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2006 BMW 530i 3.0L Cooling Systems VIN: WBANE73526
After replaceing a radiator (due to a leak)and bleeding the system , I test drove the vehicle with a scanner to monitor coolant temps. The car seems to run on the hot side. It runs 206-236 mostly in the 2-teens. I know it is a computer controlled electric pump...

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2005 Jaguar XK8 4.2L tamperature VIN: SAJDA42C35
The fix for this car was to replece the cooling fan assembly. The actual fault was the controller; it had failed. There was no cooling fan activity under any of the conditions when there should have been. I tested all the inputs including while the A/C was on ...
2003 Mercedes-Benz E500 5.0L Battery Protection Light, Instrument Cluster VIN: WDBUF70J93
Thanks for all the good info people. This vehicle was the last straw for us with our old Launch x431 scanner. We just upgraded to the Autologic system and we found that the vehicle was coded for a battery current sensor (not actually installed as this vehicl...
2006 Volkswagen Jetta TDI 1.9L Excessive Emissions VIN: 3VWDT71K66
Thank you for the help. The customer jumped ship on this car. I now own it. We pulled the camshaft out. It was whooped. # 3 exhaust lifter had the top blown off. I got a cam, bearings and lifters. Installed them with no improvement to the problem. I think I'm ... Trouble codes: P0302 (Cylinder 2 Missfire Detected).
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