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BMW Diesel Overview

BMW Diesel Overview

Worldwide, diesel vehicles account for 50 percent of vehicles on the road. In the United States, fewer than 10 percent are diesel!

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the bimmer pub february 2018

the bimmer pub february 2018

In the bimmer pub, february 2018: Testing for Parasitic Draws and Intermittent Electrical Problems; The BMW Network: Marriage of Convenience; Waterborne Paint: The Throughput Hero; Impaired Automotive: 2002 BMW X5 4.4i and Murphy’s Law; Feel the Burn: Welding Basics Prevent Corrosion

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Feel the Burn: Welding Basics Prevent Corrosion

Feel the Burn: Welding Basics Prevent Corrosion

Welding basics are critical to ensuring corrosion resistance after collision repairs. We explore the corrosion implications of various welding settings including voltage, wire feed speed, stickout, travel speed and other welding parameters.

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Carbon Buildup in Higher-Mileage BMW Diesel Engines

Carbon Buildup in Higher-Mileage BMW Diesel Engines

The increased popularity of diesel-powered BMWs brings concerns about carbon buildup in higher-mileage engines M57 engine compartment For the 2009 model year, for the first time in over two decades, BMW began selling vehicles equipped with diesel engines. The E90 and...

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the bimmer pub july 2016

the bimmer pub july 2016

In this issue: Energy Management; Diagnosing Fuel Delivery Issues; N54 Engine; N52 Oil Leak; Carbon Buildup BMW Diesel Engines

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