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    E60 lci 530i, E39 525i

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  1. Injection Cleaner

    Forte for me also
  2. BMW Kidney grills

    Hi Could you please give me a price for the 2 kidney grills for an E92 listed below 51712158985 and 51712158984 Thanks Jay
  3. Need led light error and mirror dipp, if possible, on an E60 and a few bits on an E92 I have inpa but never played with coding let me know if any forum member are arround Jay
  4. New battery needed

    What he said Ironically the batteries are cheaper at Amazon then retailers directly https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B005XVV42E/ref=ox_sc_act_title_1?smid=A3B5SW5SOXGEY2&psc=1 I bought mine from Tayna and had it programmed in, you could do the same or buy like for like at BMW and save the programming Jay
  5. New battery needed

    this is the one I got https://www.tayna.co.uk/S5-A13-Bosch-AGM-Car-Battery-Type-019-S5A13-P9811.html and Tayna was the cheapest at the time Jay
  6. Problem with a pump? Help

    The above link is very comprehensive so follow that for fault finding also below is a bleeding procedure which you could try as that runs the electric pump for 10-12 mins to see if pump is giving a constant stream of coolant in expansion tank 1. Connect battery charger. 2. Switch on ignition, do not start. 3. Set heater to maximum temperature, activate "Automatic" button, then reduce fan to lowest setting. 4. Press accelerator pedal for 10 seconds to floor. Engine must not be started 5. The venting procedure is started when the accelerator pedal is pressed and takes approximately 12 minutes. 6. Then top up fill level in coolant expansion tank with 250 ml (or about 18mm) above max. (only when venting (bleeding)) Jay
  7. E39 530i alternator / voltage regulator

    There`s a voltage regulator on the alternator, you need to check to see if you have a Bosch or a Valeo alternator before ordering a replacement Jay
  8. Temperature Sensor, Fan, Water Pump

    I think all petrol BMWs after 2007 are electric water pumps and aren't cheap to replace when they go wrong Jay
  9. Temperature Sensor, Fan, Water Pump

    jijoe just read the thread and realised yours is a diesel so is a mechanical water pump start the car and see if there's a constant stream of coolant Jay
  10. Temperature Sensor, Fan, Water Pump

    Yes I think you need to see if the water stream is constant if pump is ok. if faulty it will fluctuate or stop or be noisy
  11. Temperature Sensor, Fan, Water Pump

    535iAR the water pump on this is electric Jay
  12. Temperature Sensor, Fan, Water Pump

    Yes the bleed procedure is doable and instructions below 1. Connect battery charger. 2. Switch on ignition, do not start. 3. Set heater to maximum temperature, activate "Automatic" button, then reduce fan to lowest setting. 4. Press accelerator pedal for 10 seconds to floor. Engine must not be started 5. The venting procedure is started when the accelerator pedal is pressed and takes approximately 12 minutes. 6. Then top up fill level in coolant expansion tank with 250 ml (or about 18mm) above max. (only when venting (bleeding))
  13. Problem with a pump? Help

    sounds like the waterpump on its last legs start the coolant bleed procedure to see if the pump make the noise Jay
  14. Temperature Sensor, Fan, Water Pump

    you can see if water pump is working by starting the cooling system bleed procedure. the bleed procedure is long so make sure the battery is charged Jay
  15. Temperature Sensor, Fan, Water Pump

    I would get the codes read to see what errors are stored but looking at your temp at -10 cold start looks like sensor error Jay
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