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  1. Looks tasty!! Ian used his first one for track days (Goodwood just down the road) the last one is all Hill Climb stuff
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  2. Morning Jack Try talking to some of the BMW specialists I dont know where you are but my Brother Inlaw has used a guy in West London (Hayes/Uxbridge) on several BMW's BW Tuning I think. Have a Google and talk to them is what I would do Dave
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  3. I have a friend who built 2 Caterham's he described them as his weekend adrenalin pumps. My son does have the right idea as he will probably get the beer out of my Garage fridge !!! Cheeky boy
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  4. Morning Thomas Welcome to the Forum I went through the same dilemma a long time ago, my X5 4.6is was reaching the end of it's extended Warranty what to do?? Well after trying new X5's (E70's at the time) and a few other Marques F Pace Jag, ML Etc, I decided to keep the 4.6. As an Engineer I have always carried out a lot of work on my cars myself driven by a need to know and a mistrust of some dealers (that's another story). I found a local BMW Specialist who I use for annual service/MOT and of course keeps the service history up to date. I also took out an after market Warranty in c
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  5. Morning Simon Welcome to the Forum I think you may have posted in the wrong spot, if I am reading your post correctly it says X3 not 3 series However BMW like to place the battery in the boot under the floor, if they are charged or jump started directly at the battery damage can be caused to the electrical system. The car should be charged at the posts under the bonnet or jump started there as well. I hope that is the case with your X3 and that it hasn't been jump started at the battery. Normally disconnecting the battery negative post first then live (some people touch the
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  6. Morning Michael Welcome to the Forum It sounds as though the hand brake switch is sticking or loose, it should be located under the centre consul at the back of the hand brake. Some contact cleaner may solve the problem Dave
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