[I]"I would very much doubt the torque convertor is the problem, so before you changed you rims was all fine if so, have you put bigger ones on ?, If you have this will effect it as the sensor reads the wheel speed, so by putting larger wheels on the rotation time is longer".[/I]
I thought of that because while my rims were being changed out I had my winter rims and tires on and they are a lighter steel rim with not as much width and my car had lotsa pep. Maybe the new rims are heavier??? I also had an electronic rust module put on the car and around that time I noticed I lost the pep.
Is there any way to let the car know that the rotation time is longer?
That being said, I do have 5 series rims on my car but they are the exact same size as any 3 series rims (16 x 7), the 5 series rims were on the car when I bought it a month ago and just recently it has lost its pep, any other ideas, or do you think that is the real issue?
Thanks for posting a reply btw, its much appreciated.
Last edited by Mitch_Medic; 07-03-2009 at 06:16 AM.