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If your car has a radiator then it is coolant and engine runs at approx 35deg as it works the thermostat witch controls the water flow through the radiator AND your engine is running to hot, OR you have a blown head gasket witch will cause the same problem also check that the radiator isent blocked from the outside [like paper etc] or inside like dirt as some people fill with water from a dam etc.
Let us know how you get on with above.
the CVT light is associated with the transmission. I don't think changing the fluid/oil in the transmission will help. you need to find a shop that can access the transmission control module to fint out ant fault codes and go from there. could be a simple speed sensor or shift control solenoid.
Sounds like it could be a mass airflow sensor failure. Take your car do your reputable mechanic and have them scan your computer to find out what the error code is, and then go from there. If it says that the mass airflow sensor is offline, I would look to make sure that the connector is properly secured on the air intake hose.
sounds like your check engine light is on. On 99ish 3 series the check engine light was an amber engine in the instrument cluster. I thought 5 series actually said service engine soon. If you cycle your key the bulb check should illuminate all lights. see if you have a light that says service engine soon, if not, the amber engine, is the check engine light.