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      05-03-2013, 05:19 PM   #1
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Fuel Pump/DSC Error

Today when I went to drive my car, it ran for 5 seconds and shut off on me. I got a fuel pump and DSC error codes in iDrive. I am taking it in tomorrow morning and will post the results afterward on what they say. I am under warranty still so I am not bothered. I just hope my loaner car is something fun this time.
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      05-06-2013, 09:35 AM   #2
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No update yet. I will call them tomorrow. They didn't have a technician available on Saturday.
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The technician just cleared the codes and purged the air in the lines. Car runs fine now.

I think the low pressure fuel pump is starting to go out.
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Fuel pump went out today. At least they gave me another diesel loaner. The F30 28i was a disappointment.
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Monk, this is the first D fuel pump issue I have read about I think. More data points: Mileage, use of additives, JBD setting, frequency of application of JBD (well, you know what I mean---are you hammering it a lot?). Sorry this has to be you, but hopefully this is a random one-off kind of failure.
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I hope it's just a fluke occurrence and won't happen again. My car has 43k miles, and I drive it consistently kind of hard. I don't floor it all too often really. JBD has been set at 100% the whole time since July 2012 and no additives used.
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rare case of pump going out ussually on gassers they go out around 100k or so, the use of JB or additives I believe has nothing to do with the issue
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I believe I found the issue. They were saying my HID's were melting the battery cable causing an electrical error. These don't pull enough power to do that. There is a battery cable recall that causes the same exact issues on what mine has.

I hope that it's the recall that is causing this and not a fuel pump error.
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I believe I found the issue. They were saying my HID's were melting the battery cable causing an electrical error. These don't pull enough power to do that. There is a battery cable recall that causes the same exact issues on what mine has. I hope that it's the recall that is causing this and not a fuel pump error.
Monk, will defer judgement, but I don't think our D vehicles are part of that recall. So your electrical issue, if in fact it is an electrical issue, may be unrelated.
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Monk, will defer judgement, but I don't think our D vehicles are part of that recall. So your electrical issue, if in fact it is an electrical issue, may be unrelated.
It's not actually. I just called my friend and he checked to see about my car and said since I have the cold weather package, it is not part of the recall. Cars with the hot climate are under the recall though.
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