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Paying too much for E46 330i
16-03-2018, 02:43 PM
Post: #81
RE: Paying too much for E46 330i
(15-03-2018 09:31 AM)Tjoppies Wrote:  Gizmo approved.smile bounce

was smoking and identified as CCVV , car was taken to technospec yesterday afternoon to get it replaced...

AND WIFE IS PICKING UP THE CAR TODAY

Which one is this ?

the one for R58k ?

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16-03-2018, 02:49 PM
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RE: Paying too much for E46 330i
No, the topic car.
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16-03-2018, 03:33 PM
Post: #83
RE: Paying too much for E46 330i
(15-03-2018 09:31 AM)Tjoppies Wrote:  Gizmo approved.smile bounce

was smoking and identified as CCVV , car was taken to technospec yesterday afternoon to get it replaced...

AND WIFE IS PICKING UP THE CAR TODAY

Is there a big variance in insured value vs price Bud ?

Current Rides
2006 Audi A4 Avant 1.8T 5 M/T FRC TUNED
2006 Audi A3 Sportsback 2.0T S-Tronic Ambition FRC ECU & S-TRONIC TUNED
(Ex BMW'S 2006 335i, 2003 330i, 2002 325i 2000 540i, 1998 318i MS, 1992 325i MEX)
(NON BMW'S 2003 POLO 1.6, 2000 200 STI, 2000 RSI 20V, 1999 GTI, 1998 RSI 20V)
(1997 RSI 20V 1997 MICROBUS 1992 GLI T/C, 1986 GLI T/C)
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17-03-2018, 10:41 AM (This post was last modified: 17-03-2018 10:41 AM by Solo Man.)
Post: #84
RE: Paying too much for E46 330i
My son's 1999 E46 328i with about 190k kms on the odo started smoking periodically. He would drive the car and then suddenly it would just smoke like mad for about a minute and then run clean without smoking for a few kilometres. I could not believe the amount of smoke from the exhaust when i drove with him to see what it was all about. We diagnosed it as the ccv valve and replaced that with a genuine part from the agents. Car is running smoothly now with no more smoking at all. Have not checked the oil consumption as we only replaced the part about six weeks ago but consumption should be nil.
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