Open the rear passenger compartment, there are coverings on the left and right side of the car, on the opposite of the taillight assembly. Turn the plastic knob until it stops, pull the cover off, the bulbs will now be exposed, find the burned out bulb you need to change. It comes out by turning it. Turn it until it stops, pull it out and insert a new one.
how do you change the trans fluid on a 1997 328i automatic trans
In the trunk
Disconnect the battery for 15-30 Mins and it will reset automatically.
Push in the volume button.
It's a dot 4.
A 1997 BMW 328i uses standard 10w-30 engine oil. This provides a good balance of protection and heat dissipation for the engine.
It should turn off, if all of the brake pad sensors are working. You might have a damaged sensor. Each sensor costs around $13.00
In the coolant reservoir in front of the engine.
its located in the engine bay just behind the left headlight or if its a 1996 328i its under the cam cover
I'm having the same problem! Just got a ticket for mine.
on my 328i I had that problem, and found that the tube that held the oil dipstick was sucking air at it's base where it meets the engine.
nope the battery light would go on :P and btw i hope u get ur car over to BMW right away :P
5w-30 full synthetic
Should fit just fine!
Is Impossible to do it manual, if you want to save some money, change the motor oil by yourselves and then for $ 10 many places charge for reset the light, otherwise you need to buy the device that is connect on the right side of the engine with a round black gasket. do not try nothing with the switch because doesn't work
No. The bmw is 5 on 120mm, the J30 is 5 on 114.3mm
M52 engine has a cam chain, no cambelt
I will take it to the dealership or call them.
Some people say the timing chain will outlast the engine, but to be safe some people say every 60k miles, so that's what I do.
There are many rectangular warning lights in the instrument panel on a 2011 BMW 328i. The light can mean that the remote isn't working, that the tires are losing traction, or more. The user manual has a detailed list of the lights and their meaning.
No, the BMW 328i series does not have a spare tire at all.