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Old 04-12-2013, 04:47 PM
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Hi everyone,

My name is Vladislav and I live in Switzerland but I am s Bulgarian. Currently I work as a R&D engineer in the watch industry. Have an MSc in materials science and a PhD in experimental physics.

Some time ago bought a second-hand Z4 M (2006) and since I'm a DIY enthusiast, would love it to gain some knowledge on how to diagnose what's wrong with my car as well as make some easy repairs myself. I'm a total novice in coding and programming so I don't want to go deep into the matter.

There's my beauty:



Hope to find help from people with knowledge and would be more than happy to help the community with whatever I can.

Best greetings,
Vladi


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