Repair Instructions (REP) Replacing front wheel bearing (wheel hub)

31 21 180 Replacing front wheel bearing (wheel hub) Attention! There are / will be wheel bearings installed with a thread pitch of 1.5 mm or 1.25 mm (screw connection of wheel bearing on swivel bearing): Make sure the allocation of the wheel bearing / screws is correct! If applicable, check the thread pitch with a thread gauge. Make sure that the torque allocation ...

Repair Instructions (REP) Stationary wheel balancing

36 10 508 Stationary wheel balancing 36 1 010 36 1 020 Necessary preliminary tasks: Remove wheel Important! Use BMW approved balance weights only. Remove any fitted balancing weights ... applicable, check wheel and tyres for radial and lateral runout. Use BMW approved wheel centring for relevant balancing machine manufacturer. Basic flange Wheel centring element Type flange Nut ...

Repair Instructions (REP) Stationary wheel balancing

Stationary wheel balancing Wheel removed. Prepare the wheel for balancing Additional Technical Information Use only balancing machines that are approved by BMW. The corresponding Owner's Handbook must be observed. Remove any balancing weights, stones in the tyre tread and major soiling. Check the tyre pressure. Check tyres for damage. Check the wheel for radial ...

Repair Instructions (REP) Check one road wheel on balancing machine for lateral and radial runout (wheel removed)

36 10 713 Check one road wheel on balancing machine for lateral and radial runout (wheel removed) 36 1 030 36 1 031 36 1 032 36 1 033 36 1 034 36 1 035 36 1 036 Necessary preliminary tasks: Remove wheel Mount wheel in balancing machine. To avoid clamping errors, fit the wheel on the balancing machine in the same way as it is also fitted on the vehicle (valve position ...

Repair Instructions (REP) Remove or install front or rear wheel

36 10 300 Remove or install front or rear wheel 36 1 300 Attention! In M-vehicles, discs for increasing the coefficient of friction (1) may be installed between the brake disc and wheel rim on the front axle (also refer to Electronic Parts Catalogue)! This disc for increasing the coefficient of friction (1) must be installed again or, in the event of damage ...

Repair Instructions (REP) Notes and specifications for tyre / wheel exchange

36 12 ... Notes and specifications for tyre / wheel exchange General: The tyre size, manufacturer and tyre tread must be the same on one axle To meet the BMW standards, the vehicle should be equipped with tyres from the same manufacturer and with the same tyre tread (tyres approved by BMW) on all 4 wheels The difference in tyre tread depth on one axle must not exceed ...

Repair Instructions (REP) Removing and installing/replacing steering wheel

32 33 000 Removing and installing/replacing steering wheel Note: Wheel alignment is not necessary after the steering wheel has been removed and installed or replaced. Necessary preliminary tasks: Remove airbag unit. Move wheels/steering wheel into straight-ahead driving position. Disconnect plug connection (1). Release screw (2) and remove steering wheel ...

Repair Instructions (REP) Replacing front left wheel arch

41 14 020 Replacing front left wheel arch Note the special vehicle identification number procedure when replacing the front right wheel arch (order the new body part with the vehicle identification number, if necessary)! These instructions are only applicable the first time the wheel arch is replaced! Repeated replacement is only permitted after consultation ...

Repair Instructions (REP) Replacing left or right wheel hub

31 21 121 Replacing left or right wheel hub Note: Procedure is described in the document "Replacing front wheel bearing". ...

Repair Instructions (REP) Replacing steering wheel design cover

32 33 ... Replacing steering wheel design cover Necessary preliminary tasks: Remove airbag unit Unclip design cover in direction of arrow. ...

Repair Instructions (REP) Remove and install front or rear wheel \PREMIUM

Remove and install front or rear wheel \PREMIUM Removing the wheel If several wheels are removed simultaneously: Use a piece of chalk to mark on each tyre the axle and side on which the corresponding wheel is fitted. Unscrew the wheel bolts and remove the wheel. Use the matching adapter from tool set  (wheel bolt adapter set) to loosen and tighten down the wheel bolt ...

Repair Instructions (REP) Removing and installing/replacing sport steering wheel

32 33 010 Removing and installing/replacing sport steering wheel Note: Chassis / wheel alignment is not necessary after the steering wheel has been removed and installed or replaced. Necessary preliminary work: Remove airbag unit Move wheels/sport steering wheel into straight-ahead position. Disconnect plug connection (1). Release screw (2) and remove sport steering ...

Repair Instructions (REP) Removing and installing/replacing sport steering wheel

32 33 010 Removing and installing/replacing sport steering wheel Note: Chassis / wheel alignment is not necessary after the steering wheel has been removed and installed or replaced. Necessary preliminary tasks: Remove airbag unit Move wheels/sports steering wheel into straight-ahead position. Disconnect and detach plug connections (1). Release screw (2) and remove ...

Repair Instructions (REP) General notes on BMW light-alloy wheel

36 10 xxx General notes on BMW light-alloy wheel Note: BMW light-alloy wheels are sometimes difficult to differentiate visually from steel disc wheels. Identifying features: Label on BMW light-alloy wheel. (1) = Indication ”Aluminium” Wall thickness of rim dish: approx. 8 mm. BMW light-alloy wheel is not magnetic. The BMW light-alloy wheel can be identified ...

Repair Instructions (REP) Checking wheel rim for lateral and radial runout

36 10 715 Checking wheel rim for lateral and radial runout Necessary preliminary tasks: Remove wheel Check wheel for lateral and radial runout Remove tyre from disc wheel Remove dirt from rim base and rim flange Important! Disc wheels are not allowed to be repaired! Mount disc wheel in balancing machine. Use suitable wheel centring element supplied with corresponding ...

Repair Instructions (REP) Replacing design cover for sports steering wheel

32 33 016 Replacing design cover for sports steering wheel Necessary preliminary tasks: Remove airbag unit Release screws (1) on steering wheel. Release screw (2) on rear side of steering wheel. Remove design cover. ...

Repair Instructions (REP) Test conditions for chassis/wheel alignment check

32 00 ... Test conditions for chassis/wheel alignment check Observe the following test conditions prior to the chassis/wheel alignment check: Only BMW approved wheel and tyre combinations may be installed on the vehicle Correct tread depth. The tread depth for each axle may differ from left to right by max. 1‐2 mm. Correct tyre pressure (see label on vehicle). All ...

Repair Instructions (REP) Replacing design cover for sport steering wheel

32 33 ... Replacing design cover for sport steering wheel Necessary preliminary tasks: Remove airbag unit Remove both switches from sport steering wheel Unclip design cover in direction of arrow. ...

Functional Description (FUB) Checking wheels

Notes on BMW diagnosis system Checking wheels Repair instructions for checking the wheels Note: Flat spots can negatively affect the check. To avoid flat spots, check the wheels ... on a vehicle hoist to relieve the load on the wheels Repair instructions: Check wheels on a balancing machine. 1. Balance wheels Perform stationary wheel balancing, see repair instructions ...

Functional Description (FUB) Checking wheels

Notes on BMW diagnosis system Checking wheels Repair notes for checking the wheels Repair instructions: Check wheels on a balancing machine. 1. Balance wheels Perform stationary wheel ... and lateral runout In the event of radial or lateral runout, turn the tyre on the wheel rim through 90° Then re-evaluate the vehicle ...

Repair Instructions (REP) Notes on wheel bearing replacement following accident damage

31 00 ... Notes on wheel bearing replacement following accident damage Wheel bearing facts: In the event of accidents or driving conditions similar to accidents, shock-like loads to the wheel bearing units can cause slight damage to the bearing track. Despite initial running without noise, with continued use, this results in later noise generation at the wheel ...

Repair Instructions (REP) Removing and installing / replacing a steering stub / wheel carrier

33 32 131 Removing and installing / replacing a steering stub / wheel carrier Remove rear wheel. Important! Expand anti-twist lock sufficiently to avoid damaging thread when releasing ... parking brake Bowden cable from wheel carrier. Remove wheel bearing (do not pull out drive flange). Remove pulse sensor from wheel carrier. Remove spring strut from wheel carrier. Important ...

Repair Instructions (REP) Replacing the carrier support before the wheel arch on the left

41 11 201 Replacing the carrier support before the wheel arch on the left Follow procedure for repair stage 3. Read contents of Body, General. For stripping and rigging operations ... in front of wheel arch Open welded connections in area (1). Mark severance cut (1) as pictured and cut. Important! Cut outer panel only. Important! Risk of damage to spring strut dome! Open ...

Repair Instructions (REP) Stripping operations - Replacing front left wheel arch

41 14 021 Stripping operations - Replacing front left wheel arch Note: Owing to the different engine variants and equipment specifications, not all the components are taken ... tank (job number: 17 11 100) Remove wheel arch cover (front section) (job number: 51 71 038) Remove wheel arch cover (rear section) (job number: 51 71 039) Front axle complete with engine ...

Repair Instructions (REP) Stripping operations - Replacing front right wheel arch

41 14 030 Stripping operations - Replacing front right wheel arch Note: Owing to the different engine variants and equipment specifications, not all the components are taken ... (job number: 17 11 100) Remove wheel arch cover (front section) (FR number: 51 71 038) Remove wheel arch cover (rear section) (FR number: 51 71 039) Front axle complete with engine ...

Repair Instructions (REP) Replacing engine support in front of wheel arch, left

41 11 095 Replacing engine support in front of wheel arch, left Follow procedure for repair stage 3. Read contents of Body, General. For stripping and rigging operations, refer ... wheel arch edge. Remove section of engine support. Installation note: Mark severance cut on new part in accordance with vehicle and cut. Adjust new part to fit with alignment bracket ...

Repair Instructions (REP) Removing and installing/renewing button for steering wheel heating
Applies to: 2005/03+

61 31 062 Removing and installing/renewing button for steering wheel heating Operation is described in: Removing  steering column adjustment switch. ...

Repair Instructions (REP) Removing and installing/renewing steering wheel module control unit

61 31 231 Removing and installing/renewing steering wheel module control unit Important! Read and comply with notes on protection against electrostatic damage (ESD protection). Necessary preliminary tasks: Remove airbag unit Note: Steering wheel cover is shown removed for purposes of clarity. Remove control unit for steering wheel module (1) from steering wheel (2 ...

Repair Instructions (REP) Removing and installing/replacing both multifunction steering wheel switches

61 31 221 Removing and installing/replacing both multifunction steering wheel switches Necessary preliminary tasks: Remove airbag unit Release both shift paddles if necessary Release screws (1) on left/right on back of steering wheel (2). Note: Both multifunction steering wheel switches (1) are connected to each other by the wiring harness (2). Feed wiring harness (2 ...

Repair Instructions (REP) Replacing left or right wheel bearing on rear axle shaft

33 41 151 Replacing left or right wheel bearing on rear axle shaft Important! Do not damage multipole impulse ring. Necessary preliminary tasks: Remove drive flange for rear axle shaft. Remove toe arm from wheel carrier. (F01/F02/F04/F06/F10/F12/F13/F18) Note: Check brake pads and renew if necessary! F07/F11 only: Deactivate and drain air spring/suspension system ...

Repair Instructions (REP) Replacing engine support with left wheel arch in front of bulkhead

41 11 071 Replacing engine support with left wheel arch in front of bulkhead Procedure Observe repair stage 3! Read contents of Body, General. For stripping and rigging operations ... ): (1) Engine support (2) Engine support, rear (3) Wheel arch, front (4) Connection, wheel arch/entrance (5) Connection, side frame, rear (6) Shaped parts, carrier support, wheel arch ...

Repair Instructions (REP) Removing and installing/replacing airbag unit (sports steering wheel)

32 34 030 Removing and installing/replacing airbag unit (sports steering wheel) Warning! Observe the following instructions to avoid any risk of injury by the airbag unit. Comply ... handling may result in triggering of the airbag unit and thereby cause serious injury. Important! Steering wheel must be replaced if airbag unit has been triggered! Follow procedure after ...

Repair Instructions (REP) Removing and installing/replacing airbag unit (sport steering wheel)

32 34 030 Removing and installing/replacing airbag unit (sport steering wheel) Warning! Observe the following instructions to avoid any risk of injury by the airbag unit. Comply ... handling may result in triggering of the airbag unit and thereby cause serious injury. Important! Steering wheel must be replaced if airbag unit has been triggered! Follow procedure after ...

Repair Instructions (REP) Removing and installing/replacing rear left or right wheel arch cover

51 71 041 Removing and installing/replacing rear left or right wheel arch cover Necessary preliminary work: Remove rear wheel Release all marked screws (arrows). Release screws (3). Unscrew nuts (2). Carefully feed out rear wheel arch cover (1) towards bottom. Installation note: Ensure wheel arch cover (1) is correctly seated. Make sure all screws are installed ...

Repair Instructions (REP) Removing and installing/replacing left luggage compartment wheel arch trim

51 47 151 Removing and installing/replacing left luggage compartment wheel arch trim Necessary preliminary tasks: Remove trim for tail panel at top Not for optional through-loading ... ). Release screw (2) and remove lashing eye (3). Remove wheel arch panel (4). Installation: Make sure luggage compartment wheel arch panel (4) and rubber seal are correctly seated. ...

Functional Description (FUB) Checking wheel hub

Notes on BMW diagnosis system Checking wheel hub Repair instructions for checking the wheel centring Carry out following check: Remove wheels. Clean contact surface of the wheels on the wheel hubs, see repair instructions Fit the wheels and in each case secure only with one stud above the wheel hub, tighten the stud by hand Check the play between disc wheel and wheel ...

Functional Description (FUB) Steering wheel heating

Functional description Steering wheel heating Steering wheel heating The steering wheel heating keeps the temperature of the steering wheel rim at a comfortable level. The steering wheel heating consists of a heating mat with an integrated temperature sensor. Functional description The steering wheel heating can be switched on as of terminal 15 ON using the button ...

Repair Instructions (REP) Removing and installing/replacing right luggage compartment wheel arch trim

51 47 161 Removing and installing/replacing right luggage compartment wheel arch trim Open flap (1) at opening (2) and remove in direction of arrow. Feed out the fuel tank cap ... to: Removing and installing/replacing left wheel arch trim ...

Functional Description (FUB) Measurement of wheel hub

Notes on BMW diagnosis system Measurement of wheel hub Measuring the wheel hub Item Description Item Description 1 Wheel hub diameter 2 External micrometer ...

Repair Instructions (REP) Removing and installing/replacing lower left or right cover (wheel arch)

51 75 ... Removing and installing/replacing lower left or right cover (wheel arch) Necessary preliminary tasks: Remove underbody protection. Release all screws (1). Tightening torque 51 75 1AZ. Remove cover. Replacement: As from April 09, the quick fasteners are omitted and replaced by conventional screw connections. ...

Wiring Diagram (SSP) Multifunction steering wheel
Applies to: P710 (M Leather steering wheel)

Multifunction steering wheel SP000006047310346Multifunction steering wheel Z1 Junction box 15N F24 10A A34 31 31 Z1*10B 8 GN/BL 0.75 15N<24 BR/OR 0.75 31 A92 Steering column switch cluster 31 31 31 31 30 30 31 31 RT 0.35 ELSV_S GE 0.35 LHZ_S OR/GN 0.35 LHZ_LED BR 31 0.35 S93 Switch for steering wheel heaterand steering column adjustment 2 4 3 A92*5B 1 15 31 15 31 ...

Wiring Diagram (SSP) Multifunction steering wheel
Applies to: NOT P710 (M Leather steering wheel)

Multifunction steering wheel SP000005029510346Multifunction steering wheel BL/WS 0.35 K_LIN_11 BL/WS 0.35 K_LIN_11 Z1 Junction box 15N F24 10A Z1*10B 8 GN/BL 0.75 15N<24 A92*1B 9 BR/VI 0.35 31 BR/OR 0.75 31 9 A34*3B 8 Z1 Junction box A34 31 31 A92*2B 7 A92*1B 11 A152 Switch block multifunction steer-ing wheel, left A153 Switch block multifunction steer-ing wheel ...

Tightening Torques (AZD) Wheels

36 Wheels and Tyres 36 10 Wheels Type Thread Tightening specifications Dimension 1AZ Wheel bolt F01 F02 F03 F04 F06 F07 F10 F11 F12 F13 F18 F25 F26 M14 - Screw in the wheel bolts and evenly tighten by hand in a crosswise sequence in order to centre the wheel rim. - Tighten the wheel bolts to the specified tightening toque in a crosswise sequence using a calibrated ...

Repair Instructions (REP) Removing and installing/replacing RDC wheel electronics (2nd generation/3rd generation)

36 11 533 Removing and installing/replacing RDC wheel electronics (2nd generation/3rd generation) Attention! Before removing and refitting, check which generation of wheel electronics is fitted! (See BMW Electronic Parts Catalogue) If the wheel electronics have been removed, the complete valve must be replaced. Note: There are two different wheel electronics ...

Repair Instructions (REP) Replacing a ball joint in left or right swinging arm/lower wheel carrier

33 32 240 Replacing a ball joint in left or right swinging arm/lower wheel carrier 00 2 030 31 5 220 33 3 333 33 4 191 33 4 192 33 4 193 33 4 194 Necessary preliminary tasks: Vehicle with air suspension: Deactivate and drain air spring/suspension system Remove spring strut from wheel carrier. Vehicle without air suspension: Remove spring strut from wheel carrier ...

Repair Instructions (REP) Removing and installing/replacing Dynamic Drive return in front right wheel arch

32 41 435 Removing and installing/replacing Dynamic Drive return in front right wheel arch 32 1 270 Warning! Danger of poisoning if oil is ingested/absorbed through the skin! Danger ... : Remove front right wheel arch cover Remove underbody protection at front and rear Remove right steering assembly cover Release front right underbody panelling Important! Pressure lines ...

Repair Instructions (REP) Rear axle: wheel alignment check must be carried out after the following work

33 00 ... Rear axle: wheel alignment check must be carried out after the following work Graphic F01/F02. A wheel alignment check must be carried out after the following work: Release the following screw connection: Swinging arm, front/rear, to rear axle support Swinging arm to integral link / wheel carrier Guide arm to rear axle support / HSR unit Wishbone to rear ...

Repair Instructions (REP) Kinematics Diagnosis System wheel alignment with ride height measurement without loading

32 00 155 Kinematics Diagnosis System wheel alignment with ride height measurement without loading the vehicle Attention! Do not perform wheel alignment with the vehicle unladen ... . Drive vehicle onto vehicle hoist. Note: The front and rear wheels must be positioned centrally on the rotary and sliding plates. Note: Rotary and sliding plates can vary from ...

Repair Instructions (REP) Replacing rear left outer wheel arch section (rear side panel removed)

41 14 505 Replacing rear left outer wheel arch section (rear side panel removed) Read contents of Body, General. Procedure Observe repair stage 2! Following new body parts are required (refer to Electronic Parts Catalogue): (1) Outer wheel arch section, rear (2) Shaped part, wheel arch, outer (not shown) Following consumables are required: Material Quantity Adhesive ...

Repair Instructions (REP) Removing and installing/replacing front left or right wheel arch cover (front section)

51 71 038 Removing and installing/replacing front left or right wheel arch cover (front section) Necessary preliminary tasks: Remove front wheel Note: For a better view surrounding ... of the wheel arch (1). Installation note: Ensure wheel arch cover (1) and cooling air routing are correctly fitted. ...

Repair Instructions (REP) Removing and installing/replacing front left or right wheel arch cover (rear section)

51 71 039 Removing and installing/replacing front left or right wheel arch cover (rear section) Necessary preliminary tasks: Remove front wheel Note: For a better view surrounding ...  (2) and (4). Remove the cover of the wheel arch (1). Installation note: Renew expanding rivets (2). Ensure wheel arch cover (1) is correctly seated. ...

Repair Instructions (REP) Detaching wheel bearing inner ring from drive flange (drive flange removed)

33 41 ... Detaching wheel bearing inner ring from drive flange (drive flange removed) 33 4 401 33 4 403 33 4 404 33 4 408 33 4 409 Important! Special tool 33 4 409 must not be removed ...  403 and 33 4 404 together until special tool is resting against wheel bearing inner ring. Use hydraulic unit and adapter kits, see BMW Workshop Catalogue. Hydraulic unit - 81 64 2 155 ...

Repair Instructions (REP) Removing and installing/replacing the top rear connection (connection of both wheel arches at front)

51 64 020 Removing and installing/replacing the top rear connection (connection of both wheel arches at front) Warning! Risk of burning! Only perform work after engine has cooled down. Important! Driving without the connection is not permitted. (risk of damage to the body). Necessary preliminary work: Remove side engine compartment lid gasket mounting in working area ...

Functional Description (FUB) Electronic steering wheel module

Functional description Electronic steering wheel module Electronic steering wheel module The steering wheel module is integrated in the steering wheel. The steering wheel module switches the steering wheel heating on and monitors its function. The steering wheel module controls the vibration actuator (only in vehicles with lane change warning and lane departure ...

Functional Description (FUB) Wheels, radial force variation

Notes on BMW diagnosis system Wheels, radial force variation Repair instructions for checking the wheels Check with a "HUNTER GSP97BMW" type balancing machine. Note: Flat spots can negatively affect the check. To avoid flat spots, check the wheels straight after the assessment drive If leaving the vehicle stationary for an extended period (e.g. overnight ...

Repair Instructions (REP) Replacing rear left outer wheel arch section with reinforcement (rear side panel removed)

41 14 502 Replacing rear left outer wheel arch section with reinforcement (rear side panel removed) Follow procedure for repair stage 3. Read contents of Body, General. For stripping ... for repairs. Following new body parts are required (refer to Electronic Parts Catalogue): (1) Side frame, inside rear (2) Tensioning strap, wheel arch (3) Shaped part, wheel arch, outer ...

Repair Instructions (REP) Carry out Kinematics Diagnosis System wheel alignment with vehicle load up to design position

32 00 150 Carry out Kinematics Diagnosis System wheel alignment with vehicle load up to design position Attention! Carry out wheel alignment with DIN load only: If the technical ... vehicle hoist. Note: The front and rear wheels must be positioned centrally on the rotary and sliding plates. Note: Rotary plates may vary from illustration depending ...

Repair Instructions (REP) Removing and installing/replacing front left or right wheel arch cover (front and rear sections)

51 71 040 Removing and installing/replacing front left or right wheel arch cover (front and rear sections) Operations correspond to: Removing front wheel arch cover (front section) Removing front wheel arch cover (rear section) (remaining operations) ...

Repair Instructions (REP) Removing and installing/renewing Dynamic Drive expansion hose part 2 (in front wheel arch)

32 41 431 Removing and installing/renewing Dynamic Drive expansion hose part 2 (in front wheel arch) 32 1 270 Warning! Danger of poisoning if oil is ingested/absorbed through the skin ... preliminary work: Remove right front wheel Remove front right wheel arch cover rear section Remove underbody protection Remove right steering assembly cover Remove right underbody panelling ...

Repair Instructions (REP) Removing and installing/replacing the top rear connection (connection of both wheel arches at front

Removing and installing/replacing the top rear connection (connection of both wheel arches at front) \PREMIUM Remove the left and right service cover NOTE Description is for left ... connection of both front wheel arches) Additional Technical Information Driving without a cross connection is not permitted. Loosen screws 1. Loosen screws 2. Loosen screws 3. Loosen ...

Repair Instructions (REP) Replacing wheel arch trim on front left or right side panel (Japanese national-market version)

51 13 061 Replacing wheel arch trim on front left or right side panel (Japanese national-market version) Important! The notes on component bonding with double-sided adhesive tape serve as the basis for this repair instruction and must be observed without fail. (1) = Wheel arch trim (2) = Positioning aids Removal: Carefully heat the wheel arch trim (1) with a hot air ...

Repair Instructions (REP) Replacing engine support/front left side frame connection (front left wheel arch removed).

41 14 531 Replacing engine support/front left side frame connection (front left wheel arch removed). Observe procedure for repair stage 3. Read contents of Body, General. For stripping ... Catalogue): (1) Connection, wheel arch/entrance Open welded connections in areas (1). View from below: Open welded connections in areas (1). View from below: Open welded connections ...

Repair Instructions (REP) Front axle + steering: wheel/chassis alignment check must be carried out after the following work

31 00 ... Front axle + steering: wheel/chassis alignment check must be carried out after the following work Illustrations show F01/F02: A wheel/chassis alignment check must be carried out after the following work: Release of following screw/bolt connections: Steering gear to front axle support (with identification no alignment check required, see Removing ...

Repair Instructions (REP) Replacing the track rod end on the left or right (flat rate unit specification without wheel

Replacing the track rod end on the left or right (flat rate unit specification without wheel alignment)\ PREMIUM Additional technical information Perform wheel alignment after installation. Removing the wheel If several wheels are removed simultaneously: Use a piece of chalk to mark on each tyre the axle and side on which the corresponding wheel is fitted. Unscrew ...

Tightening Torques (AZD) Wheel Rims

36 Wheels and Tyres 36 11 Wheel Rims Type Thread Tightening specifications Value 1AZ Valve on disc wheel (Tyre Pressure Monitor) F01 F02 F03 F04 F06 F07 F10 F11 F12 F13 F18 F25 3,5 Nm 2AZ Wheel electronics (Tyre Pressure Monitor) on valve F01 F02 F03 F04 F06 F07 F10 F11 F12 F13 F18 F25 3,5 Nm 3AZ Valve on disc wheel (RDCi) F25 F26 WAF 11 8 Nm ...

Tightening Torques (AZD) Steering Wheel

32 Steering Wheel 32 33 Steering Wheel Type Thread Tightening specifications Dimension 1AZ Engine electrics, Lane Departure Warning, to steering wheel F01 F02 F03 F04 F06 / F07 F10 F11 / F12 / F13 / F18 M5x12 Replace screws 4 Nm ...

Tightening Torques (AZD) Steering Wheel

32 Steering and Wheel Alignment 32 33 Steering Wheel Type Thread Tightening specifications Dimension 1AZ Steering wheel to steering column F01 F02 F03 F04 F06 F07 F10 F11 F12 F13 F15 F16 F18 F25 F26 F85 F86 M12 62 Nm ...

Tightening Torques (AZD) Wheel Bearings

33 Rear Axle 33 41 Wheel Bearings Type Thread Tightening specifications Dimension 1AZ Output shaft on drive flange hub F01 F02 F04 F06 F07 F10 F11 F12 F13 F18 F25 F26 M27 Replace ... . Replace collar bolt and spring. Jointing torque 50 Nm Angle of rotation 155 ° F03 M27 Replace collar nut. 420 Nm 2AZ Wheel bearing to wheel carrier F01 F02 F04 F06 F07 F10 F11 F12 F13 ...

Functional Description (FUB) Wheel electronics system, front left

Functional description Wheel electronics system, front left Wheel electronics system, front left The wheel electronics are an element of the RDC tyre pressure control system. In all wheels, wheel electronics systems are installed in the wheel drop centre. The wheel electronics systems are bolted onto the filling valves (made of metal). The wheel electronics ...

Functional Description (FUB) Wheel electronics system, front right

Functional description Wheel electronics system, front right Wheel electronics system, front right The wheel electronics are an element of the RDC tyre pressure control system. In all wheels, wheel electronics systems are installed in the wheel drop centre. The wheel electronics systems are bolted onto the filling valves (made of metal). The wheel electronics ...

Functional Description (FUB) Wheel electronics system, rear left

Functional description Wheel electronics system, rear left Wheel electronics system, rear left The wheel electronics are an element of the RDC tyre pressure control system. In all wheels, wheel electronics systems are installed in the wheel drop centre. The wheel electronics systems are bolted onto the filling valves (made of metal). The wheel electronics are common ...

Functional Description (FUB) Wheel electronics system, rear right

Functional description Wheel electronics system, rear right Wheel electronics system, rear right The wheel electronics are an element of the RDC tyre pressure control system. In all wheels, wheel electronics systems are installed in the wheel drop centre. The wheel electronics systems are bolted onto the filling valves (made of metal). The wheel electronics ...

Functional Description (FUB) Multifunction steering-wheel switch block left and multifunction steering wheel switch block right

Functional description Multifunction steering-wheel switch block left and multifunction steering wheel switch block right Multifunction steering-wheel switch block left and multifunction steering wheel switch block right The multifunction steering wheel contains a horn switch and airbag plus, depending on the model, buttons for controlling the radio, telephone ...

Repair Instructions (REP) Engine oil service F01, F02, F07, F10, F11 without all-wheel drive (N57, N57S)

11 00 ... Engine oil service F01, F02, F07, F10, F11 without all-wheel drive (N57, N57S) Warning! Risk of scalding! Carry out work on the vehicle only when wearing oil- and heat-resistant protective gloves incl. forearm protection, face guard and protective apron. Attention! Carry out engine oil service only when the engine is at operating temperature. Observe ...

Technical Data (TED) Wheels Steel and aluminium strip wheels

36 10 Wheels BMW Steel and aluminium strip wheels Max. radial runout of tire Rim with tire max. mm 1.6 Max. axial runout or tire Rim with tire max. mm 1.8 Max. radial runout out rim max. mm 0.8 Max. axial runout of rim max. mm 0.8 Max. imbalance for each side (before balancing) max. g 90 for clamp weights120 for stick-on weights Permissible residual imbalance ...

Technical Data (TED) Wheels Two-part alloy wheels

36 10 Wheels BMW Two-part alloy wheels Max. radial runout of tire Rim with tire max. mm 1.3 Max. axial runout or tire Rim with tire max. mm 1.5 Max. radial runout out rim max. mm 0.5 Max. axial runout of rim max. mm 0.5 Max. imbalance for each side (before balancing) max. g 90 for clamp weights120 for stick-on weights Permissible residual imbalance for each side ...

Technical Data (TED) Wheels One-part alloy wheels

36 10 Wheels BMW One-part alloy wheels Max. radial runout of tire Rim with tire max. mm 1.1 Max. axial runout or tire Rim with tire max. mm 1.3 Max. radial runout out rim max. mm 0.3 Max. axial runout of rim max. mm 0.3 Max. imbalance for each side (before balancing) max. g 90 for clamp weights120 for stick-on weights Permissible residual imbalance for each side ...

Functional Description (FUB) Rear left and rear right wheel speed sensor

Functional description Rear left and rear right wheel speed sensor Rear left and rear right wheel speed sensor An active wheel speed sensor is fitted to every wheel. The active wheel speed sensors are connected to the DSC control unit. The complete signal processing takes place in the active wheel speed sensors. Functional description The wheel speed is measured ...

Functional Description (FUB) Front left and front right wheel speed sensor

Functional description Front left and front right wheel speed sensor Front left and front right wheel speed sensor An active wheel speed sensor is fitted to every wheel. The active wheel speed sensors are connected to the DSC control unit. The complete signal processing takes place in the active wheel speed sensors. Functional description The wheel speed is measured ...

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