...and wound up at MAG for the last 2 days. I guess you should all take note of this. Saturday, I went to the grocery, parked the car, made my purchases and returned to leave. I started the car and all of a sudden the gas needle went from full to empty and my computer readout read that I had no gas. I limped home, fearful all the way that the computer would shut the engine down, and called MAG. They gave me an appt. for Tuesday, and the car sat in my garage until then, as I was afraid to even start it up. Yesterday, I went out and started it up and the needle returned to "normal". All seemed well, and I took the MCS to MAG, anyway. Amber came out and as I started the engine again, again, the needle went back to empty. So, the MCS remained at MAG until they figured out the problem. The problem was that there are 2 fuel sensors in the tank and when one goes, the other is sure to follow. The fact that one of mine was still functioning was just a band-aid, as the onboard computer could have shut me down at any time...even though I had a full tank of gas. The sensors are only sold in pairs, so MAG had to order a new set for me...to the tune of $633! They gave me a new Bimmer 325i to take home...NEVER will I ever consider getting a Bimmer. What a POS...terrible mileage, awful ride, and it was noisy as all get out. And, for only a 140 mile roundtrip, I had to put $31 of premium into that gas-sucking pig. Just thought I'd clue you all in for what you are facing if your gas needle drops to "empty", unexpectedly.