Question about 2007 BMW 750Li Sedan
Fault light on steady
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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
Posted on Mar 21, 2010
SOURCE: my cigarette lighter is out.
most solid rule of thumb is to get a test light from auto part store and check all fuses in the box.. sometimes a fuse can blow in a circuit label something else than what you are looking for.. can't miss with checking all
Posted on Nov 13, 2010
SOURCE: 2006 750Li Transmission Fault -
The electronic control modules that control BMW transmissions have historically been very sensitive to the quality of the electrical supply. The first step in diagnosing erratic transmission behavior is always to first make sure that the battery is in good shape, the connections and ground are clean, and the alternator is putting out a strong clean DC charge.
Once that possible problem is eliminated, if the problem persists, you will need some high quality transmission expertise.
Posted on Jan 23, 2011
SOURCE: passkey of the bluetooth
I HAD THIS SAME ISSUE. I TOOK OUT THE REAR PANELS INSIDE THE TRUNK. FIRST, START WITH THE LOWER CENTER PANEL RIGHT WHERE THE LOCKING LATCH IS LOCATED. THEN, MOVE TO THE LEFT PANELS ON THE SIDES OF THE INSIDE OF THE TRUNK. ONCE YOU HAVE TAKEN OUT THE PANELS, THERE'S A SILVER BOX IN THE TRUNK WITH A "PK 0000" NUMBER PRINTED ON A STICKER. THAT "PK" NUMBER IS YOUR CODE.
IT'S NOT AS BAD AS YOU MIGHT THINK TO TAKE OUT THE PANELS, I DID IT IN ABOUT 15 MINUTES. JUST TAKE YOUR TIME AND THEY ALL GO BACK IN AS EASY AS THEY CAME OUT. JUST TRY NOT TO FORCE ANYTHING BACK IN IT'S PLACE.
HOPE THIS HELPS. LEONARD-
Posted on Apr 26, 2009
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