Removing the box and replacing the flywheel.
Here we see the wear of teeth in the flywheel and also the poor condition of the guide bearing.
Replacement of the guide bearing and installation of the new flywheel.
Transmission management was problematic. At times the reports no longer pass.
We have disassembled the Mecatronic for the replacement of the speed sensor.
In passing cleaning of the position sensors of the different ratios.
Loss of diesel on this series 6.
Disassembly of the manifold was necessary for the replacement of the relevant parts.
The parking aid system no longer worked on this Bmw.
A water leak is responsible for the breakdown,
Can not be repaired.
After replacing the module and repairing the water leak everything works correctly.
This VW TOURAN had an engine management problem and this most often in wet weather.
Replacing the PMH sensor did not solve the problem. We had to check the wire harness.
A cable was damaged in its sheath ….
We replaced the defective part and the vehicle now runs properly.
We have removed a particulate filter as well as the EGR valve of a Volvo C30 1.6 Hdi.
Given the cost of replacing these two elements and the fact that the owner of the vehicle only travels in urban areas, it has been decided to abolish the latter.
This action has two advantages:
– 50% cheaper than replacement parts
– Lifetime EGR and FAP valve removal
Here are the steps:
– Removal of the FAP
– Cutting the FAP
– Emptying the FAP
– FAP closure and welding
– Reprogramming of the electronic box
BMW 1 series F20 / F21 (2011→)
BMW 2 series F22 (2014→)
BMW 3 series F30 / F31 / F32 (2011→)
BMW 3 GT F34 (2013→)
BMW 4 series F32 / F33 / F36 (2014→)
BMW 4 GC F36 (2014→)
BMW 5 series F10 / F11 (2009→)
BMW 5 GT F07 (2009→)
BMW 6 series F12 / F13 (2011→)
BMW 6 GC F06 (2012→)
BMW 7 series F01/F02/F03/F04 (2008→)
BMW X3 F25 (2011→)
BMW X4 F26 (2012→)
BMW X5 F15 (2013→)
BMW X6 F16 (2014→)
POLISHING FOLLOWING REFUSAL OF TECHNICAL CONTROL.