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Bmw 2002 x5 4.4 self level suspension inactive what does this meant

Self level suspension inactive

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SOURCE: self levelling suspension

did you replace the leveling arm in the same position as before?

Posted on Sep 02, 2008

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SOURCE: 2004 BUICK RAINIER

These are side products of the all wheel drive system, incombo with the locking rear dfferentials.

You'll find the auto-lockers will tend to do that following a tight turn, particularly when you're doing it quickly.

The thud is similar in nature; it's just the All wheel system trying to figure out where to put the power.

Posted on Nov 04, 2008

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SOURCE: Nivomat self- leveling or not.

Automatic self-levelling is standard on the seven-seat models. What model do you have?

Posted on Mar 08, 2009

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SOURCE: air supsension range rover 03

you need to take the car back to the dealer and have the error eraised. next time you need to work at the car disconect the battery, this may help, but usually the system has to be reset. my 2002 rangerover returns to the bump stops after being jacked up, and i have to take it to the dealer to have it reset. it works perfectly all the time until the wheels are lifted of the ground, i've been told different things by the dealer, from being unlucky to needing a compressor, i've just changed the front sensors, so i need to test the system now, which i will do at the dealers some time soon to see if i have the problem solved. i'll keeps you posted.

Posted on May 25, 2009

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SOURCE: X5 Suspension won't self-adjust. Remains in the lowered position

Good day!

I would suggest you to check the air suspension Fuse located at right side of trunk. If it is faulty just try to put new fuse and observe it if you can not find fault then bring your car to the BMW service center to have proper investigation.

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Ck

Posted on Feb 23, 2010

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I have a 2003 BMW X5 4.4i. For the past few months I have had the "self level susp inactive" notice on my dash.The suspension still seems fine. Vehicle rides nice and it seems level. Any thoughts?


If you're satisfied with the way the car handles and rides, don't worry about it. If you're concerned about the light, take it to a dealer and they will troubleshoot and correct whatever problem they find. But it will probably be an expensive way to turn the light off.

Nov 14, 2016 | 2003 BMW X5 4.4i

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On my dash board a message comes out ones on a while, self level susp.inact what does that means, do I need to fix it? Car drives fine.


Things to check would be the control linkage from the sensors to the suspension. Two in front, two in back with independent suspension. Check the electrical plugs for corrosion. It works because the messages goes off. Sounds like something a little sloppy.

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You have one or both rear air suspension bags leaking.

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Levelling suspension inactive showing


Check the fuses for that one to be blown.

Mar 04, 2014 | 2005 BMW X5 4.8

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X5 Suspension won't self-adjust. Remains in the lowered position


Good day!

I would suggest you to check the air suspension Fuse located at right side of trunk. If it is faulty just try to put new fuse and observe it if you can not find fault then bring your car to the BMW service center to have proper investigation.

Thanks,
Ck

Feb 23, 2010 | BMW X5 Series Cars & Trucks

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Need to know what kind of power steering fluid to use?


Your car, being a 735 iL (the iL being the key here) requires what is called Pentosin 7.1. This is a mineral based hydraulic fluid used in BMW's with self leveling suspension. Since your car is an iL you have self leveling suspension. Not a lot of parts stores carry this fluid. NAPA has it, if it's not on the shelf they can order it. BMW dealers also stock it. The same pump that runs your self leveling also runs your power stearing and they are filled in the same location as they share a common resivoir. This resivoir is located in the engine compartment on the driver's side and looks like a black bottle with a screw type cap.

Mar 04, 2009 | 1991 BMW 7 Series

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Self levelling suspension


did you replace the leveling arm in the same position as before?

Sep 02, 2008 | 2002 BMW 5 Series

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Hi,

Your concern is your BMW displays the message "SELFLEVEL SUSP. INACT" which indicates that the car's computer detects a problem with your active suspension system. Self-leveling is standard to most late model BMWs. It works on a pump, an air system and a computer that tells which suspension gets how much height, ride stiffness and other suspension settings.

Your concern is a known issue though not that fairly common. Technically, the best would be to contact your dealer or if in The USA, BMW of North America, LLC. call (800) 831-1117 or email CustomerRelations@bmwusa.com.

You may want to mention a possible problem with the firmware/software of the EHC (Electronic Height Control) Control Module. They may want to recode (flash). It is also possible to have air leaks in the system specially on the suspension bladder.

Other things you can check are tire pressure (30PSI), see if your ride is a bit stiff/hard now compared to before the earning displayed showed up, handling difficulty, loopsided/tilted level among others.

Incidentally, if there is nothing out of the ordinary in how the car ride, handle or drive, it may just be a systems glitch. Try jockeying the key to ON/OFF a couple of times.

Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.

Good luck and kind regards.

Thank you for using FixYa.

Jun 27, 2008 | 2003 BMW 5 Series

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