About a month ago my wife complained that her 2006 X3 was smoking under the hood and smelled like burning rubber. I came home at lunch to check it out and could not find any evidence that could produce smoke or burning rubber. I could not get the problem to be duplicated again until today. The smoke was very light and lasted only a few seconds. The outside temp was about 35F, we only drove the car for 15 minutes to the parking garage when the smoke came out from under the hood. The AC was not on, temps and fluids were normal. After troubleshooting again, I could not get the problem to present itself again.
I've looked on the internet for possible causes and the only thing I can find that is close is possibly the Crankcase Vent Valve. However, there's no evidence of moisture in the valve cover.
Need some assistance.
have the same problem?
Thursday, April 22nd, 2010 AT 4:31 PM