20 Most Recent 2007 BMW 760Li Sedan Questions & Answers

no-please change the oil filter, the micron size on a typical engine oil filter is 20 micron-cleaning with kerosene oil will not remove any traces of wear particles

2007 BMW 760Li... | Answered on Mar 31, 2017

from under the car you will need to get up to where the actual catch mechanism is located, from there you should be able to manually release the hood, it may take some effort , but there will be access,although limited... if there is part of the cable accessible grab it with vice grips and pull, hood should release. if not you'll have to find the part on the catch itself that the cable connects too and pull it to release.

2007 BMW 760Li... | Answered on Feb 14, 2012

Hi, What series engine is your vehicle equiped with? It will start with an M? The plugs are hidden under a cover, and it depends on the series.

2007 BMW 760Li... | Answered on Sep 10, 2011

with great difficulty ,i have never done one but another type i have done i have always ripped or broke something .three door cars are a pain when the seat will not tip and i have to repair the cable for the puller ,

2007 BMW 760Li... | Answered on Aug 10, 2010

you could have bad wires, bad plugs, or bad ignition control module

2007 BMW 760Li... | Answered on Jul 31, 2010


Cleaning paint from bird droppings

I can't speak for the BMW paint, but I have a speedy solution to bird dropping and many other deposits on the car. I always carry a 2 liter bottle of seltzer water and paper towels in the trunk of the car. Whenever I get bird droppings on the car, I immediately get out the seltzer water and flood the stain. It bubbles up the droppings right away and then you can gently wipe away the dropping. On any car, if you don't get the droppings up as soon as possible, you can permanently damage your paint. I learned about this in 1990 when a goose let loose on the hood of my new black Lincoln and a gas station attendant came out with a bottle of seltzer. I have been sharing this gem ever since. Make sure you get seltzer, not club soda as this will often contain sodium.

on May 19, 2008 | 2007 BMW 760Li Sedan


Changing brake fluid

ATE currently produces and markets two DOT4 brake fluids with the identical specifications: * Dry boiling point of 536 degrees Farenheit which is 122 degrees Farenheit above DOT4 Specifications, which is Super Racing Blue * Wet boiling point of 392 degrees Farenheit which is 113 degrees Farenheit above DOT4 Specifications, which is Original Brake Fluid TVP 200. Other than packaging, the primary difference between the two is color. The Blue is blue in color and the 200 is clear or light amber in color. This facilitates flushing and changing fluid such that if used alternately, the flusher will know that the job is done correctly when the color change is complete.

on May 19, 2008 | 2007 BMW 760Li Sedan

It depends on how deep the scratch is. If it's shallow and only into the clear coat, it can generally be buffed out with compound and you'll never see it. If it's deep to the touch and goes into the paint to where you can see metal or undercoating the you will have to have it sanded down, smoothed out and repainted.

2007 BMW 760Li... | Answered on May 14, 2008

Visit the on-line store, known as reliable-store, they have the repair manuals. I'm sure you will get the solution of your problem. 2002 BMW

BMW 760 Cars &... | Answered on Nov 28, 2017

There are two ways to solve this homework problem. If you want full credit, you will solve it using integral calculus as your teacher most likely expects. I am WAY too many years out of engineering school to remember how to do that.
The simple solution takes advantage of the fact that speed is scalar that is presented in units of distance over time, so all you need to know is the total distance traveled over a fixed interval of time.
The stroke is 63 inches and the engine makes 123 complete revolutions in a minute.
123 x 2 x 63 = 15,498 inches per minute average piston speed or 1,291.5 ft/minute
or 14.676 miles per hour
This must be a steam engine.
If your teacher is picky about significant digits, don't forget that the original problem had only two significant digits so the answer you give should have only two significant digits.
When you finish your math homework, your punctuation and capitalization could use some work...

BMW 760 Cars &... | Answered on Sep 20, 2011

HI there hear is step by step on how to replace spark plugs this is on bmw 740 put its the same thin

First, remove the main shroud and then using a screw driver the two flat square covers that will reveal the bolts that hold the plastic head covers:


Unscrew the two bolts and then remove the plastic cover. You will see this:


Next, remove the two bolts that hold in the coil that sits over the spark plug (geez, this really is this easy):


Unplug the coil by moving the metal clip that holds the plug in up all the way and then pulling out the plug. Here is a picture of the removed coil:


And a picture of all the removed coils from one side and the cover:


Here is a picture of the head with the coils removed. Note the pooling of oil especially to the right at the plug closest to the firewall. Must have some head gasket failure action going on here:


Here is a look at the coil from the spark plug side -- just a spring that pushes on the plug -- just slides over it easy as pie. NO connecting -- Geez this is too easy:


Picture of the head with 1 spark plug removed:


Picture of the removed plug. Not to bad -- some white sut. Note the oil in the threads -- this happened when I removed the plug and the pooled oil hit the threads:


These are the plugs I went with -- Bosch Platnum +4, part #4417. I got them from Autozone. They have something like a 3 Trillion mile warranty or something. They were $5.99 per -- came to $48.00 for the set. I ain't nevah spent much more than $1.29 for a plug so this was something new for me:


Some looks at the plug:



Put the new plugs in (with proper anti-seize on the threads) and then slide the coil down over the plug, plug in the plug to the coil and then bolt down the coil. Plug #1 done:


Do all 8 and you are done! Boo yaaaaaaaahhhhhhh.

Now -- Funny shot. What's wrong with this picture:


BMW 760 Cars &... | Answered on Jun 30, 2011

code p 0500 and 503 both refer to the vehicle speed sensor(VSS)---circuit malfunction or intermittent/ errattic high input====causes wiring-=--VSS---ECM--wiring poor connection--other connected system---instrument panel---VSS---communication control module
to have the abs light on I would be checking the communication control module or the ECM

BMW Cars &... | Answered on Apr 15, 2019

Not sure what you are asking, need more info.

BMW Cars &... | Answered on Apr 10, 2019

More is good less AMP hours is bad.

BMW Cars &... | Answered on Apr 10, 2019

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