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    Retrofit Bluetooth

    I will begin experimenting with an aux input at the back of the CCC head unit soon. By experimenting I mean there is a pins at the back of the unit for aux input. needs to be wired and coded, but no big deal with dcan cable. adding streambot to the 3.5mm jack and music streaming capability achieved for about....... haven't checked the prices of connectors and cable but should be about £40 or so. Here is the unit https://www.amazon.co.uk/Mpow-Streambot-Bluetooth-Wireless-Streaming/dp/B010T29DS8
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    What did you do to your E60/61 today?

    Re-retrofitted(yeah that's right) the $609 option (pre-LCI CCC) had a go at the CAPPL module after I changed the build date...... Anybody with pre-lci with LM1 can confirm that if you change the build date from #0305 to #0307 can get the visual flashes and audio confirmation when locking/unlocking the vehicle? I thought its just a LM2 option, but obviously not.. or.. its a glitch in a matrtix... lol
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    auto unlock door when engine is stopped

    Just noticed your car is E39... I don't think you have that option to auto unlock the doors. The option the other cars have is ER_KEYOUT_AUTOVR . There might be an option in the PDC module regarding the proximity sensor activating distances. But I think you wil need to make sure, the new replacement sensor sit in correct positions in a bumper itself, correct depth and position. it is possible to install them upside down, that might affect the beeping proximity as well.
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    What did you do to your E60/61 today?

    Forgot to disconnect amplifiers last night, AGM battery was drained to 6.8V.. put it on deep cycle charge. fitted my old 100Ah Sulfuric acid battery and coded it to the car. Learned how to mess up the modules and recover them, also learned that E60 doesn't like any add-ons installed, like Dension module from the ISTAP side of view .... Tried to do a Complete car coding.. part successful.. busy busy...
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    auto unlock door when engine is stopped

    In short: Install BMW tools with INPA and EDIABAS. From there use the NCS expert to read from CAS and save the trace file. I know it sounds like discovering a new America, but believe me, I don't know all that a year and half back myself.... The best resources would be YouTube and Google. First Google how to install INPA as the base files will contain NCS expert and then Google NCS dummy read through that and I am pretty sure you can use it once you get a hang of it. Oh yes. You will need to buy a K-Dcan cable from eBay. It usually comes with a software and instructions how to install it. Any problems send me a PM
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    Driver's Airbag Dash light question

    It shouldn't have shoved up if you disconnected the battery, removed the airbag connector then put everything back and connected the battery. Check what the INPA says. If it is not under the airbag section then it must be under right sattelite section.
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    ZF 6hp26 oil change

    Hi folks, This might be useful for some. So, this was on my To-do list for quite some time now and finally had a time and a place where to do it myself. At first, I wanted to find a good gearbox specialist shop, but since I live in NI I had to go to Scotland or Ireland. I decided that I will do it myself as I read mixed reviews regarding a transmission oil change. After researching I decided to go for a metal oil pan instead of a standard plastic one. Info on my car: 2005/03 535d sport current mileage 213400 Issues that I had was while being stopped at the traffic lights and the engine is warm if I step on the accelerator as soon as I release the brakes two out of three times the RPMs would increase, nothing would happen for about a second and then when the torque converter would engage it would shoot off. another issue where while driving at constant speed, for example, anything between 40 mph an 80 mph the rpm gauge would fluctuate.... exactly as it is in this video here although if I change it to DS mode(semi-sport) the RPMs would fluctuate no matter how fast I would drive. I thought its the torque converter on its way out, but it wasn't the case, at least in not this instance... Anyway, I found a good deal on eBay, https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/122680285353 (although you can search and buy the parts separately, it doesn't have to be from this seller) UPS delivered it in three days. I checked the temperature, it was too hot to do anything so I let the car cool down a bit. Had enough time to go over the service_information manual <----MUST READ TWICE!!!!!! one more time The old plastic sump New metallic sump on the right Old oil sump out Not too much metallic deposits on the magnets, it's a good sign The oil itself, it looked like if somebody hasn't changed the engine oil in their petrol car for a good while... it didn't smell like it was burnt or anything . Mechatronics unit in its glory and the important bit... Those 4 seals in the middle of a gearbox, they need changing, but you can't change them without removing the mechatronics unit first. I suppose in all those threads about fluctuating rpms at a constant speed, almost all the time they are fixed by getting and installing a refurbished torque converter and that ''this is the only way'' might not be true!!! Maybe yes, but whenever I changed all the seals myself, the hard ''take off'' and ''fluctuating RPMs'' disappeared. so, I am guessing, if somebody changed their gearbox oil ''with all the seals'' they are the most likely culprit as it hasn't been done properly. Take a look at the difference yourself!!!!!!! the black seal(second longest from four of them) comparing to a brand new seal, you can see that it has shrunk noticeably, it was the same for the longest seal as well. I suppose they don't make enough of a tight seal to make/hold a required oil pressure, that's why rpms fluctuate.. Someone at the BMW parts department has messed up, as it didn't fit due to a small plastic notch on the other side of a plastic, see the difference in an image. I changed just the rubber bits as the old plastic case was still ok. New separate oil filter installed All tightened according to the manual listed above All done and change the engine oil while at it. The red bolt is a magnetic sump plug, will see if there is any metallic bits in the egine oil, next time its needs changing, looks fancy as well Job done. I reset the oil adjustment and also reset the adaptations(not the factory adaptations for the pressure plates) using ista and following the service information sheet to the point. Total cost including all the extra tools(torque wrench and a ''large syringe'' ) was about £280. Time wise better to do it over the weekend in a warm garage. There will be plenty of parts to be cleaned and put back together. It can be done alone. It worked for me! The gearbox is still learning my driving style, but it already feels like a brand new gearbox. Well worth doing and no need for a new/refurbished torque converter. I hope this helps somebody. Feel free to ask if you have any questions.
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    ZF 6hp26 oil change

    Mechatronics seal. That's where the gearbox electrical plug connects to the mechatronics unit EGS. Without removing it, it is unable to remove the mechatronics unit from the gearbox.
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    auto unlock door when engine is stopped

    Yes, if you can post a trace file from CAS I can change it to auto unlock.
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    New car - new problems

    for number 3, you will also need to register battery replacement/coding if it is a different type OR Ah battery.
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    ZF 6hp26 oil change

    Regarding gearbox specialist. .. not too sure, but looks like there are several companies doing gearbox repair. Regarding the plastic notch... indeed there is a groove on the mating surface on the upper gearbox, so it can be fitted correctly. Luckily for me, the seals on both of them are easily removable so I just swapped the seals/gaskets(the case was ok so I reused the old plastic bit). The part I got from the dealership, it's actually 6HP19/21 with a part No: 0501215783 although on the packaging it was correct part number meant for 6HP26 Gbox. So its a fault from the packaging department. If anybody orders this adapter, then make sure the numbers on the part itself matches the one you actually ordered or you might have to grind the plastic notch off... Well... the manual says, not to touch the contacts unnecessary both on a mechatronic side and the electric plug side so I didn't touch them, that's about it. Just don't put it on a ground itself, will be fine then.
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    ZF 6hp26 oil change

    Exactly that! They are hard to get to... It's just easier to leave them, but it wouldn't be any good as the problem will still be there after the gearbox learn your driving style. I suppose using a torque wrench on extra ten bolts are a bit too much hustle ... For me not changing those bridge seals would be the same as changing the whole clutch on a manual gearbox, but leaving the old thrust bearing in...
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    What did you do to your E60/61 today?

    Changed the gearbox oil and other bits, reset the oil change paremeters and reset learned adaptation values. Technical guide will be available tomorrow. Went better than expected.
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    Vacuum Hose Replacement

    Changed all vacuum hoses to 4mm ID ones. +1 for them.
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    535d Turbo and Intercooler Hoses

    I used the hoses in your first image. Get the proper jubilee clips(forgot the actual name of them). Recommended! You will have to use the Dremel to get the metallic bits off the aluminum hose where the boost pressure sensor is located in order to fit those hoses a.k.a. you will need to order 4 jubilee clips instead of 2. I got pre-LCI 535d.
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    Anybody had a carbon clean on e60 d

    go for it, it will feel better afterwards.
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    Quick NCS Dummy question - what module should be selected?

    To add to this. Once you select the module and it says get coded.. under the Jobname = SG_CODIEREN there usually will be three modules listed. They are the files what NCS uses for fitted specific module. For example KOMBI in this case will use a file name KMBI_PL2.c05 this is what you need to select in NCS dummy. see attached image for details. http://codinge90.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/Screenshot-5_11_2014-4_54_21-PM1.png
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    NCS Questions

    In C:/NCSExpert/CFGDAT (or something similar) there is a .txt file containing the error log with all the error codes. check it out.
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    Anybody had a carbon clean on e60 d

    I did this for 535d in May. Money well spent. Engine oil change after its done is a must. I got mine cleaned from the fuel lines at the engine bay so its from the fuel side only but still it increased my average mpg by 2. It is possible to to do it from the Fuel tank and from just behind the MAF. It will cost a bit more, but it will clean the Inlet manifold and valves leading to the cylinders. I didn't do it myself as I manually cleaned the EGR and inlet manifold before Carbon cleaning.
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    Torque converter

    I will have to change it soon, where did you find that they have a upgraded one available? Some time ago I found a link about the upgraded parts whenever you send your TC for a refurb for slighly increased fee somewhere here in UK. Ugraded/uprated parts included, shafts, turbine wheel or something and other bits and pieces. it would definitely suit me then.
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    What did you do to your E60/61 today?

    Made backups of all the modules fitted to my car, slow and steady one by one, but in the end they might come handy if I mess up something. Lol
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    Oil in the intercooler and intake pipe 535d

    Haven't seen the one you describe. You can get one that fits M57 engine and universal ones. More or less they are connected to the crankcase ventilation system that connects to the air intake pipe after MAF. It filters the gases coming from the crankcase breather. You could fit the old toilet rool type in your vortex case to lower the oil residue in the intecooler, but you should change it once in a while. It will almost eliminate oil getting into the intercooler if combined with a oil catch tank and you would then see if your turbos are sucking out the oil through the seals or not (the do that from the factory, but not much).
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    Oil in the intercooler and intake pipe 535d

    I am considering to fit a decent oil catch tank. Might be suitable for you as well.
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    Not another angel eye bulb question!

    It will be a check control notification, hot and cold monitoring for the bulbs you will change in CAS-LMA and LMA-LMA modules. If your car is LCI one then it should/could be LMA2 module. Check online for the guides, if needed. In pictures bellow I was comparing two trace files, but to you will need to set them to Nicht_active to disable check control error messages.
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    Not another angel eye bulb question!

    I bought something similar but for pre LCI. Although it said canbus error free they were fine as coronas (angel eyes) but the stuff I bought for fog lights gave me an light bulb error. I coded them out and no more error on the dash. Can give you the module name and what you need to code if needed. Regarding the bulb not working I suppose you have the same connectors and they fit in it. Get two spare wires (isolated off course) and then just change the polarity of the wires. If they work use the pliers to cut off the wires and reverse the polarity on the bulb connection side. Worked for me, but in different occasion.
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