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#1 (permalink) Old 09-05-2009, 06:21 PM
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Exclamation RPM go up and down

i had Overheating a few days ago caused by leakage from heater hose , know the Problem resolved to start another problem. the RPM go up and down

can anyone help me please
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thanks torque for your reply
it's 93 325i (e36)
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did you bleed the system properly? there are threads here to walk you through it
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Could be your MAS dirty or on the blink, found between the throttle body and airbox, un plug it and see what happens, if there's no change its dead.

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