Question about 1995 BMW 7 Series
Battery may be too weak. The battery can power the headlights and interior lights, but if the voltage is too low, the starter will not engage at all. Charge the battery and try again. BMWs have battery drains that kill the battery in 3-4 weeks. If you store one that long, it is recommended to use a trickle charger to maintain the battery.
Posted on May 02, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 98 BMW 740iL won't start?
If it is an automatic try turning the ignition on and moving the shifter all the way down and place it in neutral to start it if not then put it in park and make sure it is all the way in good luck! Ed
Posted on Sep 27, 2008
If you checked all the fuses try putting the car in neutral sometimes the shifter gets misadjusted and wont start till the car is completely in park.If not check for a lose wire to the starter.If the car has an after market alarm you will have to turn it off before starting there should be a little buuton under the drivers dash or kick panel.GOOD LUCK
Posted on May 01, 2009
SOURCE: 96 bmw 740il misfire
This is a pretty common problem. I would change your valve cover gaskets. They run around ~ 50 bucks. If they are bad it will leak oil into spark plug well and cause a misfire. Very known on the 740.. Also if tune was not anytime not too long ago id change spark plugs while you at it. Then clear the computer and if you still get misfire on 8 try changing the ignition coil which is right about the cylinder with cylinder ignition coil 5. clear the computer. if you get random misfire and misfire cyclinder 5 after then its your ignition coil. parts store runs around 100 bucks
Posted on May 04, 2009
hello ryk786, i/m not a hundred percent certain, but I think the output speed sensor is located at the back of the transmission. With the pan removed, if you look at the valve body and see the EDS valves and connectors, look about 2 inches back toward the end of the case and you should see a connector by itself. There should be a retaining torx bolt and spring holding the sensor in place. After installing the new sensor, do not over-tightend the bolt. The torque should be around 5-6 Nm.
Posted on May 13, 2009
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