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      05-12-2022, 03:44 PM   #3
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For whatever reason if you haven't been able to resolve the issue, check the ground strap between the motor and body (should be connected under the engine bay from body rail to motor mount area). It seems to be common for these braided cables to corrode and break apart. I've seen this no start, no crank issue twice so far and it was the ground strap both times on my e90 335 and a friends X3.

An easier way to check also, take a set of jumper cables and connect one end to body and one to a metal area on the motor. See if it starts then. That is how i had to get my e90 back one day as it decided to break 30 minutes from home.

If you have solved the issue, I'd be curious to know what the solution was.

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