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Code ox28, thermal oil sensor. Why is there no A/C power in my 2004 BMW X5?

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SOURCE: Location of Oilf Filter on BMW X5 4.4i V8 Engine

Depends on the engine, if its a M62, its under the hood, torwards the front drivers side. 9e6fcd7.jpgIf it a N62, it is on the underside of the vehicle, next to the oil drain plug. Its the black plastic housing with a 6mm allen bolt in it(thats used to drain the oil out before removal)25e2e14.png

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SOURCE: I have to replace the power window motor on my BMW X5

Hi Racegas, I am assuming you need to take off one of the rear door panels. The 1/4 glass sunshade needs to be removed to gain access to a hidden screw.If you are looking at the sunshade from inside of the car. Lower the window, and look at the op of the shade assembly on the inside. You will see a square looking hole. Using a small pocket screw driver, or equivalent, insert the screwdriver into the hole and pry upwards. Pull the assembly to you at the same time. The clip that holds the assembly in place is pretty stout. You may want to shine a flashlight inside the hole to get a better idea of how far to pry the retaining clip up. Just in case you need to know, there are 2 screws under the trim strip that is adjacent to the release handle and one toward the bottem of the door near the interior pocket.

Posted on May 13, 2009

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SOURCE: Reset oil light

Get in vehicle before turning key to 1st position, press in & hold odometor reset button while holding in turn key to position 1. after a few seconds reset will appear on screen release & push in again. it will ask you if you would like to reset, press again.

Posted on Sep 23, 2009

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SOURCE: i need to no where fuel filter is on my bmw x5 3

I need also,told by main agent filter is adjacent to passenger ns
sill,there is a cover there,looks like the big one over the underside?
will post after I do the job KJ

Posted on Sep 24, 2009

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SOURCE: BMW X5 CAMSHAFT POSITION SENSOR A .SHOW DIAGRAM

hi i have a diagram if you would like it i could email it to you and there are 2 of them does it say which one it is? you can email me at
s.e.morris@hotmail.co.uk
and i will send you the diagram hope this helps

Posted on Mar 21, 2010

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