I would start by checking the vehicle for fault codes. However, it doesn't work as my old unit. The 4th wire is an orange one, so I've just used a length of the wire scavenged from the e39 and connected it to the pin no 7 of the main wiring plug, then wrapped all up in the fabric tape. It has a firearm bracket in the rear center armrest. Always check the radio fuse before replacing the radio, including the fuse at the back of the radio.
If communication to other modules resumes, the disconnected module is the faulty one. On top of that the whole bucket of wires I was trying to get the same colours and gauges as per wiring diagrams, which took 2 hours with side cutters and other tools to pull them out of that E39 Obviously some soldering was involved, heat shrink tubing recommended, as it looks nicer and does better job than i. Monitor the signal to the final stage from the control unit. The interior was significantly revised. March 10, 2018 Followup from the Pelican Staff: No. The failure mode of these buttons is quite simple. March 15, 2018 Followup from the Pelican Staff: Possible the control unit is faulty.
The bits you will need to get are: - 3 servo motors, as mentioned earlier - Rear air duct - 1 heater temperature sensor the template for it is already in place, just need a dremel to cut it away - heater matrix pipes as mentioned earlier. With the wiring connected up and routed properly you can put it all back in the car, preferably with the help of a second person. The radio is located in the center of the dashboard. Also check connectors and splices for water corrosion. As to the heater hoses, there is either a replacement grommet required with 3 holes instead 2, if you can get hold of one obviously, however there is an easier and cheaper solution - you can reuse your old one. Eventually I have plans to prepare a full guide with photos and tips after I will successfully finish the process. Figure 14 Seat Heat controls: Pull the left connector green arrow straight out to remove it.
Mechanically, the 5 Series gained the new engines and transmissions from the. To calculate the length of the cables you need on the engine bay side, just put it side by side with the bonnet switch plug and add around 8 extra inches. If you have a problem with your radio, you can swap it out using the instructions below. I take it I have to code the unit to the car? December 1, 2016 Followup from the Pelican Staff: You shouldn't. The fifth generation introduced various new electronic features, including the iDrive infotainment system, head-up display, active cruise control, active steering, adaptive headlights, night vision, lane departure warning and voice control.
Never work on your vehicle if you feel the task is beyond your ability. I will start with that procedure, then each component will follow. The E60 was replaced by the in 2010. This may be a faulty blower control. Archived from on 9 June 2010. Squeeze the release tabs on the right side connector to disconnect it red arrow.
The base system used a 6. If you're working with the electrical system, disconnect the battery before beginning. The above diagram also shows you the 3 additional bits you have to put on - 2 hoses items 2 and 3 and a double water valve item 4 , as well as the rough idea of where which hose needs to be connected should you get confused at any point. As my heater assembly was equipped with aux electric heater that sits just behind the heater matrix inside heater housing, and the one I was supposed to replace it with didn't have one, there was a modification required, both to the assembly and the wiring. Any ideas on what to do? Does it change when you adjust fan speed? I've mentioned earlier that the blue plug from e39 was almost the same as the one I needed for my panel - the outer shell is the same, however the white insert is designed for slightly different connectors - will post some photos explaining that later. Do you have questions or want to add to the article? The aux heater plug was 4 pin - 3 wires just simply connect to the existing wiring in the same way the servomotors do, just unwrap the tape from the connection points and solder the 3 wires on, matching the colours.
On the Basic Heater both ventilation flaps are connected with a white plastic connector - simply remove it and with the motor I've mentioned earlier in place it will be ready for individual left and right side operation. The E60 was the first 5 Series to be available with a turbocharged petrol engine, a 6-speed automatic transmission and regenerative braking. Be sure that the center dashboard trim panel clips are in good condition before installing. Archived from on 13 February 2009. It may seem as if the blower resistor is faulty, but replacing it doesn't remedy the issue. March 15, 2018 Followup from the Pelican Staff: use a volt meter or a scope to monitor the signal wire for voltage change.
The E60 was also one of the first vehicles, as well as one of the first vehicles in the industry, to offer features such as , , , and auxiliary integration the latter became standard equipment on later E60 models , and technology. Also referred to as complete or incomplete emission monitors or readiness codes. It all fired up straightaway, working as intended - only fault in memory was the aux pump - must have pull the plug loose while installing the water valve and hoses - after refitting the plug all was working perfectly - did a lot of testing, all the motors are working beautifully, the whole system is brilliant - so far so good. All you need is a 28mm holesaw - just look at the item number 11 on the following diagram and drill the 3rd hole roughly as per picture. Archived from on 2 October 2017. On automatic transmission models, a shifter replaced the mechanical version and shift paddles were available for the first time on a 5 Series model outside of the M5.