JUST PURCHASE A 2010 650I CONVERTIBLE WITH 47K MILES AND HAD VEHICLE SERVICE DONE TO IT ( OIL CHANGE ,BRAKE FLUID CHG,ALINMENT,SPARK PLUGS CHG'D ETC ) NOW GETTING A MESSAGE OIL LEVEL AND PRESSURE TOO HIGH -SERVICE REQ,,,,HAD CHECKED OUT AND BMW DEALER REPLACED OIL SENSOR NAD MESSAGE CAME BACK FOUR HRS LATER,, ANY IDEA;S FROM ANYONE WHAT THIS ISSUE WOULD BE ???
What type oil the put in the car and what brand oil filter? Ariel Krankenwagen Euro Specialist.
I'll be real careful and I won't drive it until you inspect the oil filter housing. I believe you might have the wrong oil filter or maybe something blocking the passages. I had a problem like that but damn it I'm trying to remember.
Maybe they overfill the engine too
Your dealership needs to run an oil pressure test then based on the datas, they can isolate the problem. You might have some sticky oil return valve. Bring your car ASAP to a qualified mechanic before you damage your engine. Your car is a great car but complex engineering.
Thanks for the quick feed back vehicle was serviced by Bmw dealership oil was checked three times and drained twice Bmw ckaimed it was sensor and replaced it , but now appeared again. Bmw said car okay to drive something with main computer going back in Monday . Will post the fix Bmw comes up with .. Thanks again
DEALERSHIP DID FINALLY RESOLVED THIS ISSUE BY RE- DOWNLOADING TO THE CAR'S COMPUTER SYSTEM ALL NEW UPDATES WHICH ACTUALLY TOOK THREE DAYS TO COMPLETE... TURNS OUT IT WAS JUST A COMPUTER GLITCH IN THE CARS SYSTEM...
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