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      10-19-2013, 10:22 AM   #1
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335i N54 question about starting

when I start my newly bought 2006 335i when engine cold in the morning or after switch engine off for ~30mins (i.e. still warm), the starting does not sound very immediate and the crank last for ~1sec. it is not really a long crank as what I hear on youtube for those HPFP failure, but the start is just not sound as immediate as if I start it right after I switch off, or as swift as my old Z3 with M54 engine.

I bring it to BMW and they replace my starter (without telling me what exactly is the problem), yet afterwards it appears just the same to me.

I am not sure if I am just too sensitive?
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