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First scan for a code,then you will know whats wrong,need OBDII scan tool.
Posted on May 13, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: eml on my mini coopers
the engine control unit has detected a fault light illuminated which in turn reduces ability to gain high revs as a damage limitation exercise , known as limp home , car requires diagnostic computer to check fault codes to indicate faulty component causing ecu to go into limp home mode
Posted on Oct 13, 2008
Sometimes you can reset the engine warning light by disconnecting the battery for ten minutes or more (be sure you have your stereo unlock code if needed).
That is not a good solution, it is better to diagnose and eventually fix the problem.
Have the car computer scanned with a code reader, the codes you get in return witll tell you exactly where to find the problem.
Here is the code list.
To get the codes the code reader must be connected to the car computer.
sometimes on Bmw you may need a Interface 16 pin Adapter, depending on the code reader.
Here is a home user code reader : PocketScan™ OBD II Code Reader (AXRCP9125 ...
Here is a good scaner.
Always better having the job done at a qualified garage.
Posted on Oct 24, 2008
SOURCE: EML light went on. What is this?
Engine Management Light, same as a Check Engine Light... simply means a sensor component on your vehicle is malfunctioning You'll need to have someone with a tester to run diagnostics and retrieve codes to find exactly what the culprit is. Don't be surprised if it's the Throttle Positioning Sensor (TPS), common problem on BMWs
Posted on Jun 07, 2009
well the problem mostly is from
so try to clean it or change it other wise check the fuel filter and fuel pressure regulator
Posted on Aug 10, 2009
get car onto diagnostic machine to find the fault, then you can decide if you want to fix it or get the garage to do it for you....
ive been in the trade for years and with modern cars guesing whats wrong is too costly..computers are good for somethings.....
Posted on Aug 18, 2010
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