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    Trim, Ireland
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    2006 535d MSport auto

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  1. Irish535d

    Hard to unlock

    Indeed, me too. Apparently I have Comfort Access (so it says on the original invoice) which means I have a battery replaceable key. You may have too. Slide out the manual key and you might see a different coloured/ textured cover on the back of the key. If you can pick it open you will see the CR25 flat round battery.
  2. Irish535d

    Internal boot release button not working

    Hi Guys, Just getting back to you on this - all good. Wiring fixed. Now everything works properly. Thanks for all your help.
  3. Hi Guys, Just getting back to you on this - wiring all fixed and everything good as new again. Thanks for all your help
  4. Irish535d

    Hard to unlock

    HI Guys, Just getting back to you on this - I put a new battery in the key and now all is well again! I didn't realise the key came apart to put in a new battery. It looked sealed to me. Thanks for all your help.
  5. Irish535d

    What did you do to your E60/61 today?

    Regrettably decided to sell my 535d for a number of reasons which have noting to do with these awesome cars or this one in particular. On ebay if anyone interested - item 193156368578 Regards Nick
  6. Irish535d

    Hard to unlock

    Hi Guys, My 2006 E60 is really hard to unlock. Can really only unlock it if I stand by the back aerial on the roof. Sometimes touching the car (to create a ground?) helps. I've found there is one corner of the key button to press that is particularly effective. And to lock. I have Comfort Access which I think means I have a non rechargeable key (and only the one key!) And some of the boot wiring has replacement aftermarket connectors some of which have come adrift and need replacing. Where do I best start please? Thanks
  7. Thanks - boot is totally dry and no sign of every having water in it - pulled everything out. Wiring at the boot hinges is damaged - highlighted in my other post. Will have to fix it.
  8. Irish535d

    Engine, trans & diff oil recommendations

    Thanks Andrew - much appreciated
  9. Irish535d

    What psi you guys running on 19" spiders?

    I've been advised by many to run 36 psi. Tag on the door says so also. PO ran them at 32 psi and I had to replace 2 tyres - worn inside edges and one had the wires showing through. Granted a lower PSI is more comfortable - yo may get away with 34 psi but at 36 psi it rides fine - firm but fine and smooooth.
  10. Irish535d

    Internal boot release button not working

    Thanks guys, will do.
  11. Irish535d

    E60 535d MSport left rear shock replacement

    VDC? _ variable damping control? Did the VIN check and it didn't come up https://www.mdecoder.com/decode/b892587 - maybe it still doesn't mean I don't have it . I'll take a photo of the little cylinders. I google images of it but nothing came up like my shocks. Thanks, Nick
  12. Irish535d

    How to register battery?

    Thanks Andrew - what's the best aftermarket software pack to be able to do these things please? Thanks, Nick
  13. Irish535d

    What did you do to your E60/61 today?

    Yep - same as mine
  14. Irish535d

    What did you do to your E60/61 today?

    Hi dj1233 - No I didn't - don't know how to. But I'm going to see my indie guy at 12 noon Saturday and he said he could code it to the car and register the battery for me. Not sure why I need to do these 2 things. Car drives fine and I've got as 90 AH battery which is the correct amperage for the car (old one was an 80 Ah). Thanks, Nick
  15. Irish535d

    SOS Call System Failure Warning

    Thanks, that's interesting - whee can I get a fuse diagram (or a shop manual)? to know which is the telephone fuse (telephone works fine BTW). And what module is it & where is it located please? Thanks Nick