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    very cool! Thanks for sharing Click here to enlarge
    SOLD --'07 E90 335i, PTF COBB E50, HFS4, ER CP, ETS 7", AA DP, Vishnu Exhaust, DCI, ACT, Nitto Nt555

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    I've seen this before! Nice find indeed!

    My understanding is that this particular diagnostic tree refers to a specific TSB. It is not uncommon to see similar diagnostics trees for other regularly occurring problems with other components of the vehicles.
    From all the things I've lost,
    I miss my mind the most!
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    Wish that someone could pull the entire TIS for the N54 and post it up Click here to enlarge
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    Concur.

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    Converted the pdf to png and added the pictures to OP. Stickying...

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    thnk you so much for sharing such important and essential document.
    highly appreciate it and all the efforts.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by bagsonjpxssjj Click here to enlarge
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    Very helpful, thanks!

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    2B3D ?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by gull123 Click here to enlarge
    2B3D ?
    Possibly DMTL pump failing, but could be just a loose fuel cap.

    On E60/E63/E64 S85 powered car, it's cylinder 9 misfire.
    H O O N

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    Quick question, I have flashed my car back to stock and deactivated my JB4 by setting it to map 0 and disabling auto-clear in preparation for my upcoming emissions test. To confirm the car is back to stock I drove it around with my catless downpipes and exhaust installed expecting to get an engine light. I managed to read the codes and the only one that appeared was 29F4, but I did not get any engine light even after 30min + of highway driving at 100km/h.

    Is this normal to get a 29F4 (did not get a 29F5 code) code with no engine light? If I want to pass an OBDII emissions test by checking the monitors do I just need to install a DP Fix and perform a drive cycle?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by gunda Click here to enlarge
    Quick question, I have flashed my car back to stock and deactivated my JB4 by setting it to map 0 and disabling auto-clear in preparation for my upcoming emissions test. To confirm the car is back to stock I drove it around with my catless downpipes and exhaust installed expecting to get an engine light. I managed to read the codes and the only one that appeared was 29F4, but I did not get any engine light even after 30min + of highway driving at 100km/h.

    Is this normal to get a 29F4 (did not get a 29F5 code) code with no engine light? If I want to pass an OBDII emissions test by checking the monitors do I just need to install a DP Fix and perform a drive cycle?
    You should make a thread on this or ask Terry.

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    What does the p 2ab4 code mean ? Something to do with ecu error - check rum ???

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