The brake reservoir is located on top of the master cylinder on the drivers side. Remove driver's side incabin air filter by removing clip. Brake fluid reservior is directly underneath. When done filling, just clip the filter back and you're done.
can u show me where the brake fluid resevior on a 1998 bmw 528i is located
how do i change the fluid on 1998 BMW 528i
Under the car, on the transmission itself
diagram of serpentine belt for 528i BMW
how o you remove a battery for1998 bmw 528i?
You can use Mobil 1 synthetic power steering fluid for a 1999 BMW 528i.
How to install headlights to a BMW 528i?
IN BETWEEN THE TIRE AND THE RIM
in glow compartment
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There are a variety of warning lights on the dashboard of a 1998 BMW 528i. The light with an exclamation point is the drive off assistant light and also can indicate a problem with the traction control.
Regular atf fluid will do something good thoughlike penzoil atf pt#3312 will do
Left side upper portion of the radiator.
By sticking your key in the door lock and turning.
Automatic Transmission Fluid /Dexron III or higher. DO NOT use Pentosin in this model. If you do you will eventually regret it.
on the left (driver) side of the engine under the transmission fluid reservoir
I am having the same problem and what I have been reading you have to check it on the side of the transmision.. Also, be sure that your transmission is not the "lifetime sealed" unit which requires a special fluid that is not compatible with ATF. Recommend you check with an authorized BMW dealership mechanic.
The Micro Filter "air conditioner air inlet" filter can be removed once opened on the Driver side of the car,Unclip the duct tube between the firewall and the filter enclosure and wiggle it upward until it is removed ,It wont break,You will then be both supprised and happy to discover the Break booster and Brake fluid reservoir under the Microfilter..Happy hunting
Left of the sterring whell, down near hood release.
I know this is not your question, but I bought a 2000 528i with 68K miles in almost perfect condition. So with a 1998 I really would not but anything with more than 90K miles...
No. They are two completely different body styles (E46 chassis for the 325i and E39 for the 528i). Their engines are also very different (M56B25 for the 325i, and M52B28 for the 528i)
A; A Synthetic oil is reccomended for most/all BMW's. (which brand is up to you) The owner's manual will usually give you the best answer, however, in the older (1998-2000) 528i series it is Mobil 1 0W-40. It is also referred to as the European Blend.
You must replace the brake pad sensors inside or on the rear calipers... usually that is the reason why a brake service is more expensive on a bmw. all due to sensors and the availability of those sensors
The 1998 BMW 528 dipstick is located on the left-hand side of the engine. The dipstick will be near the back of the engine.