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you might need to check the relays in the fuse box, without forgetting the fuel regulator.
I think that something blocking fuel lines, maybe hose bend. After some time under pressure of fuel pump it unblocks and fuel rail pressure returns to normal. Not sure that ECU has fuel pressure sensor, so it is just a theory but it worth to check fuel pressure first
BMW's plan was for it to never be changed. Looking at some of the forums, I think advice given from this BMW site seems about spot-on: Well-l-l, I hate to say "never" but the point being, one often needs/wants to crack open & rebuild an engine for other reasons (ring/valve wear, main seals, etc.) by a quarter-million miles or so--at which time, check ...
To have this discussion, it is important to understand a few different lead acid battery types: A wet flooded cell battery is a lead acid battery that, among other traits, makes use of case vents. This is one of the oldest battery technologies and is relatively high maintenance because the water in the battery will evaporate, requiring the owner to maintain ...
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