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Old 14th May 2007, 02:57   #1
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What is the DM-TL module, mine is broke?

Using peake code reader on my 2002 M5, and cannot figure out what this module is and how it could be leaking.

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Fuel detection leak module. Could it be you refueled with the ignition on? That could trigger the fault.
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I reset the codes, and they come back without any refueling inbetween. Maybe I will call BMA and inquire if there is a sensor or module that could be the source of the issue. Key is out of the ignition when I refuel.

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Do you remember the fault code #? The DMTL pump/module may have crapped out. If so, change it soon. I dont know if it will has any effect to the rest of the fuel system.
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Peake tools gave three codes for the table #18

2002 M5 with 90k on it. So far I have done sparkplugs, cabin filters, Air filter, Engine Oil and filter, Tranny fluid and Diff fluid. Next will most likely be to clean the MAF, change the valve cover gaskets, and fuel filter.

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Ab Secondary Air system- Valve sticking
7F DM-TL Module
28 After Cat O2 Heater Control cyl#5-8
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