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      10-08-2013, 05:27 PM   #19
Viktimize
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Drives: 2007 335i, 2002 325i
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Originally Posted by mapleridge View Post
Clearing them didn't work.

I think the codes are from pulling the connector in the DME. I never touched the pins for those units. Aside from the throttle errors which are from resetting adaptations, I believe everything is on the same connector. X60007 which is the grey connector beside the one with the o2 sensor pins. I think the pins got bent and are not making contact. I can't make out any bent pins with my eyes. I sent it to the dealer. I don't think they are going to be able to figure it out.
Ya I didn't expect that clearing the codes would make the car start. But it would allow you to see if they come right back or not. If the codes came back the next time you tried to start, then you can pretty much guarantee there is something wrong with the connections you disturbed.