Got a 2000 328i BMW car didn't go over 40 gave me a code of mass air flow sensor replaced and run for 10 miles no problem then again same problem mechanic said might be because need to replace with original part now no code but car start but can't move at all

Asked by May 26, 2017 at 01:59 PM about the 2000 BMW 3 Series 328i Sedan RWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Your description is not very clear. It sounds like there may be something physical and not electrically controlled, a loose clamp, dirty filter, gas filter, etc. It could be the fuel pump. On BMW's they do not always show up on the computer, but there should be a mechanical connector to measure the fuel pressure that is easy to get too. SOunds like you should get another opinion by somebody who knows BMW's and can actually touch and feel the car. Good Luck

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