j2112

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j2112 last won the day on June 22 2015

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  1. I used the dedicated Westfalia kit on my E60 - very straightforward.
  2. Considering doing the vac lines myself. 3mm? And will it take 10m? Mines a 525 right enough.
  3. On mine it was the crank pulley as already stated. The inner rubber 'doughnut' had started to perish which meant the the outer portion which drives the belt wasn't always travelling at the same speed as the crankshaft, if that makes sense. Whilst trying to diagnose it (having been trailered home) I only found it as the outer part fell off
  4. In the clock menu - it's called hour memo or note iirc!?
  5. The first link is the guy I used to do mine. I have absolutely no complaints about the service. Great communication and quick turnaround. I also got him to update the software on the unit, meaning I got the silver screen too - 16 months later and still going strong. If I'd had the money at the time (still don't ) I'd have considered NBT or even CIC, though this was by far the simplest and most straightforward option ......
  6. Have to agree You could try disconnecting and reconnecting but that's a long shot, particularly as it was working even after the battery change ........ I've replaced mine twice
  7. That's what I was thinking ......
  8. In my E60 I can hear the motor running after the mirrors have closed fully. I had coded them to close on the fob but don't recall any parameters - I had also thought there was a physical 'stop' .......
  9. Nice one. Silly of me to presume the reboot had been done
  10. Once it gets to the constant boot stage I think it's beyond coding
  11. I think as standard it's almost 15 minutes, but as said, Baus shortened his timer, as did I. It was easily done via NCS Edit: don't ask me how
  12. Changed the first of the two damaged door trim finishers on the offside. Rear is more difficult I believe due to the rubber trim being glued to the frame - have to look into that a bit more.
  13. TBH I haven't enquired but saw it on realoem at $123. That's for both the spring and damper which must come as a complete unit?
  14. Will do
  15. Blooming expensive part! I think I'll try a breakers first, but failing that I might have to live with it