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      04-11-2014, 06:02 PM   #89
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Yes. Filters get better as they collect whatever is trying to pass through them.
Few people know that the particles stuck in the filter actually ripen and give off cleaning agents which, as a natural byproduct, improve the cetane rating of the diesel passing through it and fight CBU over time.
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      04-11-2014, 11:03 PM   #90
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Yes. Filters get better as they collect whatever is trying to pass through them.
So whats an appropriate interval? Service book says every 2nd oil change.
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So whats an appropriate interval? Service book says every 2nd oil change.
Then go by that.
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      04-13-2014, 10:55 PM   #92
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on my block the dealer keeps putting it off, I had 3rd oil change under my ownership and still NO replacement of fuel filter

called around there is no way of convincing them to do it, the tech makes a call and it does not matter if you tell them about the service journal 2nd oil change interval

"the Fob does not call for it"
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I feel like I saw 30k somewhere... every other sounds good but ill be doing mine every 3rd as I do oil changes at the 8k mark and 16k sounds a bit short for these.
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I feel like I saw 30k somewhere... every other sounds good but ill be doing mine every 3rd as I do oil changes at the 8k mark and 16k sounds a bit short for these.
I can't find the reference but I got in my head the factory interval oil change for the diesel is 13,000 miles, while the gasoline is/used to be 15,000 miles.

So that means new fuel filter every 26k per factory service manual recc.
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on my block the dealer keeps putting it off, I had 3rd oil change under my ownership and still NO replacement of fuel filter

called around there is no way of convincing them to do it, the tech makes a call and it does not matter if you tell them about the service journal 2nd oil change interval

"the Fob does not call for it"
They changed mine at 25k miles based on the key fob. That was even before the second oil change at 27k. But the oil change delay was because they screwed up the computer.
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So even more confusion for this part. I'm being told that for my model year, the part # has changed to:

13-32-7-802-939

And that I'm looking at $250 for it.

EDIT: Turns out that includes the heater too. My bad.

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So is there any tool out there that works to vent/prime the HPFP for model years newer than 09? I have a 2011 and it appears the BT tool doesnt support models newer than 09. I'd like to change the FF myself, but I dont want to run the HPFP dry....
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So is there any tool out there that works to vent/prime the HPFP for model years newer than 09? I have a 2011 and it appears the BT tool doesnt support models newer than 09. I'd like to change the FF myself, but I dont want to run the HPFP dry....
FYI, I talked to the BT support people late last week; they said they've got the new software that supports 335d/2010+ and newer F3x cars out there in beta test and will be rolling it out within the next month.

I have a Windows phone; no BMWhat for me.
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FYI, I talked to the BT support people late last week; they said they've got the new software that supports 335d/2010+ and newer F3x cars out there in beta test and will be rolling it out within the next month.

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thanks for this bit of info. I had the dreaded SES light come on last Friday. Car is going into the shop tomorrow. P02CE, "Cylinder 2 Fuel Injector Offset Learning At Min Limit". Looks like carbon build up has bit me.
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So is there any tool out there that works to vent/prime the HPFP for model years newer than 09? I have a 2011 and it appears the BT tool doesnt support models newer than 09. I'd like to change the FF myself, but I dont want to run the HPFP dry....
I've used the Bavarian Technic tool to prime the fuel pump on my 2011 335d. Many times. From back on post 7 of this thread:

http://www.e90post.com/forums/showpo...15&postcount=7
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I feel like I saw 30k somewhere... every other sounds good but ill be doing mine every 3rd as I do oil changes at the 8k mark and 16k sounds a bit short for these.
Ya. I've read/heard anywhere from 30-45 k miles but it's hard to get a concrete answer.
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