
In an effort to fix it I've had:
- all ignition coil replaced
- the Idle Control Valve replaced including piping
- all 4 lambda probes
- checked for vacuum leaks... (not conclusive)

Now going to:
- delete the Secondary airpump (will need coding)
- replace the throttle position sensors

Hope you guys can help me with the coding, especially getting the correct INPA files for the E92 M3... have been fighting with many installations but still don't have the latest / correct files to read/set all adaptation values and such.

Thanks!


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