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  1. #7121
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yankeefan View Post
    Can someone tell me where this small broken vacuum hose runs? I'm hoping it's the reason for my P0171 and P0174 codes.
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    It connects to the fuel filter and is supposed to be an overflow. It would def cause a vacuum leak.

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    Jesus Christ and all that is holy. My windshield wipers suck. Someone please recommend a brand. Iím currently using Bosch and my last set was great but. Recommendations? A,Aton links preferred for an upcoming drive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YoitsTmac View Post
    Jesus Christ and all that is holy. My windshield wipers suck. Someone please recommend a brand. Iím currently using Bosch and my last set was great but. Recommendations? A,Aton links preferred for an upcoming drive.
    I always buy Michelin blades from Costco.
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    Quote Originally Posted by YoitsTmac View Post
    Jesus Christ and all that is holy. My windshield wipers suck. Someone please recommend a brand. Iím currently using Bosch and my last set was great but. Recommendations? A,Aton links preferred for an upcoming drive.
    Best blades out there are the BMW Evo flat blades. Part number is 61610037009





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    Quote Originally Posted by Vas View Post
    Best blades out there are the BMW Evo flat blades. Part number is 61610037009





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    I can vouch for these, I had the stock e46 wiper blades that didnt really do anything for a long time, then switched to the Bosch icons which didnt fit the windshield at all before getting these. These hang off the passenger side a little but still work great.

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    I got my windshield replaced in September. I suspect my wiper issues are because of this, and I may need a replacement.

    I first got the Costco Michelin wipers. One would wipe the lower left half of my windshield. It was raining and I was starting a 500 mile trip to uni, so I bit my upper lip and bought the $40 BMW wipers, which fell out of the wiper arm entirely. Putting them back on returning to Northern California, it wouldn't mate flush with the windshield when laying flat. Super weird.. I suspect something isn't installed correctly on the arm or even worse, the entire windshield is miss shaped.

    F*ck. It is ultimate raining session and all my stuff is in SoCal

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    Quote Originally Posted by YoitsTmac View Post
    I got my windshield replaced in September. I suspect my wiper issues are because of this, and I may need a replacement.

    I first got the Costco Michelin wipers. One would wipe the lower left half of my windshield. It was raining and I was starting a 500 mile trip to uni, so I bit my upper lip and bought the $40 BMW wipers, which fell out of the wiper arm entirely. Putting them back on returning to Northern California, it wouldn't mate flush with the windshield when laying flat. Super weird.. I suspect something isn't installed correctly on the arm or even worse, the entire windshield is miss shaped.

    F*ck. It is ultimate raining session and all my stuff is in SoCal
    A good stop gap would be applying RainX to your windshield. Over 50 or so, you shouldnít even need wipers unless itís a really heavy downpour.


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    Quote Originally Posted by YoitsTmac View Post
    I got my windshield replaced in September. I suspect my wiper issues are because of this, and I may need a replacement.

    I first got the Costco Michelin wipers. One would wipe the lower left half of my windshield.
    Maybe the wiper arms are somehow out of alignment? I havenít looked into the mechanics of the wiper system so I have no idea if thatís even possible.

    Quote Originally Posted by Chaplian View Post
    A good stop gap would be applying RainX to your windshield. Over 50 or so, you shouldnít even need wipers unless itís a really heavy downpour.
    RainX is my jam, been using it for 15 years. The only time I actually use my wipers is in the neighborhood or parking lots.
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    Even with RainX, having so many water drops on my windshield drives me nuts. Lol

    For wipers I just use the Bosch ones from FCP Euro and replace them twice a year... For free.

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    Quote Originally Posted by az3579 View Post
    Even with RainX, having so many water drops on my windshield drives me nuts. Lol

    For wipers I just use the Bosch ones from FCP Euro and replace them twice a year... For free.

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    How does that become cost efficient with shipping? The ones on there now are Bosch FCP

    BOYS, this is it. My car, Mia, is officially a manual. My left leg is killing me, knot in my butt. Intense up so hard but I donít stall. My favorite was I was so tired I clutched in to start it and immediately released as if it was a brake pedal in an automatic. Habits will have to change...

    I went with Garagtastic track transmission mounts. My car is literally vibrating apart. Iím placing an order tonigh. I had UUC black on my last car and it was great, but this time my car will have poly diff bushings. Should I go M3 or return to UUC black if I liked them?

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