Question about 1984 BMW 5 Series
The fill drain plug I believe is on the left side of the transmission about 1in above where the oil pan bolts on. I think it is a 7mm allen bolt.If you are topping off the fluid make sure to check the fluid level at the fill hole while the engine temp is still cold. It should trickle out while the engine is in park and running. Make sure to tighten to spec and use approved oil. There should be a label on the transmission pan itself listing the part number for the fluid to use.
Posted on Mar 10, 2009
You have to have a computer to know the temp of the fluid.
Posted on Apr 16, 2009
Checking/topping up fluid level in automatic transmission (GA6HP26Z/6HP32Z)
Use only the approved transmission fluid.
Failure to comply with this requirement will result in serious damage to the automatic transmission!
Tighten down filler plug using
Hexagon wrench 8 A/F
Socket 8 A/F
Topping up transmission fluid after a repair:
Stand vehicle on a level surface and secure against rolling off.
Undo filler plug (1).
Replace sealing ring.
Top up transmission fluid until it emerges from filling orifice.
Replenish transmission fluid until it emerges from filling orifice.
Screw in filler plug (1).
Tightening torque: 24 11 7AZ.
Press brake pedal to floor and shift through gears 1 to 6 several times at idle speed. Then shift to "P" position (Park).
Then check fluid level.
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Checking fluid level:
Connect BMW Diagnosis and Information System (DIS) or BMW MoDiC to vehicle.
Call up Service functions (drive).
Carry out fluid level check in accordance with instructions.
24 00 Transmission in general E60 / E61 / E63 / E64 / E65 / E81 / E82 / E83 / E87 / E88 / E90 / E91 / E92 / E93 GA6HP19Z GA6HP26Z Code letters/code on data plate or label: Refer to ETK/EPC. Total oil volume (transmission and torque converter drained) approx. ltr. 9.0-10
Posted on Mar 08, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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