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#1 stebooth

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  • Current Car:2007 bmw e60 520d m-sport

Posted 11 December 2012 - 02:58 PM

can anyone tell me if my 2007 bmw e60 520d  has webasto heating.



#2 Baus

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  • Current Car:05 E60 535d Auto, Fully Loaded

Posted 11 December 2012 - 05:29 PM

check under the left flange!! :P



#3 stebooth

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  • Current Car:2007 bmw e60 520d m-sport

Posted 11 December 2012 - 08:15 PM

where would i look for that.



#4 stebooth

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  • Current Car:2007 bmw e60 520d m-sport

Posted 11 December 2012 - 10:55 PM

if i programmed a webasto remote control to the car, should the webasto heater work, is there a fuse in the car for the webasto.



#5 Blobby

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Posted 12 December 2012 - 06:15 AM

I don't think BMW added Webasto's to any of their cars, is it an option?

 

For those who are going Huh  :huh:  They are normally fitted to vans and larger trucks they use the vehicles fuel to pre-heat the coolant circuit and turn on the vehicles heater fan. You can normally hear them whirring away on BT box vans


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#6 Aaron_P85

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Posted 12 December 2012 - 07:07 AM

All UK X5 diesels came with them standard, alot of 5 series diesels did too Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk watch out for autocorrect!!
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#7 BLooD

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  • Current Car:530d M-sport 2006

Posted 12 December 2012 - 10:44 AM

If memory serves me right and I could be wrong, the webasto heater was an option in this country on all E60/E61`s. It`s not available at all in the US due to restrictions.


2006 BMW 530D M-Sport, Carbon black/Grey Dakota leather
Visibility pack, Media pack, DAB radio, ISO fix front seat, High beam assist, Individual head-liner anthracite, M rear spoiler, M135 18" wheels.
Retrofits:- LCI-CCC, SA430 ext: mirrors dimming/folding, SA616 BMW online, SA563 extended light package, SA534 AC automatic, SA437 poplar wood trim, Poplar wood handbrake handle, Poplar wood gear selector, Remote key fold mirrors, mirror kerb function, Front and rear Hi-FI tweeters.
Mods:- All mods removed.


#8 Blobby

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Posted 12 December 2012 - 06:42 PM

All UK X5 diesels came with them standard, alot of 5 series diesels did too Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk watch out for autocorrect!!

Learn something new everyday


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#9 Baus

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Posted 12 December 2012 - 11:18 PM

Learn something new everyday

I doubt e60's have it, it's just not cold enough in this country



#10 BLooD

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Posted 13 December 2012 - 08:01 AM

I doubt e60's have it, it's just not cold enough in this country

 

Your quite right, auxiliary heating as it was called option code S536A was available but I should think it`s rarer then hens teeth.


2006 BMW 530D M-Sport, Carbon black/Grey Dakota leather
Visibility pack, Media pack, DAB radio, ISO fix front seat, High beam assist, Individual head-liner anthracite, M rear spoiler, M135 18" wheels.
Retrofits:- LCI-CCC, SA430 ext: mirrors dimming/folding, SA616 BMW online, SA563 extended light package, SA534 AC automatic, SA437 poplar wood trim, Poplar wood handbrake handle, Poplar wood gear selector, Remote key fold mirrors, mirror kerb function, Front and rear Hi-FI tweeters.
Mods:- All mods removed.


#11 kjb1

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  • Current Car:bmw 525d e60 m sport lci

Posted 13 December 2012 - 09:04 AM

All UK X5 diesels came with them standard, alot of 5 series diesels did too


Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk watch out for autocorrect!!


had it on my 2003 x5 diesel. Was brilliant. I fitted a remote control kit to it aswell!!

#12 Saint

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Posted 13 December 2012 - 09:42 PM

My old e39 came with an aux heater and it used to heat the car up a lot quicker than the e61


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#13 stebooth

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  • Current Car:2007 bmw e60 520d m-sport

Posted 13 December 2012 - 10:14 PM

i bought a webasto remote heater, i programmed it, closed the car, pressed the webasto heater and got nowt! i was told if you can set the heating to go off at anytime in the climate control, the webasto will be compatible.!!!



#14 stebooth

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Posted 13 December 2012 - 10:26 PM

as well as the webasto heating query, can anyone tell me how to connect a multichanger cd in the boot, thank you.



#15 BLooD

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  • Current Car:530d M-sport 2006

Posted 13 December 2012 - 10:58 PM

as well as the webasto heating query, can anyone tell me how to connect a multichanger cd in the boot, thank you.

 

CD-changer goes behind the glove box not in the boot.


2006 BMW 530D M-Sport, Carbon black/Grey Dakota leather
Visibility pack, Media pack, DAB radio, ISO fix front seat, High beam assist, Individual head-liner anthracite, M rear spoiler, M135 18" wheels.
Retrofits:- LCI-CCC, SA430 ext: mirrors dimming/folding, SA616 BMW online, SA563 extended light package, SA534 AC automatic, SA437 poplar wood trim, Poplar wood handbrake handle, Poplar wood gear selector, Remote key fold mirrors, mirror kerb function, Front and rear Hi-FI tweeters.
Mods:- All mods removed.


#16 kjb1

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  • Current Car:bmw 525d e60 m sport lci

Posted 14 December 2012 - 04:33 PM

i bought a webasto remote heater, i programmed it, closed the car, pressed the webasto heater and got nowt! i was told if you can set the heating to go off at anytime in the climate control, the webasto will be compatible.!!!


Shouldnt matter atall. If you put power to pin 7??? off top of my head with a maplin rf remote switching kit, it should kick in automatically, this bypasses all the checks such as fuel level in tank, ambient temp etc.

#17 stebooth

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  • Current Car:2007 bmw e60 520d m-sport

Posted 14 December 2012 - 10:16 PM

can you find out exactly what i need please.



#18 BLooD

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Posted 14 December 2012 - 10:37 PM

can you find out exactly what i need please.

 

How longs a piece of string? I know nothing about your cars spec. You may CD-changer prep and you may have nothing at all. Do some research.


2006 BMW 530D M-Sport, Carbon black/Grey Dakota leather
Visibility pack, Media pack, DAB radio, ISO fix front seat, High beam assist, Individual head-liner anthracite, M rear spoiler, M135 18" wheels.
Retrofits:- LCI-CCC, SA430 ext: mirrors dimming/folding, SA616 BMW online, SA563 extended light package, SA534 AC automatic, SA437 poplar wood trim, Poplar wood handbrake handle, Poplar wood gear selector, Remote key fold mirrors, mirror kerb function, Front and rear Hi-FI tweeters.
Mods:- All mods removed.


#19 Baus

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  • Current Car:05 E60 535d Auto, Fully Loaded

Posted 14 December 2012 - 11:13 PM

can you spank me too please?






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