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    BMW 525d Sport Topaz Blue

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  1. Qasim

    Testing rear wiper motor outside of the car

    No I haven't tested it myself, I'm just telling you how it should work. You give it power and ground, and the switch should turn the motor on.
  2. Qasim

    Testing rear wiper motor outside of the car

    According to the table, on the 3 pin connector Pin 1 is ground Pin 2 is power On the 6 pin Pin 1 and 2 are the signal wires, try one and then the other.
  3. Qasim

    Testing rear wiper motor outside of the car

    On the six pin connector, check the voltage at pin 1 and 2 with the rear wiper switched on at the stalk Pin assignments at plug connector X13268 Pin Type Description /Signal type Connection /Measuring notes 1 A Signal Intermittent (rearscreen) Rear window wiper switch 2 A Signal Normal (rear) Rear window wiper switch 3 E Voltage supply terminal R Fuse F43 4 A Signal Rear window contact Rear window opening switch 5 E Antitheft alarm system signal (EWS) General module Load cutout Antitheft system IV (DWA IV) 6 E Signal, permanent rear wipe Light module
  4. Qasim

    Testing rear wiper motor outside of the car

    Plug it back in on the car and switch the rear wiper on. Some of these wipers will have a plastic gear inside that wears away. They can be changed if that is the issue. Check the voltage to the pins with the rear wiper on
  5. Sorry I didn't read clavurions post, so pin 4 is not needed
  6. Pin 4 is to the heating controller (HVAC) to tell it to switch the fans on and push the warm air to the windscreen. Pin 4 should already be there. The only thing you need to add is Pin 1 to start. From the previous suggestions, try changing the pump or see if you can get another webasto unit that works
  7. Qasim

    Strange noise in the engine bay

    Yeah mine does the same, EGR delete will give codes but no engine management light
  8. Qasim

    Strange noise in the engine bay

    It's on the underside of the car inline with the fuel lines. Passenger side front. I remember when it was changed on my 525d, it didn't start, I don't know if there is a specific way to change it or maybe it had some air inside. Someone else might have some info
  9. Qasim

    Strange noise in the engine bay

    Fuel pump, start with the one under the passenger side front. Clean the EGR valve and check the vacuum lines for the other codes
  10. Qasim

    Strange noise in the engine bay

    Fuel filter. The nearest pump is on the underside near the passenger side front seat
  11. Qasim

    Strange noise in the engine bay

    It is in the passenger side wheel arch, I'm not sure how it'd affect the temp on the motorway. Maybe the thermostat is stuck open and the webasto is compensating around town
  12. Qasim

    Strange noise in the engine bay

    Is it overheating? Most likely the water pump.
  13. You have to code Independent heating on NCS and set it to active
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