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Old 01-27-2009, 12:16 PM   #1 (permalink)
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hey my e36 is acting funny its a 325i auto tranny recently i noticed when slowing down it feels like my brakes are on i check calipers they are releasing fine front and rear are all good and the rpm when slowing down drops to 1 grand then jumps back to 1500and the other day i was at idle at the drive thru and it just cut off no shaking just cut off any clues? im thinking icv
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Yea go for the ICV, give it a clean up, next fuel filter, next MAF and then the camshaft sensor.
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Yea go for the ICV, give it a clean up, next fuel filter, next MAF and then the camshaft sensor.
as he says, start with the ICV.
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could also be a vacume leak
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