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SOURCE: my 2006 bmw 750li is showing transmission fault

hi, this could be your battery loosing voltage, check it with a volt meter to see if it reads between 12v - 12.5 v if it is low it might need replacing, you could also check your alternator to see if it is charging correctly you will find your car will be stuck in either 3rd or 4th gear ( limp home mode ) hope this helps please vote thanks

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SOURCE: 2006 BMW 750Li Trunk will not open

check inside the center console i think there is a lock and unlock button for the trunk make sure it is unlocked then try it with the remote.

Posted on Jun 14, 2009

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Try changing Trans oil and filter..if this dont help...Tranny time GL

Posted on Jun 27, 2009

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SOURCE: how do I change headlight 2006 BMW 750Li

Changing the headlamps on these year BMW's is not an easy process, the dealer I use has informaed me that the front bumper needs to be removed in order to replace them, I would recommend that you take it to your favorite BMW dealer for repair. Hope this helps, let em know

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SOURCE: where do i put the brake fluid on a 2006 750LI BMW

The brake master cylinder is under the microfilter housing on the driver side of the car under the hood. Grab the housing at the side closest to the fender and lift straight up with a little force. Then pull the housing toward you. Then you can see the resevoir.

Posted on May 27, 2010

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2006 BMW 750 Li My dynamic drive inactive light came on, then a generator fault light came on


BMW has been using electronically controlled automatic transmissions in most models since the late 80s. These transmission systems employ a transmission control unit which controls electrical solenoids to manipulate the various control and shift valves and functions in the transmission valve body. When the transmission control unit detects a problem that it thinks could be damaging to the transmission or engine, it goes into a fail-safe or limp mode. In this mode, the transmission will function in reverse normally, but in forward it will operate in only one gear (whether you have the shifter in D, or any of the lower gears). This will typically be 3rd or 4th gear, depending on the model. It will start in this gear and stay in this gear with no shifting. You would experience this as sluggish acceleration and higher than normal engine speed at about 40 mph and above.

If you must drive the vehicle when the transmission is in the fail safe mode, accelerate gently and keep the road speed lower than full highway speed.

Earlier models do not employ fault codes and must be diagnosed manually. Late models do employ fault codes and a diagnostic/scan machine can be used to check and read the faults to assist in diagnostics. Note that this is not your common OBDII engine management fault code tool. This is what A BMW dealer or a properly equipped independent shop would have for full vehicle system diagnostics and coding operations.

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Radio failures occur regularly after all they are prone to shorts , over voltage, surges, incorrect polarity hook up etc. The problem I think is that the radio installer hesitates to work on your unit because he may want approval from bmw to work on it possibly under warranty. Some vehicles state that any unauthorised work voids warranty. Clear the air with the radio teck and find out his problem exactly and if still in doubt take it somewhere else.

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Hi, I purchased a 2006, BMW 750li 7 months ago..this car has 71,000 miles and I hardly drove it since buying it.However, I noticed that fluids was leaking and to my a long story short, I took it the the BMW dealership-they changed the oil pan, but the reason for going was because it started showing transmission fault, and when I put the gear in drive it jumps back to park-on top of a very hard jerk when I put into drive to drive off. I ask the dealer to re set the fault control, but the car is doing the same thing..anyone has a solution to this problem? The said I need a transmission, and it will cost $7,700.00

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How do i replace the headlight low beam xeon blub on a bmw 750li 2006?


Changing the headlamps on this year BMW may require removal of the front bumper. I would recommend that you take it a BMW dealer for repair.

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Are you getting the code P0173 That would mean that the ECU was unable to set the correct mixture for cylinders 4-6 (bank 2). I'd guess that the most likely culprit for that failure would be a failing pre-cat O2 sensor based on the code alone.The pre-cat O2 sensors are a critical part of the feedback loop for mixture control. When an O2 sensor ages enough it no longer delivers a valid signal to the ECU, which can cause this fault. The only other component that will affect only bank 2 is the catalytic converter for that bank. Given relative costs of O2 sensors and catalytic converters I'd change out both pre-cat O2 sensors and see if that helps. FYI: O2 sensors are usually staring to fail at 80-90K.

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IF YOU ARE GETTING A THROTTLE PEDAL POSITION SENSOR FAULT CODE.THE THROTTLE POSITION SENSOR IS THE WHOLE THROTTLE BODY UNIT IS THE THROTTLE POSITION SENSOR.THE SENSOR NOT IN GAS PEDAL LIKE VOLKSWAGON. VOLKSWAGON HAS THE ACCELERATOR PEDAL POSITION SENSOR.

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My 2006 bmw 750li is showing transmission fault


hi, this could be your battery loosing voltage, check it with a volt meter to see if it reads between 12v - 12.5 v if it is low it might need replacing, you could also check your alternator to see if it is charging correctly you will find your car will be stuck in either 3rd or 4th gear ( limp home mode ) hope this helps please vote thanks

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My 2006 bmw 750li is showing transmission fault


Try changing Trans oil and filter..if this dont help...Tranny time GL

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