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Shipping From UK by ROYAL MAIL - Everything you want to know about your bmw car can be found within this specific workshop manuals. Servicing, repair, maintenance, disassembly and assembly can all be done correctly, and as recommended by the manufacturer of the vehicle. Whether you want to change a brake pad or the complete engine, all the information is there, step by step so you dont miss anything. BMW is definitely one of the most luxurious cars in the world. If you are the proud owner (and you are if your on this listing) of such a car then you must also follow the essential things that would help you maintain the car and repair the problems, in case any of them arise. Today, there are many BMW Car Manuals available at local stores as well as on the various automobile websites. These manuals offer essential information on the repair, maintenance and service of the car along with many other details related to the car. Therefore, if you follow these manuals they will definitely help you keep your luxurious car well maintained. Since you are the owner of a BMW, you must make it a habit to go in for regular servicing of your car along with repairs and maintenance, and in this case the expenses will be higher than usual. There might of course be a mechanical problem or there might be even be accidents when you will have to repair the part that has been damaged. Whatever might be the cause of repair, you can find all the information in your bmw car service manual. General Contents that can be found on this workshop service manuals: 1.General Info & Maintenance: -Jump starting car -Engine coolant (anti freeze) -Manual transmission fluid checking and replacement -Leather upholstery & trim -Genuine BMW parts -Emergencies -Maintenance tables -Spark plug replacement -Jack stands -Brake fluid -Gaskets & seals -Brake fluid level -Inspection -Engine oil service -Polishing -Fluids & lubricants -Washing the chassis -Tightening fasteners -Power steering fluid, checking level -Accelerator and throttle linkage -Electrical testing -BMW special tools -Torque wrench -Spare part kits -Towing -Warnings, cautions & notes -Wire repairs -Car will not start -Final drive oil level -Planning ahead -General bolt tightening torques -Oil service -V-belt replacing -Working under car safely -Oil service -Manual transmission fluid -Drive axle joint boots -Windshield wiper blade maintenance -Exterior washing -Getting started-Engine oil & filter changinf -Brake fluid replacement-Non-returnable parts -How to use the manual -Non-reusable fasteners -Raising car safely -Checking the battery & cleaning -Brake system inspection -Fuel tank & fuel lines -Parking brake checking -Tools-General -Under-car maintenance -Clutch fluid checking -Idle speed -Special cleaning -Power steering fluid -Automatic transmission service -Replacing the battery -Safety -Seat belts -Tyres rotating -Overheating -Exhaust system inspection -Service -Fluid & lubricant specifications -Engine drive belts -Manual transmission service -Body & Interior maintenance -Interior care -Cooling system service -Engine compartment maintenance -Feeler gauges -Dim lights -Waxing -Engine oil checking level -Bmw service manuals -Rear suspension inspecting -Low oil pressure -Lifting the car -Digital multimeter -Body, hinges, lubricating -Changing a tyre -Front suspension &steering linkages inspecting -Basic tool requirements -Advice for beginners -Cleanliness -BMW service indicator -Automatic transmission fluid 2.Engine: -Cylinder head & valvetrain -Oxygen sensors -Valve guide -Removing & Installing -Valve springs -Air flow measurement & vacuum leaks -Engine specifications -Engine Removal & Installation -Connecting rods & pistons -On-board diagnostics -Cylinder block & crankshaft -Ignition -Preventive maintenance -Ground connections -Warnings & cautions -Hydraulic valve adjustments •Lubrication system -Basic requirements -Engine management systems -Cylinder head height -Valve leak test -Fuel supply -Cylinder compression checking -Valve seat dimensions -Battery voltage -Engine driveability troubleshooting -Cooling system -Engine mechanical troubleshooting -Camshaft specifications -Cylinder head removal & Installation -Valve specifications -Vanos control systems -Driveability troubleshooting -Wiring & harness connections -Basic engine settings -Fuel delivery-Camshaft timing 3.Fuel & Cooling System: -Coolant pump replacement -Fuel pressure specifications -Ecm pin assignment -Cooling system bleeding -Throttle position sensor tests -Troubleshooting -Fuel pump current -Warnings & cautions -Radiator service -Fuel tank & lines -Cooling system service -Electrical checks & component testing -System pressure testing -Electrical cooling fan replacement -Fuel pump fuse & relay -Thermostat replacement -Cooling fan test -Intake air temperature sensor test -General -Coolant pump & thermostat -Engine management system variants -Operating fuel pump -Coolant temperature sensor wire colours -Fuel pump relay -Fuel level senders -Fuel pump electrical circuit testing -Temperature gauge checks -Belt-driven cooling fan replace -Fuel pressure regulator replacing -Engine control module (ECM) -Engine coolant temperature sensor -Radiator & expansion tank -Fuel delivery tests -Draining & refilling -Warnings & cautions -Relieving fuel pressure & connecting fuel pressure gauge -Auxiliary cooling fan switching temperatures -Cooling fan replacement -Cooling fans -Idle speed control valve -Operating fuel pump for tests -Removal & Installation -Cooling system capacities -Thermostat check -Fuel rail injectors, checking & replacing -Fuel pump delivery specifications -Secondary air Injection -Removal & Installation -Mass air flow sensor variants 4.Suspension, Steering, Wheels: -AST Indicator lamp function -Front wheel alignment specifications -Steering gear rack, Installation, removal -Front wheel bearings -Front suspension -Rear wheel alignment specifications -Antilock brake system (ABS) -Coil spring removal & assembly -Stabilizer removal & assembly -Shock absorbers & springs -All season traction -Final drive flange -Trailing arm & bushing removal, Installing -Power steering bleeding & filling -Final drive oil br /> PC Requirements: -DVD-Rom Unit -8 GB HDD Space (for all software install) -Windows OS (XP, Vista, 7 - all 32 and 64 bit)