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    E61 535d M Sport

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  1. C110 reports fresh air flap issue, DIS V57 states fogging sensor. In later model (LCi) the sensor is incorporated into the rain/light sensor. The fogging sensor is damaged during removal from windscreen. It has a shelf life (note: week 46 2019) Broken sensor New sensor comes with installation tool. 64 11 970 Replacing fogging sensor Special tools required: 00 9 317 Warning! Make sure rooms are well ventilated when working with adhesive remover indoors. Important! Do not under any circumstances use paint thinner to clean the bonding surface. Expand two-part mirror base cover (1) by pressing from below and detach. Feed out two-part mirror base cover (1) and remove. Disconnect plug connection (1). Note: If necessary, carefully heat fogging sensor (2) with a hot air blower to approx. 40-60 °C. Lift off fogging sensor (2) with special tool 00 9 317 and slowly pull off from windshield. Installation: Bonding surface must be dry and free of dust and grease. Clean bonding surface with adhesive remover (sourcing reference: BMW Parts Service). After cleaning, do not touch bonding surface with bare hands. Pull off protective film completely from fogging sensor (3). Place mounting template (1) as pictured on rain sensor (2). Press fogging sensor (3) in direction of arrow with a contact pressure of ≥15 N/cm2 onto inside of windshield. Note: Firm thumb pressure attains approx. 30 N/cm2. Remove mounting template (1) carefully from fogging sensor (3).
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    Windscreen Side Trim clip Replacement

    Nah, people should take more care when removing bits from the car during paint correction work.
  3. The trims were not sitting flush to the A pillar so I decided to replace the clips. TIS is unhelpful..... 51 31 030Removing and installing or replacing left or right gutter strip along windscreen Unclip gutter strip (1) towards top. Important! Replace clips (2) after each removal. Note part number. Installation: Locks (3) of clips (2) must not be damaged. Gutter strip (1) must not be damaged, replace if necessary. Fortunately, I found an excellent Ytube video showing how to remove the trim without breaking the clips. From 8:12 - 10:05 Slide off the peg to remove clip.
  4. I've done the A&E visits in the early days. The problem is when the child is not normal and is dependant in all manner of care into adolescent and possibly into adulthood.
  5. No stamina, should have done this in my 20s.
  6. I can't wait for mines to grow up quickly.
  7. I tend to wait before moving when selecting reverse. The system is a bit slow and had a few near misses before realising.
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    S62 Rebuild

    I knew what he was thinking when he first posted. Figure a way of getting the subframes in then it will be the real deal.
  9. PDC sensors not working?
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    Poor mpg 530d

    Due to cool weather (aircon off), I am reporting a 2 mpg improvement.
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    Davis resigns

    The days of cheap parts..... https://www.poundsterlinglive.com/bank-of-england-spot/historical-spot-exchange-rates/gbp/GBP-to-EUR-2007#charts
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    Newbie questions

    I created a TIS guide when doing front & rear axle work on my E61. See page 17 5 Series E61 535d.pdf
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    Newbie questions

    The deflation process never worked for me in DIS V57, but you can inflate them (Dotcom1970, please give me a break ). The process should be the same in ISTA/D control unit functions -> component activation: activate menu items ”Fill rear left/right air spring” once
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    E60 PDC constant beep

    Swap it with middle sensor and make sure it's seated in the holder properly.
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    Bmw e60 535d 2007 problem

    Find someone who can reset the ELV counter.
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