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      09-04-2011, 08:00 PM   #1
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Nother stock e92 =)

So I finally pulled the trigger on a Black e92 335i sport package, with light interior which I have grown to absolutely love!

So far I have had the car for 2 days and wrapped up 400 miles at 17! This car is everything I thought it would be and then some!

But today has been a bad day, I was turning right onto an intersection and a truck went around me and cut me off. The only way I could avoid a collision was to merge right onto a curb This resulted in major curb rash, crushed ego, and 4 error codes (which I will post and hopefully some will chime in?)

She is stock.... For now

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THE CODES::
If anyone know's what these mean, how to get them fixed (dealer I know) My alignment is also out of whack.
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      09-05-2011, 12:16 AM   #2
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By "wrapped up 400 miles at 17!", do you mean that you're 17? Lol.

Anyways, gratz on your new baby! Judging by what I'm getting from this, you might want to start with checking your tires for air leaks. Basically, your DBC (Dynamic braking control) computer is networked and works in conjunction with the vehicle's other chassis control systems, such as Dynamic Stability Control (DSC) and the anti-lock brake system (ABS). You should really get things checked out as soon as possible and refrain from braking hard and go easier on turns until things are resolved at your dealership. Hopefully other members will be able to help you out. Good luck!
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I meant 17MPG haha, but yes since these came up I have been driving easy and keeping an eye on the problem tire (passenger rear) I should know more tomorrow. Hopefully nothing to serious so soon.

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hmmm sounds like you hit the curb pretty hard, i'd get it checked out at bmw and see what they have to say and take it to an alignment specialist and have them realign it just to be on the safe side. glad to see another bimmer joining! i have 45k miles on my car in 2 years lol beat that ;P (really though don't!) reason being is the warranty will make a big difference in your wallet and it'll be nice to you trust me
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