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Dec
5
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Dec
5
answered Can I put the tires in the opposite direction on the rear-end on my front wheel drive configuration?
Nov
23
revised Rumbling noise related to road speed
Made the question more clear
Nov
23
suggested suggested edit on Rumbling noise related to road speed
Nov
21
comment Replacing a steel wheel
Risky in what way? Shops usually give you guarantee on their work.
Nov
13
answered Replacing a steel wheel
Oct
5
comment How to replace a BMW E36 318 TDS's stereo?
@Skippy: You should post that as an answer and accept it :)
Sep
29
awarded  Yearling
Jul
11
comment Uneven rotation sounds when my car gets to 50-60 MPH
Another possible reason could be carwash. If rims were not properly washed the dirt/mud could have remained on the inner side and caused said disbalance.
Jul
11
comment Is every BMW service, always needed?
What seems to be the problem, you want to ask to check brake pads or you want to go to non-BMW shop to do only things you need and do it cheaper?
Jul
2
comment Is it harmful to drive at high rpms
Maybe you can add your engine green zone as stated in manual / marked on tachometer?
Jun
27
comment When cranking an engine between 15 second intervals is ok?
Usually you can (need or must depending on country) put a special sign on your car to let other drivers know you are a newbie. Knowing that newbies often have problems on slopes the sign will tell others to to leave more space in case you rollback a little and also that they should be more forgiving to mistakes they once did themselves time ago.
Jun
18
comment Keeping an old car alive?
+1. I have similar `97 car (Skoda) - so far maintaining costs are cheaper than buying and maintaining any new car by times. So I would like to know (maybe that can be a part of you question?) - how to detect the point when old car should be scraped in favor of buying new(er) one (in pure practical reasons!).
Jun
9
revised Is it normal for the oil to be dark in color right after an “oil change” in a 10-year old diesel car?
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Jun
9
suggested suggested edit on Is it normal for the oil to be dark in color right after an “oil change” in a 10-year old diesel car?
Jun
9
revised Is it normal for the oil to be dark in color right after an “oil change” in a 10-year old diesel car?
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Jun
9
comment Is it normal for the oil to be dark in color right after an “oil change” in a 10-year old diesel car?
Upvote. The keyword is the "diesel". Petrol engines oil keeps clean for much longer time
Jun
9
comment Is it normal for the oil to be dark in color right after an “oil change” in a 10-year old diesel car?
After reading more about diesel oil changes I'm convinced that in diesel engines oil gets dark soon after change.
Jun
8
comment Is it normal for the oil to be dark in color right after an “oil change” in a 10-year old diesel car?
Good point, you right.
Jun
8
comment Is it normal for the oil to be dark in color right after an “oil change” in a 10-year old diesel car?
Usually old filter has enough dust on it to clearly see a difference between it and a shiny new one. So taking a look at the filter may give you some hints post factum.