Thank you. I already did that. It looked to me like someone had been in there before working on either the Alternator or power steering hoses. It looks like they may have used heat of some kind in the area because it is charred in the general vicinity. Also the wires to the Alternator were bare in a couple of spots and the small wire was spliced. There was also a heat shield that wasn't there. I use heat shrink and soldered it back to original and found a shield in the wrecking yard. It does seem to turn a little slow. The battery seems to be a little low. I think I am going to check all the connections and grounds to see if it is just turning too slow to build the compression needed. If anyone has anymore ideas, please feel free to chime in here. I have been turning wrenches for over 40 years now, but as any good tech knows, there is always more to learn. I am by no means up on BMW's. I have done a lot of work on them, but have never gotten into a compression issue or electrical issue on one. I guess I will learn though. I really don't have a choice. Thanks again for any help. I will be posting what I do find all the way through this. Knowledge is a good thing, especially from experience.