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Old 10-05-2019, 03:03 PM   #1
97Dakar
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Question 1997 M3 maintenance



hey, guys, I was wondering what key preventative maintenance you guys would do for a 1997 E36 M3... I've owned my car for almost 2 years now all I did was restore the body. im currently sitting at 262km and i store it for the winter so im going to stock up on parts, any advice would be appreciated










Also in terms of mods im also looking into AFE cold air and M50 manifold
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Old 10-07-2019, 01:46 PM   #2
jamrobin
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LOL The best advice is to hit one of the other forums with less tumbleweeds rolling through.

Personally I would replace every bushing, the shocks, and fuel filter... big job but because of that it's the most likely neglected. AFTER the degraded rubber and plastics have been replaced then open the breathing. Storage is especially hard on the rubber bits too... they don't take well to static compression.
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