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How do i remove the engine cover on a 2006 bmw m6 e63?

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Take trim back off. See if start. If start, leave trim off. You may have one of those grounding trim cars where you put the trim on and it shorts the battery and then there's not enough electrical electrons to start the motor.

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2006 MmW M6 left headlight fails to turn on. Bulb, igniter and ballast swapped to no avail. Any other suggestions?


Have you checked your fuses ? Might also want to begin checking for power from the fuse panel to the light assembly.

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Replace sparks plugs


Remove four nots or screws depending on production date on top of the engine intake. After removing these the "BMW" covers that are over the valve covers need to come off, they pull straight up and are held on by rubber grommets. After removing these you will see the coils. Lift the lever up on each coil connector and lift up on the coil. The rear coils are hard to remove and hit the edges of engine compartment insulation and sometimes the fuel and a/c lines. Those can be pushed slightly out of the way to allow coil to be removed. This will give you access to the plugs.

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How do i reset camshaft servodrive on 2006 bmw 535xi


Hi Allen, In addition to removing the covers did you remove anything else? If not, reassembling should do the trick. If yours is the engine with VANOS and Variable valve lift (with electronically controlled motor, make sure all connection and pick up sensors are good. If you've lost spark and injection, check the crankshaft and camshaft pickup sensors. Regards John

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I have a 2006 BMW M6! this car will not start...changed starter, it started up! finished putting trim back together and NO START AGAIN! Help!


Take trim back off. See if start. If start, leave trim off. You may have one of those grounding trim cars where you put the trim on and it shorts the battery and then there's not enough electrical electrons to start the motor.

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Seeping oil from bmw m6. frequently. what could be the reason. please help.


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Apr 03, 2011 | 2006 BMW M6

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Hi, I have a BMW 525D '06 My problem is that the navigator suddenly stop working - "Reading error. Please insert DVD" and I can not use the navigator. Often it occur after aprox one hour drive....


This SIB may apply to this issue:

SI B 65 24 07
Audio, Navigation, Monitors, Alarms, SRS August 2007
Technical Service

SUBJECT
CCC Navigation Map DVD not Detected


MODEL
E90, E91, E92, E93 (3 Series) with SA 609 (CCC Navigation)

E60, E61 (5 Series) with SA 609 (CCC Navigation)

E63, E64 (6 Series)

E70 (X5) with SA 609 (CCC Navigation)

Vehicles produced from 8/31/2006


SITUATION
When entering into the navigation system, the screen only displays "Please insert DVD", even though a DVD map is inserted in the drive.

CAUSE

Incorrect map DVD

CCC software or hardware error

PROCEDURE
On a customer complaint basis proceed as follows:

Always verify that the correct map DVD is used (identified by DVD-CCC). Try a known good map DVD and see if the problem is resolved.

Update the complete vehicle per SI B09 05 01 (Programming and Coding with Progman) Procedure B, using Progman 25.00.00 or higher.

If the fault is still present, replace the DVD drive. Refer to Repair Instructions RA 65 83 580

PARTS INFORMATION
Part Number
Description
Quantity

Refer to EPC
DVD drive
1

WARRANTY INFORMATION
Covered under the terms of the BMW New Vehicle Limited Warranty.

Please refer to the latest KSD for all applicable labor operations and allowances.

If the appropriate labor operation is not contained in KSD, then a work time labor operation should be used.

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My m6 keeps overheating in slow traffic after a while.BMW have changed the fan twice but this has not solved the problem. Any advice?


if you run the a/c in slow traffic it will cause more heat in the engine bay then the car can ex spell if that is not the case try putting in a new thermostat and also when the thermostat is being replace have a very through cooling system flush done.hopefully this helps a bit.

Jan 01, 2010 | 2007 BMW M6 Convertible

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Removal of water pump


Removing alternator drive belt, refer to Engine.
Release the belt pulley from the water pump.

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Drain coolant.
Release water pump.

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Insert two M6 screws in water-pump thread and press out water pump evenly from gear case.

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Replace sealing ring.

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2007 BMW 328xi brand New Water pump will not run, I have 12.4 volts to both wires at pump. ground is good. any ideas? Worked on it all last night, Here's the history: the 328xi was overheating, replaced the thermostat. Still overheated, no change. Replaced water pump, worked for a couple days then overheated. Pump did not seem to be running. Did the bleed test to hear pump.. no pump. Moved the pigtail plug around a bit ... started. Ok, figured pump came with a new pigtail for a reason. Cut off old, soldered on new. Seem to be good, pump ran every time I tried and the car ran for the better part of a week, making progress, hadn't ran for that long since problem started. So up till now, New thermo, New pump, New pigtail, New BMW Antifreeze, flushed cooling system, pressure tested, fuses all test good. Back to the ran better part of a week long behold coming out of the bank, it got hot. Now I bought another pumpdifferent supplier put car up on the rack and test pump with bleed test.. no pump, power to both wires and good ground, moved it around and still no pump. Plugged in old pump, still nothing. Bench tested old pump and it ranbut noisy same test to the new one still in car and ran fine. Checked voltage to both wires at the pump during the bleed test, 12.4. Started the car 13.3v, by the way charger hooked up whole time. Still doesn't run. Took a long screwdriver to assist in removing the electrical plug on pump and I see faint sparks, like the case is a little hot- has power somehow. At this point I guess I need to remove pump and thermo. Inspect and install new, this is becoming a real mystery to me, car ran great year an 1/2 prior. Thoughts? Now I have the new pump installed, run the bleed system and I have full power 12.5v to both wires but pump is not running. Touch a screwdriver to the pump case then to chassis ground light sparking, Take a DC voltmeter touch pump and chassis ground and get a reading of 6.3v??

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