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I have a 04 bmw 545i auto tranny I have a code p2820 how can I fix this problem

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Your car battery is dead. Or the cable from the battery to the 12V terminal has a bad connection.

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SOURCE: Where is the battery located on a 2005 BMW 545i?

On the right hand floorboard of the trunk under the lining.

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you need to change the Air mass sensor

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I just did the oil change on my 2005 545i...the correct position of the oil filter is underneath the car. Climb under the car and at about where the engine meets the tranny is a small plastic "window" that you can open by unscrewing three screws. There you will find the drain plug for the engine oil as well as the engine oil filter assebly.

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