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Old 12-07-2021, 03:33 PM
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Good, sounds like your alternator is okay. Though driving around and monitoring it would be better confirmation, what you have looks good.

Definitely pick up a battery just as a matter of preventative maintenance. Cooler weather is coming anyway and if that battery is border line, it won't be for long. Was going to ask you if temperatures were falling there when you said the performance tanked after being mostly normal.
Ok The new battery is installed and Iím going to register it using ISTA. Itís a 95 amp hour battery, I had a 95 hour battery in there already. But the original OEM battery was 90. I donít think it matters that much to register as a 90. If I have to program it Iíll have to take it to the dealer or get ISTA P which is like 80 GB.

Weíll see how it goes
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Sadly the new battery didnít correct the issue. At least I have a new battery though so for the sake of preventative maintenance thatís done.

At this rate I should just replace my valve Tronic motor for the heck of it lol
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Did you get the battery registered to the car?
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Sadly the new battery didnít correct the issue. At least I have a new battery though so for the sake of preventative maintenance thatís done.

At this rate I should just replace my valve Tronic motor for the heck of it lol
I wasn't overly hopeful on the battery and wouldn't have recommended it except you said your batt was 5+ years old. That's about the usable life span of a battery in a modern BMW from my experience.

@ 250k I guess the valve tronic could be getting sluggish, but with the codes you have it wouldn't be my first salvo in the parts cannon.
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I wasn't overly hopeful on the battery and wouldn't have recommended it except you said your batt was 5+ years old. That's about the usable life span of a battery in a modern BMW from my experience.

@ 250k I guess the valve tronic could be getting sluggish, but with the codes you have it wouldn't be my first salvo in the parts cannon.
Itís all good man you gave me the inspiration I needed to replace it anyway. It was going to go bad at some point who knows maybe even this winter.

After the full system reset, and resetting all of the modules, that O2 sensor code came back as pending. Thereís definitely something going on there I need to go look at the O2 sensor tomorrow. I read that a bad O2 sensor could cause shuttering and shaking during acceleration. I hope thatís whatís up!
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Did you get the battery registered to the car?
Hey, thanks for the comment! Yeah, I used ISTA to register the battery. Took about two minutes to get it done!
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Can you read out the current LTFTs and STFTs? What out about lambda outputs?
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Can you read out the current LTFTs and STFTs? What out about lambda outputs?
Hi thanks for the reply! Can you tell me what LTFT and STFT is please? I can do that this morning!

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Long and short term fuel trim and also ignition adaptation values.
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Long and short term fuel trim and also ignition adaptation values.
I'm not sure if this is exactly what you're looking for but I took pictures of ISTA before and after a 15 minute drive. This is from overnight cold to running temperature where the shudder starts. So far I still do not have a CEL but that O2 sensor code is pending. I could buy a brand new Bosch O2 sensor for $150 if that is an issue.

If there's a different data set you're looking for I'll grab it just tell me where to find it and I'll get it on here ASAP!


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