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Old 05-13-2012, 08:58 PM
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Originally Posted by JP-X3 View Post
I has happened three times within the last 2 months on my 2005 X3 E83 with A/T. I plugged the scan tool and cleared the SES light then it goes back to normal only if there's enough fuel in the tank.

I checked vacuum lines, cleaned MAF just in case but I suspect that the problem is low fuel pressure caused by dirty fuel filter (56K miles and never changed). I will replace the filter the first weekend of March because work / life is too busy nowadays.

MPG and performance have not changed.
Has anybody experienced this?
maybe you should to get a car diagnostic tool to check your car.
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