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E60 misfiring

Ct13

Well-Known Member
Anyone knows any workshop open today? My ride misfiring the morning. Haiz....

No warranty message, car shaking...

Thanks.
Ct
 
Re: E60 misfiring

You are faster than calling AAS. Cheers
 
Re: E60 misfiring

Sounds like ignition coil failure. Even if you're able to find a workshop that's open, they may not have the part for replacement. Best is not to drive it today. Wait till tomorrow and drive slowly to one of our workshops here.
 
Re: E60 misfiring

SpoiltBrat;1046579 said:
You are faster than calling AAS. Cheers

=) guess this is also the reason why people post here. sometimes forumers respond faster =)
 
E60 misfiring

vegadonovan;1046590 said:
=) guess this is also the reason why people post here. sometimes forumers respond faster =)

Bro you super fast hands fast legs!
 
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Re: E60 misfiring

Thanks all, hope it is the spark plug issue rather than the ignition coil.... Let's see...
 
Re: E60 misfiring

Ct13;1046605 said:
Thanks all, hope it is the spark plug issue rather than the ignition coil.... Let's see...

Encounter similar problem as yours, 1 out of 6 ignition coil was faulty is enough to cause the shaking/vibration in my case.
 
Re: E60 misfiring

Had this problem before. Site sponsor workshop change 1 of the 6 ignition coils and issues resolved.
 
Re: E60 misfiring

symbiosis;1046778 said:
Had this problem before. Site sponsor workshop change 1 of the 6 ignition coils and issues resolved.


i had this problem recently...last thursday, but after like 3-4 times of restarting the car, seems ok liao...till now nothing happen... Can someone advise me what is the main thing i should be looking out for?


AH wil...
 
Re: E60 misfiring

Main thing is engine vibrate violently when crusing or accelerating.

Visited one of the site sponsor workshop and replace all ignition coils and spark plugs.
 
Re: E60 misfiring

For me, the replacement solved the problem. Mine is a straight forward case. No engine fault diagnosed. I accept the ws recommendation as it is logical and make sense to me.

Engine running smoothly so far so good.
 
Re: E60 misfiring

Diagnosed with no.5 cylinder misfiring. Was thinking where it changed 6 or 1 ignition coil. End up decided to changed 6 ignition coil & all spark plug for a piece of mind.
 
Re: E60 misfiring

Hi I face the same problem...may I know where did u fix the problem and how much it cost?...Thks
 
Re: E60 misfiring

Keenchia;1049061 said:
Hi I face the same problem...may I know where did u fix the problem and how much it cost?...Thks

I choose one of the site sponsor workshop at sin ming. You can call them over the phone for a quote.
 
Re: E60 misfiring

Keenchia;1049061 said:
Hi I face the same problem...may I know where did u fix the problem and how much it cost?...Thks

Any site sponsor will do, it is a simple job. Damage should be 500+- to change all ignition coil.
 

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