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      09-13-2012, 02:53 PM   #23
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Just picked up my car today. Good thing I got extended warranty just a few weeks ago.

Labour and parts went to $1800 or so.
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      09-13-2012, 02:55 PM   #24
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Did they replace the manifold too?
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      09-13-2012, 03:20 PM   #25
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Yes they did. That part was about $1,100.
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      09-13-2012, 09:32 PM   #26
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One last thing, just checked my invoice and one of the reasons stated due to changing the air intake manifold was "carbon build-up."

My car only has 22,000 kms (14,000 miles) on it.
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      09-14-2012, 08:13 AM   #27
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GBD, if the invoice shows it, could you post the part number for the intake? I'll find it on realoem, and post the image so we can all see exactly which part had the carbon buildup.
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One last thing, just checked my invoice and one of the reasons stated due to changing the air intake manifold was "carbon build-up."

My car only has 22,000 kms (14,000 miles) on it.
Another low mileage d w/carbon build-up problems?
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      09-14-2012, 09:48 AM   #29
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Another low mileage d w/carbon build-up problems?
I agree, this kind of news makes me think again about blocking off the EGR and coding it out (assuming that can be done).
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I agree, this kind of news makes me think again about blocking off the EGR and coding it out (assuming that can be done).
We need to find a way....
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Yes DD the invoice does indeed show the part #. Will post it when I get home after work.
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Here is the part #:

11-61-8-519-140
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      09-14-2012, 01:51 PM   #33
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01 Intake manifold with flap control

02 PROFILE-GASKET

03 PROFILE-GASKET

04 Rubber seal

05 Fastening elements. M6X42

06 Rubber Mounting

07 backup ring

08 Clip nut. M6-ZNS3

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      09-14-2012, 03:28 PM   #34
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Unbelievable that it had to be replaced with so few miles. It's great for you that this happened, just for the peace of mind. Never thought I'd say that about a repair!
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Unbelievable that it had to be replaced with so few miles. It's great for you that this happened, just for the peace of mind. Never thought I'd say that about a repair!
So true. It got me thinking if sometimes it's something that they could have cleaned off the carbon instead of replacing the entire manifold. Was it a situation where the dealer has a hidden agenda for internal numbers/figures and chose to replace it instead?

Anyhow, the final after parts, labour, loaner and taxes went to $1958.90!
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      09-14-2012, 06:25 PM   #36
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I need to get myself educated about the extended maintenance plans. All it takes is one repair like this and it's virtually paid for itself. I bet you're thanking your lucky stars for buying your plan!
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Yes I am DD but for me it really was a no brainer. It pretty much has already paid itself off.
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That is crazy. Seems a little suspect this had to be replaced.
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I have heard of this before.
Earlier I had a E46 330d where the turbo was worn out and needed to be replaced.
At that incident I saw the inside of the intake manifold. It was all black and filled with some black residue from the EGR inlet. At that point the car had done +300.000km
I had it until 542.000km and had no problems with that myself though.
And yes, it is possible to blind the EGR and code it. I have seen this on other coding fora.
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I need to get myself educated about the extended maintenance plans. All it takes is one repair like this and it's virtually paid for itself. I bet you're thanking your lucky stars for buying your plan!


I got some quotes some time ago from BMW vender over on Bimmerfest. I could not find a dealer that could beat his price.
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I got some quotes some time ago from BMW vender over on Bimmerfest. I could not find a dealer that could beat his price.
If you don't mind, would you pm that info when you get a chance?
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If you don't mind, would you pm that info when you get a chance?
You have PM, just not here.
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Very true DD. The SA told me one way or another that I will get a new manifold. He said it costs $1,100 and that the dealership will honour it even if the adjuster doesn't.

Funniest part was them having no loaners until 2pm today so they got me a Chevy Malibu from Enterprise car rental.
They should buy you a sandwich just for putting you in such a piece of shit!
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