I don't see any rust at all but I do see white powder here an there. Make sure the coolant level is correct. I drove my e39 for exactly 80 miles while overheated but i made in between stops every 10miles. To access the battery, grab under the front portion of the back seat and pull upward with some force. I don't want to take it to the mechanic and had the issues come back as I've read has happened to most people. Can anybody relate to this situation and suggest a solution other than dumping this bimmer.
I am looking at 2001 525i with 91k miles on it, it appears to be in good condition but i have only seen it on the internet. Both the six and V8 each have their own set of foibles. The kid not only super overheated the car, he damaged the front axle so bad, the control arm is bent. Pete florida if that helps! Then it could just as easily be related to a rat that got under the hood and caused mayhem, someone must take a look. But still any suggestions on a model that drives even somewhat similar to a bimmer but with lower opetating costs that will tide me over till then. Anyway - the biggest reason I have found for getting those codes is a vaccum leak.
Then the fuel pump died. Remove vacuum hose, pull out locking clip, remove fuel pressure regulator. I am having a similar issue with a 1999 740il. Definitely wear safety goggles or face shield as the fuel will come out on face. Each with its own fuel level sending unit that has a float connected to a variable resistance wiper contact. It's paid off well, and I believe this car will last quite a while. Unfortunately, Autozone can't promise me that this will resolve my problem.
There must be a cable or connector that is intermittent and some signal or voltage missing to one unit placed inside the door. This version of the 5 Series was the highest scoring vehicle we'd ever tested at that time, and many of our testers remembered it fondly for years after we sold it. If it's going to become a garage queen, pass. I should have started a post. I am getting the p0171 and p0174 codes alng with ones for the secondary air injection. When this is done incorrectly the lever that attaches to the unlocking cylinder is popped off and no longer functions correctly. Poly bushings are also available.
Jan 21, 2010 You should try removing the spark plugs and going over the end with some sandpaper. The E39 is a high-maintenance car, but it rewards the driver with a superior driving experience. Sometimes it helps to press a finger light in the driver seat. These replacement modules contain an air bag inflator that may rupture due to propellant degradation occurring after long-term exposure to lower absolute humidity, temperature and temperature cycling. There must be a cable or connector that is intermittent and some signal or voltage missing to one unit placed inside the door. Sometimes I may have to pull the car over and shut it down, pull the key and restart, the problem may or may not go away upon driving again. Reason: Added text I'll share my experience I have a 2001 525i that I picked up just under a year ago with about 120k on the clock.
The sports steering wheel has a frontal air bag inflator that may explode due to propellant degradation occurring after long-term exposure to high absolute humidity, temperature and temperature cycling. I am going to focus on the most common 6 cylinder M52 and M54 engines. Clamp the fuel line before and after the fuel filter long metal cylinder before loosening hose clamps. Does this sound on target to you? The resistances need to be approximately the same. The resistances need to be approximately the same. Radiators crack, expansion tanks leak, thermostat housings deform, water pumps and cooling fans explode, fan clutches seize. I think he must be wrong.
I can go as far and predict an almost uncurable shimmy, which you will correct, only to have it come back after a while. To replace, you have to remove the black plastic clamshell around the steering wheel, the switch is held in underneath with a few screws. Are rubber flex hoses fitted to these cars? So you have 2 major issues: 1. May 15, 2010 It is not a signal issue. Not every specimen will be visited with all the maladies, but there are trends. .
I will post if there are any and I will look into the info you gave me. The fuel filter is located beneath the center of the car near the driver's seat usually under a protective metal cover held on by small screws. My I6 has overheated at least twice for 5-10 minutes each time. Remove vacuum hose, pull out locking clip, remove fuel pressure regulator. This I can repeat as many times I want, and every time I remove the press on the driver seat, the problem comes back. I have the same issue and have tried everything but have gotten no where.
The problem is both front doors. This I can repeat 10 or 20 times or as many times I want, and every time I remove the press on my driver seat, the problem comes back. Knowing that the screen is working properly. I didn't have any engine damage and was able to replace parts both times to cure the problem. This I can repeat 10 or 20 times or as many times I want, and every time I remove the press on my driver seat, the problem comes back.