Question about 2007 BMW 650i Convertible
I replaced the micro-filters in my 650 and reset the servive light. It first went to 1500...meaning that I am suppose to replace them again in 1500 miles.....15000 is what is is soppuse to say....
Anyway, reset it again and it went to 90000. Now I can reset it again until I drive the car because instead of it saying, "reset" it says,"ok" and does not allowing to chnge it.
Visit BMW dealer, connect diagnosis and adlust all service intervals for your choice.You must be with technician which can adjust all parameters thru laptop.
Posted on Sep 16, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
HI NO NEED FOR HI TECH GIZMOS HERE ARE YOU SITTING COMFORTABLE....IGNITION IN OFF POSITION, PRESS AND HOLD MILEAGE RESET BUTTON ,TURNING THE KEY ONE CLICK STILL HOLDING IN THE BUTTON.HOLD FOR ABOUT 5 SECONDS TILL YOU SEE OIL SERVICE OR INSPECTION WITH RESET OR RE IN THE DISPLAY,PRESS THE BUTTON AGAIN ROUGHLY 5 SECONDS UNTIL RESET OR RE FLASHES,WHILE THE DISPLAY IS FLASHING PRESS BUTTON AGAIN VERY BRIEFLY TO RESET THE SERVICE INTERVAL.AFTER THE DISPLAY HAS SHOWN THE NEW INTERVAL YOU SHOULD SEE (END SIA)FOR ABOUT 2 SECONDS AND THERE YOU GO JOB DONE IT WORKS ON MINE EVERY TIME I HOPE THIS HELPS,,,,,,,,,, WELL OFF YOU GO YOUVE GOT MONEY TO SAVE ;-)
Posted on Jun 18, 2008
SOURCE: Blowing smoke whilst driving
I would advise you visit a turbo specialist, as they may be cheaper fitting an exchanged reconditioned unit.
Turbos usually fail because they operate at very high speed and heat. They tend to use the same engine oil as the main engine, and while it is suitable for engine conditions, it may not provide the right lubrication for the bearings. This is why they wear their bearings and loose oil into the air inlet - producing lots of smoke.
This is like a designed-in failpoint.
The only way to avoid it is to fit an inline oil filter to the turbo, and change it often, along with more frequent oil changes.
Use the biggest standard oil filter that will fit your engine too.
Posted on Aug 06, 2009
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