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|1995 BMW 325i 2.5L air bag VIN: WBACB4324S
First off, Thanks for the replies. Secondly I have yet to find a reasonable price from a shop to clear the code. I also have yet to find if an update for my Genisys to do the clearing. Thanks,
|2002 BMW 325i 2.5L cylinder head VIN: WBAEV33482
well,most of you were correct. I get find out that it had indeed been over-revved. The dad decided not to fix at this time. He did say that I might see it back at some time. I told them that if they worked on this car in their garage that I did not want to see...
|2003 BMW X5 3.0i 3.0L lights VIN: WBAFA72080
Thanks to all, My Hana-tech scanner won't do the job, so it's off to the dealer, thanks again.
|2001 Volkswagen Cabrio GL 2.0L Drive axles VIN: 3VWBC21V81
After a majority of the responses said check axles customer was informed of possibly needing a reman axle and the customer decided to go with both sides due to mileage on car. Noise is fixed. Thanks for the help.