*Ding*. Why do you think I still have my E36? The E46/E39 are to me at
least, the first of the 'non-user-serviceable' BMWs (by that I mean the
mandatory use of expensive diagnostic eqpt and throw-away/non-repairable
parts). As such I'll stick with the older tech thanks very much.
I don't know about that... the E28 has that funny diagnostic connector,
which is designed for a special maintenance panel that nobody has any
longer.... BMW has been going in that direction for far too long. It's
only recently that it has become quite the crisis, though. And Mercedes
is even worse.
"C'est un Nagra. C'est suisse, et tres, tres precis."
firstname.lastname@example.org at email@example.com wrote on 11/20/08 5:19 PM:
out the door including tax ...
get new tires, new brakes, and new oxygen sensor.
that way you can go maybe 50,000 miles with oil service and not have much
else to do for your money.
if they don't want to go that way for the money ...
get the 2000 model or better up ...
I drive the 528i ... much better, more robust.
sumbuddie wear blind sea
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