Question about BMW X5 Series
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: A/C & Heater buttons
i had exactly the same problem and i solve it 3 days ago. the buttons were not responding. what you need to do is to open the front panel (not so easy job. take out the radio first and then the aircon/clima board. you will need extra care not to lose the small parts) and you will see under the buttons some metal contacts paired with some plastic joints that are not any more in the correct position: your buttons are not returning in the upper position.
The small metal parts under the buttons should push back the plastic joints but yours are not doing the job anymore.
Make sure that all the sides of the small metal "v" shape springs are under the plastic joints. Put everything back and should work.
Before mounting everything back you can test the PCB by connecting the contacts manually. You should see the status of the leds lights changing. If the PCB is working then you will be 100% sure that the reason are the buttons.
I need also help to find the A/C electrical scheme for an bmw 1996 E39 auto climatronic. Thanks.
Posted on Jul 10, 2008
i am assuming this X5 has the self leveling rear suspension, but not the front, right? can you hear the pump in the rear coming on?
pump is locatred under the spare tire. remove the rear deck floot & spare tire and you will see the pump in the center.
check to see if any hoses are pinched first. have someone start the car while you are in the back to see if you can hear/feel the pump running. if the pump is running, then a hose is definately pinched or disconnected.
if the pump is not coming of, then check the wiring at the pump and the fuse. if power is present at the pump, then pump may have finally failed.
Posted on Mar 08, 2009
right i had this ***** of a problem 2nd week in jan 2010. a bmw mechanic told to jack car up at front and hook a jumper pack up to live on starter motor terminal and then earth, was quite hard to put croc clip on to starter but did manage it. this was supposed to back charge to battery to get enough power to open car with remote, in theory it should of worked but i gave up after 3 hours-no power. so i got my key put it in drivers door and mechanically turned to open position, then i got a cutlery knife from kitchen and wrapped some insulation tape around tip up 2-3 inches. then i pushed this down glass directly above door handle key end to pry a gap between glass and rubber just enough to slide coat hanger wire in with small hook on end then i manouvered wire hook until i hooked latch arm which i did within 1 minute pulled coathanger wire up and pulled door handle the door opened much to my delight. this was a major sigh of relief after trying for 2 days to get in, and many hours searching the net for a solution which i couldnt find. THIS WORKS 100 percent WITH ABSOLUTELY NO DAMAGE!!!!!!! any questions email me- email@example.com
Posted on Jan 19, 2010
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