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      07-28-2013, 02:54 PM   #1
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Hi All, 1st thread.

Just bought an 09 335d in white, 75kms, dealer maintained car

It does not have an extended warranty. I'm quite handy having had a highly modified 2004 Jetta (which is for sale....

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Are there any DIY'ers in this section?

Has anyone found a repair manual for the engine? I have found the technical docs that another member posted, and found the Bentley, but it doesn't have any information about the diesel engine

Thanks in advance!
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      07-28-2013, 04:16 PM   #2
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Ya unfortunately a diesel section wasn't justified due to the limited number of cars. Still I'm surprised Bentley hasn't offered a diesel supplement.
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Ya unfortunately a diesel section wasn't justified due to the limited number of cars. Still I'm surprised Bentley hasn't offered a diesel supplement.
Yes, this is a bummer
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Yes, this is a bummer
I thought we called it a bimmer?!

As opposed to my beemer:
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335dFan, My father was just drewling over that exact bike (nearly) at cars & coffee this morning (to which he rode the f800r, leaving the r1200rt in the garage for the AM). It's funny because he would never buy a 4-wheeledBMW, but he's never bought another brand for his two-wheeled hobby.

Who is the young lad in the shot? Child'o'dfan or Complimentsofgoogle?

yatzee, let us know if you come up with anything. You could try the eurospec workshop manual off ebay, but there will be some dissimilarities.
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Who is the young lad in the shot? Child'o'dfan or Complimentsofgoogle?
That young fellow is my oldest son, who was about 2 years old at the time, and is now 41. That bike was great. It was a 1973 R75/5. I sold it out of necessity before I came back to the USA from Germany in 1975.

Had a 6-gallon tank, got 42 mpg, would cruise all-day long at 80 mph. Of course it would cruise up around 95-100 mph too, which I did, but that got a little tiring on the neck muscles. Note: no fairing. It cost me $2,600 new in early 1974. My riding buddy had a 1974 R90/6, which had a little more top end than mine, but I stayed ahead of him from standing still up to my top end. Mine was looser and was the opposite of a lemon.

If I were to buy a bike now, which would probably be a stupid idea, I would want the R1200R.
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yatzee, let us know if you come up with anything. You could try the eurospec workshop manual off ebay, but there will be some dissimilarities.
How much more complicated is our anti-pollution system compared to the euro system?

I'm sure I can track down something - will share if others are interested.
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ok, have done a bunch of research - here is what I've found.

Our engines are the M57TU2 TOP as per the technical docs someone else posted.

The 05-08 330d's in europe were M57TU2D30.

For the Euro 330d's, I've found this manual:

http://www.haynes.co.uk/webapp/wcs/s...egory_rn=10215

Thoughts?
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Our engines are the M57TU2 TOP as per the technical docs someone else posted.

The 05-08 330d's in europe were M57TU2D30.

For the Euro 330d's, I've found this manual:

http://www.haynes.co.uk/webapp/wcs/s...egory_rn=10215 Thoughts?
Should be fine for many things. Just remember the DDE and all sensors on emissions control stuff are different.
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Shoot, and that is the info I'm after. I might need to buy 1 of those sketchy DVDs that claim to be a copy of the factory manual
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Our engines use DDE7 (same as N57) whereas previous M57 used DDE6.
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Any updates on this? I am a fellow DIYer and am i need of the same manual. I am willing to pay if necessary....
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Any updates on this? I am a fellow DIYer and am i need of the same manual. I am willing to pay if necessary....
There isn't one. IIRC only North America received the M57 with DPF and SCR (Urea).
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But there has to be something. If we bring our cars into the dealer the techs are using something there. We just need to find someone willing to share it or someone who has hacked it liked they've done with the rest of the BMW manuals....
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i didn't find anything about our anti-pollution systems. I have some knowledge of the MB system, so I'll have to rely on that when dealing with an issue.

For the chassis, the bentley seems to be the way to go
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What would you guys recommend for directions on replacing injectors? Or even the engine wiring on the diesel? Looks like that's what I'll need next.

Any options there?
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What would you guys recommend for directions on replacing injectors? Or even the engine wiring on the diesel? Looks like that's what I'll need next.

Any options there?
Tow car to Dealership to be honest.
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Nah, I'll find the info I need somehow......and I'll share it here when I do
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