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  1. Buzzing/rattling noise under acceleration

    General E46 Forum
    Hi all, my 2004 325i has been making a strange buzzing/rattling/'cricket' noise at around 1750-2000rpm. It's only audible with the windows down and It only happens under load; as soon as I ease off, it goes away, even if it's still in the above rpm range. The car seems to perform as well as it...
  2. Buzzing/vibrating sound and feel through brake pedal

    Suspension & Braking
    Recently bought a 325ci it's a 2001 117k on the clock. The brakes make a buzzing/vibrating sound which you feel through the brake pedal when at low speeds coming to a stop. Spoke to Halfords and they said could be the rotors being warped although im not convinced (pretty sure front pads need...
  3. Buzzing/vibrating sound and feel through brake pedal

    Suspension & Braking
    Recently bought a 325ci it's a 2001 117k on the clock. The brakes make a buzzing/vibrating sound which you feel through the brake pedal when at low speeds coming to a stop. Spoke to Halfords and they said could be the rotors (think front pads need changing) I was reading online and could be...
  4. Buzzing/ And ccv wookie after doing VCG/VANOS

    DIY: Do It Yourself
    http://www.e46fanatics.com/forum/showthread.php?t=812110 - the noise sounds exactly like the video in this thread. I just did the VCG and Vanos seals, now when I start the car up it makes a continuous buzz, when I drive till it is warm it will minimise. When I turn it off it does the Chewbacca...
  5. E46 Haulingan unit

    Mobile Electronics Forum
    Hi I’m new to the forum but just wanted to post on my experience with the alternative to the Dynavin, the Haulingan head unit. I bought the Haulingan mainly because it is cheaper, and seemed to provide most of the features I was looking for. I ordered it from a guy who supplies similar units...
  6. cricket noise/electric buzz behind dashboard driver's side

    DIY: Do It Yourself
    Ok.. here's the DIY for the cricket/electric buzz behind the dashboard (driver's side) culprit is an air blower that feeds cabin temperature air into an electronic cluster across the firewall.. this blower works at all times with the A/C either on or off.. blower is on as long as the key is on...
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