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Old 12-14-2008, 07:23 AM   #1 (permalink)
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x 5 code p0604 trouble

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I changed my oil separator this weekend, while doing so I had to unplug all the sensor/switches coming from the gray box, (under the intake) after installation of the separator, the code p0604 came up, and it won't start now, Does anyone know why or does it have to be towed to BMW, I cleared it, but it returns everytime I crank it over. PLEASE advise. Thanks in advance!
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Try disconnecting the battery for 15 minutes, neg 1st off and first on.

P0604 101 Internal Control Module Random Access Memory (RAM) Error
P0604 104 Internal Control Module Random Access Memory (RAM) Error
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Thumbs up problem found p0604

There was a blown fuse in the computer box up against the firewall, next to the cabin filter, passenger side, with 4- 30amp fuses and 1-20 amp. I had done the battery trick already, Thanks for the advice.
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Glad you sorted it , we have to keep these beast's on the road!!
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