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      12-12-2019, 02:35 PM   #1
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Carly - cylinder 9 misfire on an i6?

Hey all,

noticed an occasional stumble yesterday when rolling back onto the gas after coasting. No check engine light.

Ran Carly to pull the codes and got one engine fault code for 'cylinder 9 misfire' - 002B3D

Is there any obvious way I can find out which cylinder '9' really means?

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      12-12-2019, 03:42 PM   #2
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https://www.newtis.info/tisv2/a/en/

doesn't seem to be on here.

Is this a troll joke. Or did you even realize the i6 is a new 2020 model.

https://www.bmwblog.com/2016/01/20/b...rrive-in-2020/

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      12-12-2019, 07:30 PM   #3
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Assuming you have an MSV80, 2B3D is actually "0x2B3D DMTL, Systemfehler" - which doesn't tell us a whole lot other than there being something wrong with the tank leakage module.
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Yeah Carly sometimes mixes up the code definitions for other BMW vehicles. The code you have is for something to do with the DMTL pump.
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Ah, thank you. Maybe the stumbling wasn't related to the code then (it hasn't done it again since).

From the other codes, looks like the battery got low while the car was sitting for a couple of weeks. Cleared the codes, charged the battery and will see if they come back.

Thanks for pointing me toward the tank leak detection module!
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Quote:
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https://www.newtis.info/tisv2/a/en/

doesn't seem to be on here.

Is this a troll joke. Or did you even realize the i6 is a new 2020 model.

https://www.bmwblog.com/2016/01/20/b...rrive-in-2020/
Sorry for the confusion, I meant i6 as in "inline-6" cylinder engine (and therefore impossible to have an issue with cylinder #9).
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Quote:
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https://www.newtis.info/tisv2/a/en/

doesn't seem to be on here.

Is this a troll joke. Or did you even realize the i6 is a new 2020 model.

https://www.bmwblog.com/2016/01/20/b...rrive-in-2020/
...inline 6...
is your post a troll post?
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It would be impossible to find a cylinder on the I6
and Carly would really have to be ahead of the curve
on diagnostics.
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It would be impossible to find a cylinder on the I6
and Carly would really have to be ahead of the curve
on diagnostics.
How can you have nearly 10,000 posts on a BMW forum and not know what I6 stands for? You drive around all day with one less than a metre from you!
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Because nobody ever says that unless they are directly talking about
the Engine and they usually don't abbreviate it.
Also the I6 is and actual planned electric model now.

Do you see I6 as a designated model at the top of any of these forums?

Where is the I6 forum.
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Quote:
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Because nobody ever says that unless they are directly talking about
the Engine and they usually don't abbreviate it.
Also the I6 is and actual planned electric model now.

Do you see I6 as a designated model at the top of any of these forums?

Where is the I6 forum.
This guy was directly talking about the engine. He's asking a rhetorical question (How can a 6-cylinder engine have a misfire on cylinder 9?). Abbreviating Inline-6 as I6 is very common and has been done since before many of us were born.
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Lol, it is not only called a straight six, but yes also an I6 or inline 6.
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