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  1. Make sure the cap is seated properly. sometimes it doesnt quite line up / lock into position and then the rotor might touch the contacts in the cap.
  2. The used prices on I3's make them a champ. I would not buy new.
  3. On sale for Black Friday at $799. Check Blunt's website
  4. Have a quick Jack. Very happy with it. When not in use I roll it under the car and can just drive in and out. Used rubber blocks on factory lift points no issues.
  5. Inside and outside both have their issues. Outside means that hitting some road debris or a car accident could tear the line. Inside means fuel running near the passengers. An inertia switch on an electric fuel pump is not a terrible idea!
  6. Just crack the hard lines at the master and let some fluid and air escape out of the master. So that you don't push all that air down the lines.
  7. Head gasket replacement went fine. Make sure you zip tie the timing chain to the cog and use a bungee cord to keep the timing chain under tension so you don't loose timing. Other than that, it's just a few bolts. Took me about 2 hours to remove and 2 to install.
  8. I bought this one and it worked great Lisle 28100 Torque Angle Meter https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0002STSW6/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_dB0YDbPKMNE6E The head gasket came with angle torque instructions
  9. I have my battery under the back seat as well. I have a battery cutoff mounted exactly like yours. I have a 150 amp inline fuse. My negative is bolted directly to the floor pan but anywhere with thick metal and solid welds should be able to accommodate the negative terminal.
  10. Here you go. https://www.bmw2002faq.com/articles.html/technical-articles/body-and-interior/air-conditioning-basics-r126/
  11. Just pull the head and change the gasket. It really isn't a bad job as long as you are careful about maintaining timing.
  12. WN has the clear windshield for $158 + shipping. Shipping could be expensive so contact them and get a quote https://www.wallothnesch.com/en/windscreen-clear-glass-1502-2002-turbo-sedan-you-need-1-for-1-car-51-25-07.html
  13. I don't think it should touch. The electricity should travel through the spring. If you touch that blue bar to the rivet you will be bypassing the spring. I think that is a heat shield protecting the PCB from the heat of the spring.
  14. Resistor boards are simple and should be fixable. post better pictures because I don't see the problem from the picture you posted. The pins on the underside correspond to the different springs / fan speeds.
  15. Great time. Made it home with only a broken AC compressor mount.


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