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  • I have several ECUs, i live in California in the USA. The 528e used a couple ECUs, the numbers escape me but they were superceded by the green sticker 027, the 1988 model march-december of 87 production date used motronic 1.1 and the ECU ended in 154 with an orange sticker. I have a ton of each, and literally about 120 ECUs of various kinds. Let me know if you are interested, i...
    markie_markd Apr 18, 2008
  • you can check realoem.com for the entire parts list so you can see exactly which parts. Hope that helps a little sachida_raman wrote: 1986 528(e) has faint cracks in fuel return hose that is next to cold start valve. I would like to change it but am not sure whether the entire hose is one piece. It seems to be connected in a T fashion but I do not any bracket. Also, size of the...
    Markie markd Sep 24, 2007
  • its a joke, its just two hose clamps, take off the hoses, and a sensor if i recall. its right in front of the gas tank, dont confuse it for the fuel filter however. make sure just to put jackstands under the car and thats pretty much it. sachida_raman wrote: Took the car on a 300 mile trip and "aired" it out on the highway. Got back safetly but the next day, the car would not start...
    Markie markd Aug 16, 2007
  • its a joke, its just two hose clamps, take off the hoses, and a sensor if i recall. its right in front of the gas tank, dont confuse it for the fuel filter however. make sure just to put jackstands under the car and thats pretty much it. sachida_raman wrote: Took the car on a 300 mile trip and "aired" it out on the highway. Got back safetly but the next day, the car would not start...
    Markie markd Aug 16, 2007
  • you can find the spring rate info on www.m535i.org its around 166 in front, the tires and shocks are the main reason why a car is too harsh however. --- In bmwe28@^$1, "Pete" wrote: > > Hello all, I have an '88 M5 that is being restored and I was wondering > if anyone here knew what the stock spring rate was? The previous owner > used it as a track car and the ride is just too...
    markie_markd Aug 14, 2007
  • sometimes you need to jack up the drivers side part of the car and bleed it since air can be trapped in that point of the system, what about the clutch fan? --- In bmwe28@^$1, "elswwjd316" wrote: > > I have a 528e which still overheats after doing the following: > > Replaced head gasket and checked flatness of head and block. > Flushing radiator and block. > Removing thermostat...
    markie_markd Aug 14, 2007