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2000 BMW Z3 Overview

With the 2000 model year BMW redesigned its popular Z3, high performance sports roadster, giving the car a new tail which replaced a rear end that had previously been described as looking like "a dog with its tail between its legs."

The end result is near perfection - the car not only looks better, but the earlier addition of a more powerful, 2.5-liter engine which "upped the fun factor" made 2000 the year the Z3 came into its own.

One of the biggest complaints about the car? Knowing that Americans consume beverages in their cars, why would BMW not include cup holders in the interior? Although there are those who would argue one should never eat or drink in a sports car, so maybe the 2000 Z3 is indeed perfect.

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Do I Have To Reset Error Codes After Replacing Oxygen Sensors

had a rough idle- got the codes read and replaced oxygen sensors, but still won't idle--- actually it's worse now- do the codes have to be reset for it to get a reading from the new sensors?


2000 Z3 Car Cranks And Immediately Cuts Off Can You Help?

hello I have a 2000 BMW Z3 it WILL not start. it engine turns over runs for a few seconds but then dies and cuts off. So far we have replaced the relay, checked the fuses. The fuel pump is working.


How Do I Disable Or Adjust The Sensitivity On My 2000 Z3?

How do I disable or adjust the sensitivity on my 2000 Z3? It's driving me crazy because it goes off non-stop

Airbag Light Stays On

Airbag Light stays on but airbags are all in working order. Is there something "wire wise" I should look at?


The Driver Seat Moves Slightly Fore And Aft When Shifting. Is There A Way T...

Pax seat does not do this... so it is probably a wear issue. Has anyone experienced it and found a fix?