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      05-30-2022, 11:58 PM   #1
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Blowby heater elbow connection melting

Check engine light is on and mixture control 1 and 2 fault codes come up (29E0, 29E1) I did some snooping around and noticed the PCV blowby heater elbow melted as the recall mentioned might happen. It unfortunately looks like it maybe melted a hole in the breather hose and also possibly ruined one of the screw holes for its mounting.

I am going to replace the hose and have to repair the electrical connector as well. https://www.fcpeuro.com/products/bmw...-12527507529kt

My question is do you think the intake manifoldis still usable? If the hole is too loose / threads melted how would I go about fixing that? Epoxy?
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