20 Most Recent 1995 BMW 5 Series Questions & Answers

sounds like a partially plugged radiator. Colder temps will be OK but when weather warms up the problem shows up too...check for leaves etc between the radiator and ac condenser before doing anything else. Stuff on the outside will act the same way as an internal obstruction.

1995 BMW 5... • Answered on Apr 07, 2017

Look up Alpine Auto Werkstatt. They have the answer.

1995 BMW 5... • Answered on Jun 08, 2015

Sounds like a flat battery ... Charge it or replace it

1995 BMW 5... • Answered on May 09, 2014

sounds like the latch is in the first lock position before it contacts the lock. Place a round bar (screwdriver ) under the tongue and pull out at same time as you press the release button /lever

1995 BMW 5... • Answered on Feb 20, 2014

coolant sensor replace it because it could cause more problems with other important sensors andscrew gas milege big time please dont wait get it fixed Coolant sensor u can getit from your parts store its very easy to replace

1995 BMW 5... • Answered on Feb 20, 2014

call the dealer and give them your vin #, usually they give you the code for free

1995 BMW 5... • Answered on Jan 30, 2014

change the central locking relay.

1995 BMW 5... • Answered on Dec 29, 2013


1995 BMW 5... • Answered on Dec 12, 2013

Please check engine grounding and try direct start from starter.. maybe swicth worn out.

1995 BMW 5... • Answered on Nov 08, 2013

When you turn off the switch, there is a second switch in the wiper motor that continues to run the wipers until they are parked. If the window where that switch does not keep the wipers running is too narrow, the momentum of the motor turning will carry the wipers past the end of that window—they will continue until they are not-quite-parked. But not-quite-parked, in an absolute sense, is not parked at all, and that switch will reestablish contact, running the wipers to try to get them to the parked position.

Once there, the overrun happens again, and the cycle repeats.

Beyond that, if that switch gets stuck it will keep running the wipers, parked or not.

Sometimes the wiper motor can be easily accessed, opened up, and that switch can be serviced and properly adjusted. Sometimes the motor needs to be replaced.

Find the connector that runs the wipers, and disconnect it while the wipers are running. The blades will stop where they are.

intermittently, and briefly, reconnect the wipers trying to get them to move only 5 or 10 degrees at a time. This will avoid the motor get up a head of steam. If the wipers stop responding to this once they are parked, the window that the switch considers "parked" is too narrow. If they just keep responding to the application of power, even when they are really in the parked condition, then the switch has arced shut.

1995 BMW 5... • Answered on Nov 08, 2013

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