Question about BMW 545
M62 ENGINE TURN OFF RADIO FIRST. YOU NEED TO INSTALL A MEMORY SAVER BEFORE DISCONNECTING NEGATIVE BATTERY CABLE. TO KEEP FROM LOSING PCM MEMORY. TO REMOVE OIL PUMP.YOU NEED TO LOWER OIL PAN.REMOVE THE LEFT AND RIGHT ENGINE MOUNTS AT THE BOTTOM.REMOVE POWER STEERING PUMP AT THE HOLDER.REMOVE OIL PIPES AT THE POWER STEERING PUMP ALSO ON AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION, REMOVE BANJO BOLT FOR THE OIL RETURN PIPE FROM THE OIL FILTER AT THE OIL PAN.REMOVE THE MOUNTING BOLT ON THE SPROCKET FOR THE OIL PUMP AND REMOVE THE SPROCKET ALONG WITH THE CHAIN,REMOVE 3 OIL PUMP MOUNTING BOLTS AND REMOVE THE OIL PUMP.REMOVE THE OIL PIPES OUT OF THE CRANKCASE. BEFORE INSTALLING NEW OIL PUMP, CHECK SEALS ON THE OIL PIPES AND REPLACE IF IT NECESSARY.LUBRICATE THE SEALS WITH OIL AND THE OIL PIPES.CHECK THE SEAL IN THE OIL PUMP AND REPLACE IF NECESSARY, SCREW THE HEXAGON ADAPTER BACK INTO THE OIL PUMP UNTIL IT STOPS.INSTALL OIL PUMP AND 2 RIGHT SIDE OIL PUMP MOUNTING BOLTS .TORQUE BOLTS 14 - 17 FT LBS. POSITION THE CHAIN ON THE PUMP AND SPROCKET AND INSTALL THE SPROCKET.TORQUE BOLT TO 35 FT LBS VERIFY THAT THE CHAIN IS POSITION CORRECTLY. ADJUST THE CHAIN SAG TO 0.315 - 0.472 INCHES 8 - 12MM BY TURNING THE HEXAGON ADAPTER IN THE OIL PUMP, THEN INSTALL THE LEFT SIDE MOUNTING BOLT. INSTALL OR CONNECT THE FOLLOWING. INSTALL BANJO BOLT FOR THE OIL RETURN PIPE FROM THE OIL FILTER AT THE OIL PAN, INSTALL THE POWER STEERING PUMP AND CONNECT THE OIL LINES IF EQUIPPED.INSTALL LOWER OIL PAN, INSTALL THE ENGINE OIL.INSTALL THE NEGATIVE BATTERY.
Posted on Mar 19, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: cant find oil filter
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.
Posted on Jun 07, 2009
if it was me and did not have any problems with the one i have now i would keep the one i have this is what i do before i change cars i get on www.autozone.com and checkout the price different to see if the new car is going to cost me more in parts like a alternator and i wish you the best Michigan Man.
Posted on Jul 30, 2009
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