depends what you mean by adjust ???if u mean adjust the mixture the screw is loacted down a small narrow tube above or below the airflow sensor depending on year of car and type of injection system. if u mean actually adjust the airflow sensor to gain more range in the mixture (make it richer or weaker than factory settings ( usually done to compensate for a tuned or worn engine, then (and i wouldn't recommend it due to any mistake can cause the cars performance to be impaired) then you remove the black lid on top of the air flow sensor with a screwdriver, prise the silver spring away from the toothed wheel and turn the wheel one tooth either way depending on what your after ??? then release the spring to lock the wheel and refit the lid with glue or silicone
BMW recommends that the ATF does not need to be changed in the 320i.
where is the oil dipstick on a bmw 320i petrol engine
you have to purchase a new EPROM chip for your ECU!! it's all computer controlled!!! AT
New BMW 320i cars can be purchased at a BMW dealer. Used models can be found at BMW Certified Pre-Owned dealers as well as CarMax, Auto Trader, and Car Gurus.
you turn it
You will need to use 5w30 synthetic oil in your BMW e90 320i. The brand name doesn't matter, just as long as it is 5w30 synthetic.
Google.com if your outside the US go to Google.us that way it is in English and then type in US Spec for a 1988 BMW 320I just like that
It would be an optional extra.
I have a bmw 330ci and that takes a quart i think so maybe a quart.
I have a 1995 320i and the battery is located in the truck on the passenger side and lift out the plastic tray. The battery is below the plastic tray.
If it stalls for no reason then no one can give you an answer
a little less then 16 gallons
Mounted on top and inside the fuel tank.
Under the bonnet. Top right side.
BMW 330i with the sport pack
Size 6PK1675 does the trick
i have a bmw 320i model 1999. i try to find the location of a dip stick in a automatic trnasmission.... but i cannot....
In the boot, on the right hand side under the tool tray :-)
Here is one for my 1989 BMW 325i..maybe they will be the same http://dave.maisenhelder.com/bmw/fuse_box1.htm
To be safe, every 60,000 miles or so
A 2001 BMW 325i has two coolant temperature sensors. They constantly monitor the temperature and adjust flow as needed.