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  1. icibuy
    04-02-2012 10:52 AM - permalink
    icibuy
    when i get home this evening I'll start troubleshooting the main relay on the '88 325. What is upstream from the relay that could prevent it from working--if that's the case and it not just bad?

    Also, on the initial prime of the fuel system...it that a noticeable pump "weer" or is it so short it maybe undetectable?

    It doesn't have a security system--at least none that I have noted.

    Thanks for your help.

    Bob
  2. Manolito
    01-09-2011 09:32 PM - permalink
    Manolito
    Judging by your posts, you like helping people and you know at least as much about cars as I do, but we have different areas of expertise.

    Ever thought about starting your own DIY web page?
    Mine is at Farm Boy Home

    I have another half-dozen projects in photos on my hard drive that I have never gotten around to putting up on the site.

    If you start a page, I will put a link to it from my page.

    My current goal is to make some better sunroof DIY projects. I have sunroof problems on both e36s and e46s that I have not fixed yet. The key is better photographs. I look at the DIY sites of sunroof fixes and I cannot tell from the pictures what is going on.

    Manolito
  3. crazeetowntatto
    06-25-2008 12:39 AM - permalink
    crazeetowntatto
    i didnt get that email you sent my address is crazeetowntat2@yahoo.com. thanks for all your help on this man
  4. coolbear1
    06-19-2008 08:03 PM - permalink
    coolbear1
    Yes,
    Enough to keep my old one on the road. I can't buy anything else now. I'm too old to start with something else.

    I have had Three E30s, and one E36.
    I keep them a long time, one E30 over 20 years, almost a half million miles.
    The E36 I have now since new and its a 93 with 270,000 miles.
    I have never once ever let anyone work on one of my cars, not even change the oil or rotate the tires, except during the warranty period.
    Not because I am cheap, I don't trust anyone.
  5. crazeetowntatto
    06-19-2008 06:27 PM - permalink
    crazeetowntatto
    dude you know the e36?

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    74 911 targa blk on blk, Carrera fend., tires & whls. gone, missed
    85 325e bought new, totaled after 20 years & 465K miles, trouble free service.
    01 Ford Ranger 4dr stpsd 4wd. I drive,here
    88 325i convert. only 98k miles,gone, sold
    93 325i.here, 98 Z-3 roadster. gone, 08 128 cabro gone

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