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BMW battery is on right side inside carrier (luggage) compartment.

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Why don't I have juice to dash on 2008 BMW 535 I? I installed an electric water pump and when I try the bleeding procedure their was 0 juice to dash and interior except the start button, which when p


Fairly obvious that you made an error in wiring the electric water pump, and have blown one or more fuses (or may have damaged some wiring).
Disconnect the water pump entirely (for now), and recover your electrical system (check all fuses, breakers, and fusible links).

NOTE THAT THE ELECTRIC WATER PUMP IS A HIGH ELECTRICAL CONSUMPTION MOTOR, AND MUST RECEIVE ITS POWER DIRECTLY FROM THE BATTERY THROUGH A CONTROL RELAY, preferably from the STARTER primary power wire. You will need to use an inline breaker (properly rated for the electrical current rating in AMPS for the electric water pump), and you will need to use a fairly robust relay to turn the water pump on and off with ignition switch power.

If you are unfamiliar with electrical principles related to high-amperage applications in a vehicle, I'd recommend that you refer the installation of your after-market water pump to someone with the necessary experience, so that you do not further damage your vehicle.

Best of luck to you!!

Jul 25, 2014 | 2008 BMW 535i Sedan

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How do I replace the battery in my 2008 bmw 535i


It is very easy to replace the battery. It is located in the trunk.
however, you would have to take your car to BMW to reset the car since you have put a new battery in the vehicle.

May 27, 2014 | 2008 BMW 535i Sedan

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HOW DO I ACCESS BATTERY IN 2008 BMW 535


If Im not mistaken the battery is under the rear seat bottom on the passenger side of the car there should be a release handle or a access panel that will allow you to move the seat bottom to get to the battery. hope this gives you sopme help.

Dec 18, 2010 | 2008 BMW 535i Sedan

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How can I jump start my 535 diesel? The battery is in the back but I see there is a ve connection in the engine compartment. I don't know where to connect the negative lead and am scared of shorting...


You can jump to the battery or alternator or starter. All have a hot lead. Usual method is positive clamp to the battery "+" terminal and negative cable to a good ground point. This could be the "-" battery terminal, a place on the frame, or a ground point on the engine.

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Bmw 535 not selecting gear


Either the door is not fully closed, or the shifter assembly is faulty, common problem. The dealer should replace it under warranty.

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Where is the battery located in a bmw 535


hi..the battery compartment for the 5 series is in the
trunk on the passenger side.
check it out..
thank u..
kindly rate my response..

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Bmw 535 ,1987 stops abruptly on the road !


Had similar problem on my 97. Replaced main computer. No more problems after 28k miles.

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