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How do I get the power outlets in my BMW 750i to work - none work

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Either the fuse is blown which is the most common if none of them work. Otherwise a wire is disconnected.

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How to Replace thermostat on bmw 2010 bmw 750i

all you want is in service and repair manual with diagram and you can get the manual from the given link

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Why after driving my 2006 528i bmw say about 30 to 40 min when I turn the car off and try to start the car up again it will not start. but if I wait about an half hour the car starts right up

I believe the 5 series has the same IVM module.

2006 BMW 750i - IVM module - Replaced on 5th January, 2015
Car would no longer recognize remote starter key and I could not start the car. Lights on in dash, but no noise, no starting.

Inittially thought one of my remotes were no longer good, then thought maybe it was because I had my iphone too close to the key..... None of my initial diagnostics were right, it was the IVM module. I often waited 15 minutes, then it started; then finally one day it wouldn't start at all.
Apparently the Integrated Voltage Module (IVM) has a relay in it that fails over time. The car began intermittently not recognizing the Remote (key), then failed completely. Replaced the IVM module and the car started immediatly and has started everytime since replacement. Part cost $127.US + tax at BMW dealer or $80. on line. Pretty cheap for what it has (9 connectors, a printed circuit control board, several relays and multiple fuses). Easy to replace and it took 1/2 hour to replace and is located under passenger side cabin filter (under the hood) on the 750i - there are nine (9) connectors to remove and re-install on this module. Mine was an original part Manufactured on 21 January, 2005. Tools needed: one Allen wrench and a # 10 socket. See YouTube for video.
Apparently Dealer will replace for close to $500. You can do it yourself.

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What causes transmission fluid leak on 2007 bmw 750i

You do not say where the leak is; front, middle, or back of transmission.
There is a 210mm x 3mm o-ring and 128mm x 3mm o-ring for mating parts. There is a fill plug with o-ring on the side, a drain plug with o-ring and an oil pan gasket on the bottom. Common causes are age of the o-ring or gasket material, pinching of the o-ring during installation, or failure to have a clean surface for the gasket during installation. This assumes all fasteners have been properly tightened.

Jun 02, 2014 | 2007 BMW 750i Sedan

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Instrument panel leds inop on 09 750i BMW. Is there a fuse replacement?

There are fuses that work with your dash. You can always check to make sure that's it's not blown out before you start spending money to have a mechanic check it out

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What the best tires for 2007 bmw 750i

Per, there were four tire size options for a 2007 BMW 750i starting at 18 inch going to 21 inch wheels. You will need to know what size you car currently has and whether they are staggered (narrow front/wider rear) or the same front/rear. You will also need to know if they are "Run flat" or regular. The site has good testing articles and ratings of various brands. The Uniform Tire Quality Grade number rates tire longevity (higher number lasts longer 100= approx. 7,200 miles) and the letters are for traction (AA is best) and temperature (A is best).
Continental Extreme Contact DWS is available in your size works well as an Ultra High Performance All Season.

Oct 02, 2013 | 2007 BMW 750i Sedan

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Car maint service at 60,000 miles

first answer is the easiest to answer
brake pad comes in 3 compositions
hard for extreme brake work --taxi applications
intermediate --for every day drivers and conservative brake applications
soft for high speed stops and braking as in race cars
The dust generated is in direct ratio to your driving habits and brake applications at 60,000 miles it should not be necessary to replace chains but tensioner and wear pads may need adjustment
get reputable brake professional shops to do the brakes as there may e a need to machine the disc rotors before fitting new pads
That makes quoting from here difficult to do as an inspection is required first
Find accredited service shops with experience on BMW cars and get service quotes but I would expect the account to be around $1000.00 aud for the service as it is a big service and should include all fluid changes , Brakes , transmission , diff , coolant, power steering
suspension checks , fault code readings , possible plugs and leads
It will all be in the service schedule book

Jan 13, 2018 | 2007 BMW 750i Sedan

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Where is the cigarette fuse located on bmw 2009 750i

check your glove box. there is a tab that covers your fuses. It should be located there

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Why does my bmw 750i vibrates at 80kms. the tires have been balance

could be a couple things if all wheel drive it could be a drive shaft but just cuz the tires have been balanced desent mean there good u need to look at the tire while spinning on the balancer if it hopes up and down that could be ur side to side is usually a problem it could still be a bent rim aswell usually vibrations at that speed means tires but a shaft is still a possibility

Oct 26, 2012 | 2007 BMW 750i Sedan

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