Re introducing myself with my new front grilles that I’m rather proud of…
Same car that made me join the forum…clutch, DMF and chains done and just aced another MOT. The old girl is pushing 200k now tho so got her a new face (kidney grilles swapped)
Damn I never replied …
So to catch it up, the issue was the bulb holders/cluster arrangement had an issue which melted the plug and somehow took the REM module with it. So even with the plug repaired and a new board/cluster still nothing.
so REM fitted and some pain getting it coded (I really wanna know how to do stuff like that) all was working and all the things that stopped working because of the used REM now work again.
and then very recently I’ve ditched the rear lights swapped to LCI rears, wired and coded etc. just front head lights to swap now.
also fitted some new front grilles which I’m particularly impressed with.
The only thing I have to say back is that when they gave me the invoice and done all the work they stated that the reason for an engine replacement was because they couldn’t guarantee to clean it out properly and therefore a complete swap would eradicate that. But, in the response they say we were warned about the debris, well surely than won’t matter as they swapped all the parts? Seems like a contradiction is all. Once again thanks for your reply I’ve had a lot of help from yourself.
Update - bmw have looked at the car. The issue/noise was the top mount. Wasn’t anything to do with the dust kit on the shocks, which was fitted correctly. The issue was all the parts didn’t go back together properly because of the age/condition of them. 1/2 labour to diagnose the noise/issue - £700 all in for both sides to be replaced.
Hi all. I am having Bluetooth problems on my BMW 2010 f11 520d SE Touring. I want to replace the Bluetooth Antenna. Does anyone know where it might be located? I have read either in the central console area or in the roof?