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E46 M3 (2001-2006) Engine: S54 - Max Hp: 333 hp at 7,900 rpm / 262 lb/ft at 4,900 rpm
Total Produced: 45,000+ - Years Produced: 2001 to 2006.


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Old Tue, Oct-09-2018, 08:28:18 PM   #41
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Default Re: Will the e46 dsc not accept a 275/35 rear and 265/35 front?!?

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Brake kleen you can usually just wipe it off with a rag but to clean the electrical plugs with electronics contact cleaner itís at auto parts stores. But yes I have seen the rings on the hubs come off or get lopsided and it wonít read right.


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Thank you! Ill go grab some. But new wheels wouldnít mess with hub would they? Like this isnít necessarily random. Itís strictly from new wheels.
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Default Re: Will the e46 dsc not accept a 275/35 rear and 265/35 front?!?

Lots of guys on facebook keep saying my rolling diameter is off but i cant imagine these tire sizes being that off
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It my be time to drop your car off at the dealership. They have a lot of magic testing equipment you canít afford. Tell them youíre gonna go next door for a beer and when you get back they can tell you how they fixed it or why itís not fixed. It may be more cost effective than seeing a shrink... and still have this issue with your ride.


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Default Re: Will the e46 dsc not accept a 275/35 rear and 265/35 front?!?

No the toothed wheels come off quite a bit. A lot of times you can use a flat screwdriver through the sensor hole and get it back on. I see it at least every couple of months.


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It my be time to drop your car off at the dealership. They have a lot of magic testing equipment you canít afford. Tell them youíre gonna go next door for a beer and when you get back they can tell you how they fixed it or why itís not fixed. It may be more cost effective than seeing a shrink... and still have this issue with your ride.


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Haha, ill never go to dealership. My indy shop maybe!
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No the toothed wheels come off quite a bit. A lot of times you can use a flat screwdriver through the sensor hole and get it back on. I see it at least every couple of months.


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Id need to push it towards wheel side?
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It my be time to drop your car off at the dealership. They have a lot of magic testing equipment you canít afford. Tell them youíre gonna go next door for a beer and when you get back they can tell you how they fixed it or why itís not fixed. It may be more cost effective than seeing a shrink... and still have this issue with your ride.


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Plus he is using inpa so he has the magic tools.


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Plus he is using inpa so he has the magic tools.


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I just wish my inpa gave me access to to dsc/abs, tpms. I ran an smg adaptation today but not sure if it finished before throwing an error
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Guys on facebook seem set that my tire sizes are out of the 1% rolling diameter difference allowance, is that possible?
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