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Old 5th December 2008, 18:52   #221
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Any ideas where I can get a CPS at a good price? I know there is a link somewhere in the threads that pull up on the search. We should have a sticky for places to get commonly used parts like MAF's and CPS sensors.
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Old 5th December 2008, 21:11   #222
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Just to update my own response. I called the dealership. 115 bucks for a fuel filter, they had no idea on coil packs and CPS were 200 bucks a piece.

Emailed Chris at Dr. Vanos. CPS 100 bucks a piece, Coil packs 75 bucks a piece and the fuel filter was only 49. I should have got my MAF's from him as well.
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Maybe the other codes are side effects...
+1. Address the cps issue and you might be code-free. Secondary air code is a common 'collateral' code. Often these go bye-bye when cps issues are corrected.

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Code 69

SES three times in 7K miles, twice this week. Each code thrown is 69 - engine temp plausibility. Temp gauge rarely gets past the first dot and remains far left of center. Sensor or thermo stuck open? I haven't done the on-board temp test. I'm concerned, since I've read about how operating temp may be related to CBU.
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Sounds like a temp sensor on its last legs (giving 'implausible' readings).

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I had the same code, I changed the temp sensor (About $40 at dealer) but it came back on. I had to replace my thermostat to get rid of the code.
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Old 20th January 2009, 14:24   #227
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I recently had an SES light come on and purchased a Peake reader from bimmerzone. Then a buddy gave me an old one he wasn't using any more, so now I have a spare.

The one I purchased is the "combo" tool which can handle the older under-the-hood OBD connector as well as the one under the dash (it comes with an adapter cable). It works fine and comes with the case and book.

Original cost was $169.90 about one month ago.

I'll sell it for $150 via paypal, includes shipping in the US.

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I too just got a Peake code reader, model R5/FCX3, and I'm having a hard time figuring out which table to look at with codes "1b"..."69"...and "d0" ...anyone find a proper solution for those? I'm assuming "1b" is the table to go to (since it came up first) and that 69 and d0 are the codes in question? d0 = misfire during warm up? How do you fix a misfire? Any help, guidance would be appreciated.
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Table 18.

And as far as fixing a mis-fire, you generally just reset and see if it goes away. If it keeps recurring you typically need new plugs although there is a laundry list of other potential causes. In other words, don't worry about it.

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thanks for your advice. i figured there was not much I could do for a misfire. thing is the engine does not sound like it's misfiring. i'm going to reset the SES light and see if it comes back like you said...if it does i'll have to drive to the twin cities for a fix from a dealer

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