DatV8

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    E39 M5

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  1. Looks like number 17 in this image here: http://www.realoem.com/bmw/enUS/showparts?id=DD22-EUR---E39-BMW-520i&diagId=11_1480 The one with the wire attached in the image looks correct. Price up OEM as for something like a cam sensor it's worth a bit extra to not have to do it again for a long time unless it's very easy on a 520 engine and is accessible.
  2. I'm also having this problem at the moment, only have the three lights come on (as well as speedo and cruise stop working) once the car has warmed up. Reading the codes I was getting DSC-timeout and servotronic wheel speed measurement errors in INPA. I strongly suspect it's the module so have sent away to ecutesting.com to be tested and potentially repaired. Should hopefully have it back soon to confirm.
  3. Ah did you get that fitted in the end? Didn't know any modification was required
  4. Have you got the boot light holder (not the lid, main boot section) part 63318371631 Part number 8 in here if it matches http://www.realoem.com/bmw/en/showparts?id=DE92-EUR-06-1999-E39-BMW-M5&diagId=63_0308#63318371631 Also the centre vent with temp adjustment? Mine's broken in one corner Part 1 in here: http://www.realoem.com/bmw/en/showparts?id=DE92-EUR-06-1999-E39-BMW-M5&diagId=64_0674
  5. Thanks Phil. Payment and details sent over
  6. Hi, I'm looking at changing the rear CV joint on my E39 M5 propshaft (part no. 26111229099). Does this include all hardware and a gasket? Could you quote me a price please? Thanks
  7. Having done this recently, I managed to create a bit more room for doing the intake CPSs from the top by removing a plastic panel right behind the plenum (between the two cabin intake tubes covering the wiper mechanism, sat underneath the middle part of the bonnet seal). It's held on with a few spring clips. Even with this this out the way though it's a fiddly job. I can get a picture of what I mean later if needed.
  8. Gearbox oil flush definitely worth doing if there's no known history. The fill and drain plug (on an M5 getrag 6 speed box at least) are very easy to get to and are just 17mm hex plugs I believe. I used proper BMW lifetime stuff in mine and also bled the clutch with fresh fluid. With a vague gearchange like that it's probably due the linkage bushes being a bit worn. Would help having the exhaust and gearbox out the way doing those though
  9. Got myself 2 packs yesterday well! Only have 10k on my current ones so good to have in stock.
  10. Yes from looking online this comes with bushes in the kit. Couldn't 100% confirm though. I've read they're red poly bushes that are supplied.
  11. Yes can't see any apparent fitment issues. You have to lower the subframe on the front I believe to fit it. Looks like the original arb brackets are used too.
  12. Sorry for the delay, did this tonight. Sorry for the rubbish night time pic, can make it out here. 2054.320
  13. They look great! Would love to indulge in a set of those manifolds!
  14. There's no fitment issues on mine and the bushes sit correctly in the mounts. I can get a part number off the front ARB this weekend if needed?
  15. My M5 came with a front/rear eibach ARB installed, part number for the kit looks to be 2054.320 from a quick search. The only other part number listed for it seems to be for 6 cylinder models.