Originally Posted by LagMode335i
Sorry to hear that; 34K is pretty good. What was the part number of the replacement pump?
here's what they stated:
car starts normally at this time. read fault memory. no faults stored. checked fuel pressure drop of low pressures fuek ciircuit as per SIB 13 08 09. low pressure fuel system pressure is 6 bar when running pump and drops to 4.6 bar after 10min performed high and low pressure fuel system test as per SIb 13 07 09. system passes all test as per N54 fuel system diag tree. high pressure fuel pump should be replaced.
and thats what they did.
Originally Posted by jt335i
Sorry to hear that you've now joined the ever growing HPFP Failure Club.
On the other hand, at 34K, you should call the Guinness Book of World Records and submit a entry for the longest life of a 335i HPFP. Just kidding.
Hope you get another 34K out that replacement.
Me, I'm just playing Russian Roulette every time I drive wondering when the bullet is going to strike my 335.
i have never heard anybody making it as far as i have either. lol even though it fails and its bummer to drop it off at the dealer. i still love the driving experience. puts a smile on my face every time