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Old 04-16-2019, 03:26 PM
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Was up guys! New to the site hoping to get some help. Getting into doing a lot of work on my own bmw. So here is my issue. I had a p0174 code come up on my vehicle. I had a mechanic check it out and he said it was the fuel pump. I went ahead changed fuel pump and filter. After install my fuel gauge read empty I didnít change the fuel level sensor on filter. Went ahead ordered it and installed it. Everything good for about 5 minutes. Then car shuts off. Iím like wtf. Go back and check the filter to see if something went wrong. The quick connect from pump to filter popped off. I put it back on drove to Walmart and car died. Thank god I left tools in car and again quick connect popped off. Fixed it at Walmart. Finally got it to stick. Check engine light cleared and Iím happy. Now this morning a few days later check engine light comes back on. Went to auto zone and these are the codes that came up. P0174, p0463, and p2068. It says the last 2 are fuel level sensor a and b circuit to high. I tried googling but nothing concrete came up. Car is driving better but Iím lost right now. Thx for any help you guys can provide.
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Old 04-17-2019, 07:26 PM
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Forget the autozone scans. They cant read BMW specific codes.

Get you a proper BMW scanner (Foxwell, Schwaben, MHD) and take it from there
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