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    BG products Transmission service

    BG Products has been recommended for Automatic Transmission service.
    They are said to have a method and equipment which will flush the
    Converter and clean the gook out. Any experience with this company??
    Any ideas about location in the Atlanta or western Carolinas?
    Thank you in advance !!!!


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    Re: BG products Transmission service. Search on

    e38 forum at bim merboard dot com. There has been a lot of discussion and results posted there. Do a search.

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    BG Products transmission shop

    I need a recommendation for a BG transmission service in the
    North Atlanta area. I did a search for shops and there are many!!!
    I have no idea of the quality of service. Even in the Mountains
    of North Carolina there is about a 80 shops who list transmission
    service. Again without a reference I am afraid to risk my old 7 with
    them.
    Thanks again for your help

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    Re: BG products Transmission service

    Have a dramatic RPM surge going on at specific engine temps as the car warms up.

    COLD ENGINE: no problem; idle correct, smooth

    WARM ENGINE: ICV will suddenly (and i mean SUDDENLY!) open so that the idle in neutral jumps from 500 to 1300. If in D, stopped at a light, risk of suddenly jumping into the car in front. Idle will stay high for a minute or 2, then slowly go back down to 500. Problem may repeat as engine warms further.

    HOT ENGINE: No problem; idle correct, smooth.

    Checked MAF connector for voltage: OK. Checked it for resistance: OK.
    Checked ICV connector for 12Vdc: OK. Checked ICV resistances: OK

    I have no idea what sensors (or the computer) could be sending a bad ICV signal to cause it to open. Again - this ONLY happens as the is warming; not when either cold or hot.

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