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In the evolving world of automotive technology, BMW stands as a testament to excellence and innovation. Their 535i F10 series, no exception, has often been lauded for its sophisticated engineering. However, like any intricate machine, certain issues can arise. In this piece, we unravel the mysteries behind specific Valvetronic DTCs that have puzzled many auto workshops.
Understanding the DTCs
1. 00133010 - Valvetronic servomotor, activation: Malfunction, secondary reaction, line disconnection
2. 00133e10 - Valvetronic system: deactivated, adjustment fault too frequent
3. 00150c16 - Ignition, cylinder 6: Combustion period outside tolerance
4. 001f0904 - DME, internal fault, activation Valvetronic: Malfunction
5. 00133011 - Valvetronic, supply voltage: Malfunction, secondary reaction, voltage supply
6. 00165014 - High pressure pump position sensor, plausibility, signal edges: Position implausible, substitute value active
Addressing the Valvetronic DTCs in the BMW 535i F10 series ensures a smoother, more efficient ride for your customers. Armed with this knowledge, auto workshops can enhance their service offerings and ensure customer satisfaction.
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Note: This article aims to provide a brief overview of the DTCs for the BMW 535i F10 DME MEVD17 Valvetronic system. Always refer to official documentation and trained professionals when addressing specific vehicular concerns.
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