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      05-21-2013, 09:34 PM   #1
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Fuel pump issue and outta warranty. Best dealership to ask for warranty in NJ?

I have an 07 335i that's out of warranty. I was giving the car some gas to overtake a car and the started to stutter a little bit. Didnt think too much of it. Gave it some gas again to check it if would happen again. Surely enough the car was bogging a little. Engine temps were okay (225). Now a check engine light is on.

Does this sound like a HFPF issue? What's the best dealer to go to in central NJ for the recall? Edison? DCH?
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HPFP is covered under a 120,000 mile warranty I believe.
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Would you guys say my symptoms fit the bill for that?
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Paul Miller is always pretty easy going when I go.
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OP do you have a tune in the car or an OBD scanning tool? If so, check the DME fault codes. Or some of these auto parts stores will check codes for free. Otherwise, you're just going to have to take it in to get looked at so the dealer can check it out. What you're describing could be HPFP, or any number of other things...
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OP do you have a tune in the car or an OBD scanning tool? If so, check the DME fault codes. Or some of these auto parts stores will check codes for free. Otherwise, you're just going to have to take it in to get looked at so the dealer can check it out. What you're describing could be HPFP, or any number of other things...
No tune in the car yet. The only light that came on is the SES light for passed due maintenance (cc-41). I'll have the codes ran just in case. I'm new to this car so thanks for the help. The last part of your statement is a little disconcerting. Haha
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No tune in the car yet. The only light that came on is the SES light for passed due maintenance (cc-41). I'll have the codes ran just in case. I'm new to this car so thanks for the help. The last part of your statement is a little disconcerting. Haha
Don't worry, actually many of tge the 'other' possibilities are easy fixes...valve cleaning, plugs and coils, etc. Keep us posted!
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I had a similar issue happen once, it basically just deactivated cylinder #5 and the car was shaky (Happened the same way you described your issue). I looked up the code and it was something not serious... I cleared the code and never had the issue again for at least 10k+ miles.
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Could be a injector happened to me last month and same symptoms
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Paul Miller is always pretty easy going when I go.
Love those wheels man. Are you on stock suspension and height with those? Did you have to roll your fenders?
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Love those wheels man. Are you on stock suspension and height with those? Did you have to roll your fenders?
Thanks man. Lowered on KW1 and fenders rolled.
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Thanks man. Lowered on KW1 and fenders rolled.
Could I run those with the factory tires and stock height for now? 245/35/19 and 265/35/19?
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