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Hi all, Over the years I have managed to accumulate various pieces of BMW documentation from an assortment of sites and sources. I thought it time to place them all in one location where everyone can access them. They are available from my Google Drive: https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0BxDd4Jzlov8Efmg5VVVEaTZVYkplN3MzaGZLQUEzaWFjU0luMl81cW9oSGxlOENGbTlKQW8&usp=sharing The folder currently contains the following: E60 engineer training modules; M Division documentation; Various E60 manuals and guides, and an assortment of BMW presentations. As I find more I will upload them to the Drive and update this post. Mods - Bearing this in mind, perhaps it would be handy to make this pinned? Best, Horsey *Please note I do not own the documents or claim to be the author of them*
Hi all, I am new here but I have been reading for a few days now. Looking to buy a E60 so it would be great if you could help me with this! Ideal car to find: E60 2005-2007 auto gearbox, Â£7000-9000, up to 80.000miles, < 3L engines (less HP, cheaper to insure!), full leather, heated seats, iPod connection, NO-runflats! (anything else on top of this is a welcomed extra) E60, 520d & 525d vs 523i & 528i (I only do a max of 7000miles/year) Check EGR and Main Stat > Hidden menu after engine warm up should be: 89-93C Auto-Gearbox - listen for any crashing sounds Swirl flaps (higher mil are is more risk?) Oil leaks (Turbo, etc) DPF check on iDrive anything else ??? I don't mind doing some work myself on the car with some guidance on the forums, ..I have done this on some past cars with very good results, but I have never messed with a more "computerized" car like this (I had cars usually <2000) Any other advice before I go out there and start to test drive? For under 7k miles/Y would you recommend the petrol engine rather than the diesel? Thanks so much for any help in advance! Andy