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Old 02-23-2005, 07:04 PM   #1 (permalink)
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OK...so, we fix the massive oil leak, from the pan...Thats great...Now we try to figure out what is up with my idol. We figured out that A) it Idles bad when it is warmed up, B) that the code that pulled up was a p1140 which you think would point straight to the mass airflow sensor...BUT NO!!! We unhooked mostly all of the sensors one at a time to see which one evened out the idle...NOTTA...Absolutley nothing!! ghead To be perfectly honest...I think its the 02 sensor...somebody have any input?? Like I said...It only idles rough when it gets to its heated state...than it never comes back to a smooth idle...but when you let the car cool off, Its fine again, until the next time it heats up. You got me!!
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Hmm...If it was an O2 sensor the code should have been called up..
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yah you would think....haha...I guess I just have a special bimmer...
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