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Old 02-11-2020, 09:30 PM   #1
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For anybody dealing with EML light

So for a weeks my m3 would pop the EML light and other lights that follow and I was very confused. I scanned car and told TPS senors were bad but I changed them and still same problem. When ever a car lined up next to me for a friendly run on the hwy the car would pop the EML light and put me in limp mode as soon as I gave the car gas (3rd gear at maybe 50mph) well turns out it was just my center support bearing and other drive shaft related mounts. I “dealt” with this by not giving the car hard acceleration until I could figure out what wrong. But drive shaft bearings gave out first and now that’s it’s all fixed no more EML light or issues.

This might be different for every one but this Was just my weird situation that could possibly help someone else.

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