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To release the fuel filler flap if the central locking system has failed, see page When handling fuel, comply with the safety regulations displayed by garages and filling stations.
Place the screw cap in the holder on the flap. When refuelling, insert the filler nozzle fully into the filler neck. The engine should be run exclusively on unleaded fuel. Since the engines have a knock control function, they can run on different grades of fuel. For winter-grade diesel oil, see page Do not use rapeseed oil methyl ester RME or Biodiesel, or you risk damaging the engine. Tyre pressures Check tyre pressures regularly at least every two weeks and before starting a long journey.
Incorrect tyre pressures can adversely affect the car's roadholding and cause tyre damage, which could result in an accident. Remember to check the spare wheel tyre pressure as well. It should be at the highest pressure needed for any of your car's tyres. When towing a trailer, always use the values for the higher load. After correcting tyre pressures, re-activate the system; see page If other makes of tyre are fitted to the car, higher tyre pressures may be needed.
Approved tyre sizes are shown on page onwards. Seats 49 Steering wheel 52 Mirrors 53 Seat, mirror and steering wheel position memory 55 Safety systems: Trip distance recorder; outside temperature display 77 Revolution counter 77 Energy Control 78 Fuel gauge 78 Coolant thermometer 79 Service Interval indicator 79 Check Control 80 On-board computer 83 Technical features for journey comfort and safety: Air conditioning 95 Automatic air conditioning Seat heating Heated steering wheel Roller sun blind Auxiliary heater Auxiliary ventilation control Remote control for auxiliary heater Practical interior equipment: Glove box Storage compartments Drink can holders Ashtrays Cigarette lighter Loading and load carrying: Load area Roller-blind cover Net in front of load area Compartments in luggage area Pull-out load floor Load Roof rack Towing a trailer Please note that BMW Service is required to check that you are entitled to order spare keys, since the keys are part of the car's security system see Electronic immobilizer, page Key with radio remote control 1 Master key with radio remote control transmitter 2 Spare key, to be kept in a safe place, for instance in a purse or wallet.
This is a master key, but is not intended for regular use 3 Key for doors and ignition. Electronic immobiliser What the electronics system can do A special electronic component is integrated into the key. The vehicle's electronics exchange constantly updated signals, which are individualized for every vehicle, between the ignition switch and the electronic components in the key.
The ignition, fuel supply and starter motor are only released once the key is identified as authorised. The electronics integrated into the key are exposed to mechanical The electronic immobiliser is an addidamage. This could prevent you from tional means of protecting your BMW against theft, and operates without you starting the engine. It ensures that the engine will only start if an ignition key which the immobiliser recognises as belonging to the car is used.
You can also ask BMW Service to invalidate individual keys, for instance if they are lost. If a key has been invalidated, it can no longer be used to start the engine. Watch the closing movement to ensure that no-one is trapped. The movement is stopped when the key is released. The principle The central locking system cannot take effect until both front doors are closed. The following are unlocked and locked together: When operated from the outside, the deadlocks are engaged at the same time.
It prevents the doors from being unlocked either at the safety lock buttons or door handles. In the event of a collision, the central locking system is released automatically, but only at doors which were not locked separately by means of the inside buttons; see page The hazard warning flashers and interior light are also switched on. Locking and unlocking Do not lock the car when there is anyone inside it, as it cannot then be unlocked from the inside.
On these cars, unlocking with a key triggers off the alarm. To switch off the alarm: Manual operation if an electrical fault has occurred By turning the key to the limit positions in the door lock, you can lock and unlock the driver's door. Hold button 1 down. When you release the button, the opening process is interrupted immediately. Failing this, the tilt alarm sensor and interior movement detector will be out of action.
Locking and thiefproofing Press button 2. The antitheft deadlock is simultaneously engaged and the alarm system activated. Do not lock the car when there is someone inside it, as it cannot then be unlocked from the inside. Switching on the interior lighting If the car is locked, press button 2. Subject to the remote control's range, this function can be used to locate your car on a large car park, for example.
Unlocking Press button 1. On versions for certain markets, pressing the button once only unlocks the driver's door; it must be pressed a second time to release the remainder of the central locking system.
Switching off tilt alarm sensor Briefly press button 2 again after locking the car. This also switches off the alarm system's interior movement detecting function see page LED light-emitting diode 3 comes on briefly when any button is pressed. Certain symbols on the radio remote control may differ from those illustrated here. Hold button 2 depressed. The closing procedure is interrupted if the button is If you wish, you can have this spe- released.
The closing procedure is interrupted if the button is released. The front passenger's door has no outside lock, in order to reduce the risk of theft. On certain national-market versions, the alarm system can only be operated from the radio remote control. Press button 1 unlock or turn the ignition key to position 1.
Always take the car keys with you so that the car can be opened from the outside.
Interference The radio remote control may be susceptible to local interference from other systems or equipment operating on the same frequency. This button is used to operate the central locking system when the front doors are closed. If you wish, the central locking system can be set to engage as soon as the car is driven away. You can have this setting programmed as part of the Key Memory facility.
Do not lock the doors with the safety buttons during the journey, or else the central locking system will not be released in the event of an accident. Note that children could lock the doors from the inside if they are alone in the car. Always take the key with you, so that the car can be opened from the outside. Turn the master key to the right past the Press the button arrow: If you then hand over only door and ignition key 3 see Manual operation page 34 , the boot lid cannot be if an electrical fault has occurred opened.
This extra security can be Saloon: The luggage compartment is locked again as soon as its lid is closed. Opening from inside car With this button, you can open the luggage compartment lid or tailgate while the vehicle is stationary, provided it is not deadlocked. Rear window touring It is quick and easy to load and unload small items if the rear window can be opened separately. Press the button arrow: It can be swung upwards.
To close the window, press down on the glass. Protect the window if it is likely to be struck by sharp-pointed or sharp-edged objects on the load area during the journey; this is to prevent damage to the rear-window heating elements. Closing saloon A recessed handle arrow next to the lock mechanism makes it easier to pull the lid down. If you are obliged to drive the car with the lid, tailgate or rear window open: Closing touring You can pull the tailgate down with both hands if required arrows at the recessed handles provided.
To close the tailgate, press it down only lightly. The actual closing action is automatic. Please note this if, for instance, you are opening the tailgate in a garage. Tensioning straps Use the tensioning straps on the floor of the load area to prevent small objects from slipping. If you place objects on the lashing straps, they form a non-slip base.
See also under "Loading", page The interior movement detector is activated about 30 seconds after the last locking action. The alarm system reacts if: Depending on the national-market version of the car, the alarm system indicates unauthorised entry or tampering in different ways: Even if an item is not closed be operated from the radio remote confully, the remaining items are protrol.
On these cars, unlocking with a key tected and the telltale lamp begins to triggers off the alarm. HowTo switch off the alarm: After the alarm has stopped, the telltale once again flashes intermittently. The tilt alarm sensor and the interior movement detector can be switched off together. This prevents the alarm from being triggered off when not wanted, for instance in two-level garage parking Interior movement detector or when travelling on a car train or ferry: The illustration shows the interior movePerform the locking movement actiment detector's transmitter and revate twice, by pressing button 2 on the ceiver.
The telltale comes on briefly, then flashes continuously. In this case the complete system must be de-activated and re-activated. To open, press the rocker switch beyond the normal detent point. Protective function There is a contact strip on the inside of each window surround, at the top. If it is compressed as the window closes, the closing action is interrupted immediately and the window re-opens slightly. Despite this protective function, make sure that the window is not obstructed as it closes; if this precaution is not taken, the risk remains that thin objects, for instance, may not actuate the contact strip correctly.
The protective function is switched off by pressing the switch beyond its normal pressure point and holding it there. Opening and closing windows From ignition key position 1: Press the switch briefly again to halt the movement. When leaving the car, always take out the ignition key and close the doors, so that children cannot operate the electric windows and possibly injure themselves.
Low air pressure or draughts inside the car when the sunroof is slid back or tilted up can be avoided by keeping the ventilation outlets on the fascia open Safety switch and increasing the airflow if necessary.
This prevents the electric rear side winSee page 96, Always press the childproof safety switch when carrying children on the rear seat. Careless closure of electric windows can cause injury.
When being raised, the roof lining only retracts a few centimetres. You can operate the electric sunroof for up to 15 minutes after switching off the ignition, provided that a front door has not been opened and closed again in the meantime. Furthermore, the following movements are automated: Data Keywords. To open the roof from the raised position, hold the switch in the opening direction until the roof has reached the desired position.
When the roof panel is raised, the sliding trim is pushed back slightly; when the roof is slid open, it moves with the roof panel.
It remains in the open position and can be moved to a new position whenever required. Pressing the switch stops this movement. Despite this protective function, make sure that the roof is not obstructed as it closes; if this precaution is not taken, the risk remains that thin objects, for instance, may not actuate the closing-force limiter correctly.
Power supply failed or interrupted After the power supply has been interrupted e. To restore its full range of functions: Seats, adjusting For your own personal safety, please note the following precautions when adjusting the seat position:.
Do not reposition the driver's seat while the car is in motion. Otherwise an unexpected seat movement could cause the driver to lose control of the car and lead to an accident. The seat belt should pass as closely as possible over the wearer's body.
In adPull the lever up and slide the seat to dition, the restraining effect is reduced the preferred position. Do not slide the seats to the rear if the car is inclined at an angle for instance a garage ramp or a slope. This could lead to the automatic seat belt height adjuster becoming disconnected. Correct seated position To relieve the load on the discs of the spine, sit well back in the seat with your back resting firmly against the seat back.
The ideal position is when the head is a straight-line extension of the spinal column. On long journeys the seat back can be reclined rearwards to a slightly greater angle, in order to reduce muscle strain.
You should still be able to reach the highest point on the steering wheel with the arms slightly bent. Head restraints To adjust height: Adjusting front head restraint angle: Manual On this seat, the thigh support area can also be adjusted: Pull the lever and move the thigh section until it provides the necessary support.
Head restraints reduce the risk of neck injuries in the event of an ac- The angle of the passenger's seat can cident. The head restraint should therefore be positioned with its centre at approximately the same height as the ears of the seat's occupant. The centre rear head restraint should be left fully retracted; if it is pulled out more than a very short distance, it will not function correctly.
The adjustable upper section of the seat back supports the shoulder area of the seat occupant's body. It enables a relaxed seat position to be found and reduces the load on the shoulder muscles. To obtain the recommended optimum settings: Driver's and front passenger's side: Comply with the adjusting instruc- The seat back contour can be altered to tions on page 49, or there may be provide more support to the curved a risk to your personal safety.
The upper edge of the pelvis and the spinal column are supported, to encourage an upright but relaxed seated position. Passenger's seat in rest position: Manual 1 Swing out the clamp lever 2 Move the steering wheel to the preferred reach and angle to suit your seated position 3 Fold the lever back in to clamp the steering column in the new position.
Do not adjust the steering wheel position while the vehicle is in motion, otherwise an accident may result from any unexpected movement.
This automatic system responds to the ignition key setting and the driver's door. Press the button once to fold the mirrors in, and again to fold them out. This can, for example, be useful in car washes, narrow streets or to reset a mirror to the correct position if it was previously folded forwards. To memorise mirror positions, see "seat, mirror and steering wheel position memory", page In this way, the view to the rear is extended and the blind spot is reduced in size.
The mirror on the passenger's side is more convex than the mirror on the driver's side, and therefore reflected objects are closer than they appear.
It may be difficult to estimate the precise distance at which another vehicle is following your car. The same applies to the aspherical outer section of the mirrors. Inside mirror To reduce glare from following vehicles after dark, tilt the mirror image by moving the small lever. The mirror switches automatically to the clear, non-dimmed position when the driver engages reverse gear or selects R.
To ensure that the mirror always functions correctly, keep the two photocells clean and unobstructed. One photo-cell arrow is in the mirror glass, the other is slightly offset on the back of the mirror. For details of the electrochromic mirror principle, refer to page The mirrors are illuminated from ignition key position 1 on.
Electric mirror heating Both mirrors are heated automatically in ignition key position 2. They have the same automatic-dip action as the inside mirror.
The positioning movement is interrupted immediately if you operate a seat adjustment switch or one of the memory buttons. With the driver's door closed and the ignition key either removed or in posiYou can memorise and call up three dif- tion 0 or 2: Do not call up the memory while the car is in motion, otherwise an unexpected seat or steering wheel movement may cause an accident.
You can have your car programmed so that when it is unlocked with your own personal remotecontrol key your preferred seat, mirror and steering wheel positions are obtained automatically. Otherwise damage could be caused if the seat moves back automatically to the previously selected position. Passenger's side mirror tilt-down parking position 1 Move the mirror changeover switch arrow to the "Driver's mirror" position 2 When reverse gear or automatic transmission selector lever position R is selected, The driver can then see the ground close to the car for instance, the edge of the kerb.
This automatic function can be switched off if not required: Car Memory, Key Memory Coloured adhesive labels are supplied with the keys so that they can be identified by the users. How it works You may often have wished that you could modify the operation of certain features of your car to suit your own individual preferences. When developing the car, BMW therefore "designed in" a number of freely programmable options for the car, which BMW Service will gladly adjust as you wish. There are "Car Memory" and "Key Memory" settings, the former relating to the car itself, the latter to your personal requirements.
You can have up to four sets of basic settings programmed for two different persons. This presupposes that each person has his or her own remote control key. By means of data exchange with the key, the car identifies the user when the car is unlocked and performs the necessary adjustments. At the appropriate points in this Owner's Handbook you will find this symbol, as an indication that special settings as described above are available.
These instructions also apply to passengers in the car. Never restrain more than one person with each seat belt. Babies or small children must not travel on the lap of another occupant. The belts should not be twisted and must run firmly across the pelvis and shoulder.
They should not pass over hard or fragile objects in your pockets. It should not pass over any sharp, solid or breakable objects in pockets etc. The seat belt must not run across the wearer's neck, nor should it be trapped or abraded by coming into contact with sharp edges or objects. The seat belt should always be worn as close to the seat occupant's body as possible. If possible, avoid bulky clothing and remember to tauten the belt frequently where it runs over the shoulder.
In the event of a head-on collision, the lap belt could otherwise slide over the hips and injure the lower part of the body. In addition, the restraining effect is reduced if the seat belt is slack against the wearer's body. Pregnant women should also wear the seat belt, making sure that the lap strap is well down on the hips and does not press on the abdominal region of the body. If the centre belt cannot be pulled out, the larger section of the rear seat back is not properly locked into position; see page Wear the seat belts whenever the car is driven.
To fasten: To open: As the seat is moved forwards and back, the upper belt loop is automatically adjusted to the wearer's size. The two seat belt buckles integrated into the rear seat are intended for the left and right seat occupants. The telltale lamp confirms that the airbag system is ready to operate from ignition key position 1 onwards. System operational: If there is a system fault, there is a risk that it will not be triggered off even if a sufficiently severe accident occurs within the airbag range.
Please have it checked by BMW Service without delay. Protective effect The front airbags protect the occupants of the front seats in the event of a headon collision, where the restraining effect of the seat belts alone would no longer be adequate. The head and side airbags provide protection in the event of a side-on collision.
The side airbag which inflates has the effect of supporting the upper body from the side. Always fasten your seat belt on every journey, despite the presence of an airbag: The airbags are not triggered off in minor accidents, nor if the car rolls over or is struck from the rear. In such circumstances the seat belt provides optimum protection. Choose a seated position that is comfortable but also at the maximum possible distance from the steering wheel or fascia and door.
Always grip the steering wheel on the rim otherwise you may suffer hand and arm injuries when the airbag is triggered. No objects should be held or allowed to rest between the airbag and seat occupant. The cover of the front passenger's airbag should not be used as a storage tray. Do not use adhesive on, cover over or otherwise modify the upholstered covers on the steering wheel, the dashboard, the side panels on front and rear doors and the roof struts, nor the sides of the roof liners.
Never install child restraint systems on the front passenger's seat. Children under 12 and those who are smaller than 1. When side airbags are fitted for back seat passengers, ensure that child seats are correctly mounted as far as possible from the doors.
Do not allow children to lean out of the seat towards the door, as this could result in considerable injury in the event of the airbags being triggered. If the car's occupants are unduly sensitive to the ignition and inflation noise generated by the airbag systems, their hearing may be temporarily affected. For further information on the airbag system, see pages and Small children up to about 18 months old can be secured with a rear-facing restraint system on the back seats, using standard seat belts.
BMW Service can supply suitable child restraint systems for every age group. Please comply with the notes in the installation instructions when using these products. For children aged from approx. Unfolding the child's seat: Reach under the front of the seat and pull it upwards diagonally to the rear arrow.
Then press the child's seat to the rear until it engages in position. Folding away the child's seat: Release by pulling the loop forwards and down arrow. Then press down from the top until the child's seat engages. Use the integral child's seats only in conjunction with the head restraints.
When repositioning the car's front seats, make sure that the child's feet are not trapped. Never leave children in the car on their own even when occupying a child's seat. Note the safety instructions regarding seat belts on page 58, to ensure that the full protective action of the belts is maintained. If damaged or subjected to severe loads in an accident, have the integral child's seat and other accessories if necessary renewed by BMW Service.
Insert key into slot on rear door and turn outwards: This door can now only be opened from the outside. Ignition switch 1 Steering released A slight movement of the steering wheel often makes it easier to turn the key in the ignition from 0 to 1. Individual power consumers can then operate. After removing the key, turn the steering wheel slightly if necessary until the steering lock engages. Automatic transmission cars: Do not move the selector lever away from position P until the engine is running ignition key position 2.
Before the ignition key can be returned to position 0 or pulled out, the automatic transmission selector lever must be moved to position P interlock. Never run the engine in an enclosed space. The exhaust gas contains carbon monoxide, which is colourless and odourless, but highly toxic. Inhaling exhaust gas constitutes a severe health risk and can lead to loss of consciousness with fatal consequences.
Do not leave the car unattended with the engine running, as it then constitutes a considerable potential hazard. Allow the starter motor to run for a reasonable time, but not for more than about 20 seconds. As soon as the engine fires, release the ignition key. Do not allow the engine to warm up at a standstill, but drive off as soon as possible, using moderate engine speeds. BMW iA, iA: Your BMW is equipped with a convenient-start system.
It is sufficient to turn the ignition key briefly to position 3 to operate the starter motor , then to release it. The starter then runs automatically for a predetermined period, and cuts out as soon as the engine has started. If the battery voltage is low, automatic starting cannot be activated, or the function is interrupted.
The engine can be jump started refer to page Start the engine immeway while starting the engine. Movement of the accelerator pedal has no influence on the starting process. Bleeding the the fuel system: Even if the fuel tank has been run dry, the fuel system does not normally need to be bled. If you nevertheless encounter difficulties in starting the engine: Stopping the engine Turn the ignition key back to 1 or 0.
BMW d: When the engine is cold, a fuel-burning auxiliary heater is used to warm the car's interior more rapidly. Its exhaust fumes are discharged under the door sill on the driver's side. If the engine is stopped before it has reached its regular operating temperature, the auxiliary heater continues to run for a short time, and therefore produces exhaust fumes.
Never take out the ignition key when the car is still moving, in order to prevent the steering lock from engaging. When leaving the car, always remove the ignition key and lock the steering. Manual-gearbox cars: When parking on a slope, apply the handbrake, because merely engaging first or reverse gear may not prevent the car reliably from rolling away. Select position P. The brake lights do not come on when the handbrake is applied. Applying The lever engages automatically and the telltale in the instrument cluster lights up in ignition setting 2, refer to page Releasing Raise slightly, press the knob and move the lever down.
The handbrake is primarily intended for preventing a stationary vehicle from rolling away, and acts on the rear wheels. In exceptional cases, if the handbrake has to be used to slow or stop the car, do not pull the lever up too hard.
Keep the knob on the lever held in all the time. Technical Online Edition for Part-No. Press the gear lever to the left until slight resistance is overcome. The reversing lamps then come on automatically in ignition key position 2. When the lever is moved from a forward or reverse gear into neutral, it is automatically spring-loaded to return to this plane of the gate.
Never try to prevent the car from rolling back on an uphill gradient by slipping the clutch; always apply the handbrake. A clutch that is allowed to slip will wear rapidly. It responds sensitively to your individual driving style and the actual road and traffic situation. Various shift programs are used for this purpose. Moving the selector lever A locking mechanism is provided to prevent accidental movement of the selector lever to certain positions. To release the lock, press the button on the front of the selector lever knob arrow.
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Before moving the selector lever away from P or N with the car at a standstill, you must press the brake pedal down to release the lever shiftlock. Keep the brake pedal pressed down until ready to move away, so that the car does not creep forwards or backwards as the case may be with the gear engaged. Starting the engine The engine can only be started in positions P or N. The gear display differs according to your car's equipment specification see pictures. Do not leave the car unattended with the engine running, as this constitutes a potentially severe accident risk.
All lever positions can still be selected, but in the forward positions only certain gears are actually available when the car is driven. Avoid excessive loads, and take the car to the nearest BMW Service. Do not work in the engine compartment with the selector lever in a driving position, in case the car begins to move unexpectedly.
The transmission continues to shift automatically, but only up to the selected gear. Position 2 is also particularly suitable for use when towing a trailer. In the "kick-down" position, maximum acceleration and top speed are availaUse this position for all normal driving. The system shifts up through all forward Press the accelerator pedal down begears and the AGS functions in an unre- yond the regular full-throttle position; stricted manner. You can either drive the car as with a conventional automatic transmission, or shift between gears yourself.
If you wish to return to fully automatic gear shifts, move the lever back to the right, to position D. It responds sensitively to your individual driving style and the actual road and.
D Drive automatic shift position Use this position for all normal driving. All forward gears are selected as necessary and the AGS is fully operational. This position is recommended if it is intended to make full use of the car's available performance. When the lever is next moved, the automatic transmission will switch from the Sport program to the manual-shift mode. The gear display reads 1 to 5 or M1 to M5 according to version. Kick-Down In the "kick-down" position, maximum acceleration and top speed are available in position D.
Press the accelerator pedal down beyond the regular full-throttle position; increased resistance will be felt. The instrument panel shows the selected gear briefly, followed by the gear actually in use.
For rapid acceleration in the manual-shift mode for example when overtaking shift down manually or use the kick-down to shift to a lower gear. In the following situations, Steptronic "thinks for you" in the manual-shift mode: It will cancel when released. If the telltale flashes and the relay ticks more rapidly than usual, a flashing turn indicator has failed; if towing a trailer, the failed lamp could be on the trailer.
You can leave the lever in setting 1 all the time, then all you need to do is to activate the rain sensor from ignition setting 1. To do this,. Activating the rain sensor: From ignition setting 1, shift into lever setting 1. In any event, the wipers will now cross the windscreen once. Rain sensor: To vary the sensitivity of the rain sensor: When the rain sensor is activated, the turn knurled wheel 7.
This means you do not wipers may operate and be damaged.
Instead, you to the intermittent wipe mode when the car comes to a standstill not on cars can focus your entire attention on prevailing road and traffic conditions. This with rain sensor. The wipers switch to normal speed when the car comes to a standstill not on cars with rain sensor. Fluid from the washer tank is sprayed on to the windscreen and the wipers are operated for a short time.
If the lever is pulled only briefly, washer fluid will be sprayed on to the windscreen, but the wipers will not be switched on. Changing the wiper blades: The driver should only operate the washers and cleaning equipment if certain that the fluid will not freeze to the windscreen and interfere with the view ahead.
Antifreeze should therefore be added to the fluid; see page Do not run the washer systems if the fluid reservoirs are empty, or the washer pump will be damaged. Programming is cancelled: When the rear window is opened, its wiper is switched off. After closing the window it then has to be restarted if required. To renew the wiper blade, see page Rear window wiper touring 0 Parked position of rear window wiper 1 Rear window wiper operates intermittently.
When reverse gear is engaged, the wiper operates continuously. Windscreen washer jets The windscreen washer jets are automatically heated when the ignition key is in position 2. The car accelerates without the accelerator pedal being touched.
As soon as you release the switch, the speed the car has reached will be maintained and memorised. If engine braking alone is insufficient on a downhill gradient, the controlled speed may be exceeded.
It may also prove impossible to maintain with the available engine power on uphill gradients. Switching on Press the button: When the telltale lamp goes out, the rear window heating continues to operate at reduced output, then switches itself off automatically. Each time the switch is pressed briefly again, road speed is increased by approx.
Press button 3 briefly: Every time you press the button, road speed drops by approx. Press button 1: You can then use Hold button 3 in: The car slows down by automatically cutting the throttle if you are already running on cruise control. As soon as Maintaining and memorising you release the switch, the speed the speed, accelerating car has reached will be maintained and Press button 2 briefly: The car's actual speed is maintained.
Cruise control Cancelling the cruise control Calling up memorised speed When activated, press button 1: You can use the cruise The speed last memorised is recalled control again when required. If you turn the ignition key to setting 0, the stored road speed trol function automatically: Do not use the cruise control on twisting roads, in heavy traffic which prevents a constant speed from being maintained or if the road surface is slippery snow, rain, ice or loose stones, sand.
Outside temperature display The outside temperature is displayed from ignition key position 1 on. If the outside temperature falls to apThe layout of the displays differs acprox.
Trip distance recorder. Never allow the engine to run in the red zone of the revolution counter. In this zone the fuel supply is interrupted to protect the engine. This becomes evident as an intermittent reduction in available power. Fuel gauge Add fuel in good time, or else there is a risk of running the tank dry and causing damage to the engine or the catalytic converter.
This enables you to check how economical and environmentally friendly your current driving style is. When the car is halted, the needle moves back to zero. The warning light comes on briefly as an operating check when the ignition is switched on. Fuel tank capacity: Certain vehicle positions, e. Service Interval indicator Clock symbol Shows that brake fluid renewal is due.
Green light-emitting diodes The fewer are on, the sooner the next service will be due. Switch it off at once and allow to cool down. A service routine is due. Make arrangements with BMW Service. Between the coloured zones Normal operating temperature. At high outside temperatures or when loads on the car are severe, the needle may move up as far as the beginning of the red zone. Checking coolant level: Periods during which the battery was disconnected are ignored by the display.
In such cases you must ensure that the brake fluid is renewed every two years regardless of the display. Also see page Graphic display The following instructions and status messages are depicted as symbols and sound a gong from ignition setting 2. They remain on display until the faults have been remedied: A defective third centre brake light is indicated by the upper symbol.
A gong signal is always heard at the same time. Priority 1 These displays appear immediately, accompanied by a gong signal and by flashing fault display symbols 1. If several faults occur at the same time, they are displayed in succession. The displays remain in force until the faults have been rectified, and cannot be erased with CHECK button Stop the car immediately and switch off the engine; see page Add fluid at the earliest opportunity; see page Priority 2 These faults or reminders are shown for 20 seconds in ignition key position 2 and beyond.
After the text displays have gone out, symbols remain visible to indicate that there are fault messages in the Check Control. See page onwards and or consult BMW Service. Control Messages displayed at the end of a journey All malfunctions which have been indicated during a journey are displayed again in succession when the ignition key is turned back to position 0.
The following information is also provided if appropriate:. There are no malfunctions in the systems monitored. After the ignition key has been removed tion displayed in another language. Calling up functions Using the button in the turn indicator lever, from ignition key setting 1, you can call up on-board computer information in the instrument cluster display unit. Every time you press the button towards the steering column, another function is displayed on screen i.
Operating range and average speed The range is calculated on the basis of distance actually covered. The average speed display ignores any stationary periods where the engine was switched off. The sequence of displays is: See also page From ignition setting 1, the most recent setting appears on the display.
The layout of the displays differs according to your car's equipment. The engine must be running. Clearing the display While average speed is being displayed, if you press the turn indicator lever briefly, the on-board computer display can be switched off. An audible warning signal tells you how far you are from obstructions behind the car. To do this, four ultrasonic sensors in the back bumper measure the distance to the nearest object.
The measuring range for the two corner sensors ends approx. The two centre sensors have a range of approx. In ignition key position 2, the system is activated automatically after approx. It is switched off when the lever is moved out of reverse gear or away from position R. If you are towing a trailer, of course, the system cannot make the appropriate measurements and is therefore out of action. The PDC cannot act as a substitute for your personal assessment The distance from an obstruction is inof obstructions.
The sensors have cerdicated by an intermittent audible signal. The closer the car approaches the tain "dead areas" in which objects cannot always be detected. In addition, the obstruction, the more rapid the sequence of signals. When the distance is detection of obstacles can reach the less than 30 cm approx. The signal is interrupted after approx.
Loud sound sources such as loud ra3 seconds if the distance from the obdios can overpower the signal tone of stacle remains constant during this the PDC. Keep the sensors clean and free If a continuous signal at a pitch higher from ice, so that they always operthan usual is heard when the system is ate reliably. Have Do not spray the sensors for any length the cause traced and rectified by BMW of time with a high-pressure cleaning Service.
Keep such jets at least 10 cm approx. Telltale lamp The telltale lamp in the instrument cluster goes out shortly after the engine has been started. If the telltale lamp flashes: The system is active, that is to say it is compensating for fluctuations in traction caused by the road surface. If the telltale lamp does not go out after the engine has been started or comes on during the journey: Please visit BMW Service for repair work. Switching on again Press the button a second time; the telltale lamp will go out.
If the limit speed is exceeded, the driver is responsible for the consequences: The extra safety potential offered by this system must never be understood as an invitation to take additional risks. In addition to achieving optimum dynamic stability when accelerating and starting from a standstill, a gain in stability is obtained when cornering. Note however that the car always remains subject to the limits imposed by the basic laws of dynamics. The system is in operation whenever the engine has been started.
Switching off Press the button; the telltale lamp will come on. It is advisable to switch off the system to improve traction: Online Edition for Part-No.
It takes effect over the entire road-speed range and regardless of the load on the car. If the influencing factors change road surface and other operating factors such as steering, braking etc. With the ignition key in position 2, press the EDC button arrow ; the telltale lamp next to the S will come on.
The Sport program should be selected if you require a firmer response from the suspension in all operating situations. To change over to automatic control: Press the button again; the telltale lamp will go out. This system automatically ensures that movement of the road wheels is damped according to the car's needs, and therefore enhances both ride comfort and safety.
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The system reports any sudden loss of pressure in one or more tyres. To enable the RDC to "get to know" the correct tyre pressure, check tyre pressures in all tyres against the tyre pressure table on page 27 and correct if necessary. Then activate the system. This telltale in the instrument cluster or the Check Control informs you whenever tyre pressure is not normal.
If there is a loss of tyre pressure If the tyre pressure has dropped too far after a short time quite normal on any tyre , the yellow telltale lamps up or the message "check tyre pressure" appears in the Check Control. This is to remind you that the tyre pressure should be corrected to the specified values again as soon as possible. If you are asked to check tyre pressures shortly after correcting Activating the system them, the corrected pressure values 1 Turn the ignition key to position 2 but were not plausible.
Please check the do not start the engine tyre pressures again and correct them 2 Keep the button pressed in arrow to the values specified in the tyre presuntil the yellow telltale lamp on the in- sure table. After this, re-activate the strument panel comes on for a few system.
Do not repeat this process until you have ensured that tyre pressures are correct.
Otherwise RDC operates automatically in ignition setting 2 and therefore takes effect during every journey. In addition, a gong sounds. When this occurs, slow down to a stop immediately, avoiding harsh braking and steering manoeuvres.
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Replace the defective wheel with tyre. The spare wheel supplied as standard with your car is equipped with the necessary RDC electronics and is therefore also monitored automatically after fitting, when the system has been activated. The RDC can be subjected to brief interference locally by outside equipment or devices which use the same radio frequency.
While there is a fault in the system, the yellow telltale lamps up or the message "Tyre pressure control inactive" appears in the Check Control.
Consult BMW Service if necessary. You can have the daytime dipped headlamp setting selected on your car. Low beam headlamps If you switch off the ignition while the low-beam headlamps are switched on, only the parking lights remain lit. You can also have the "Delayed switch-off" "Follow-me-home" headlamp setting selected: All load conditions: To avoid dazzling the drivers of oncoming vehicles, the beam throw of the low beam headlamps must be adjusted to suit the load carried in the car: Values in apply when towing a trailer.
Right or left parking lights In ignition key position 0, move the turn indicator lever beyond its normal left or right turn position until it reaches a final detent and is retained there. Switching interior light on and off manually Press the button arrow briefly. To switch off the light permanently, hold the button depressed for about 3 seconds. To cancel this mode, press the button. The load-area light in the touring operates similarly.
Interior lighting Footwell lights The footwell lights operate in the same way as the interior light. There are reading lights at the front next to the interior light, and in the rear passenger area. They can be switched on and off using the buttons beside them.
To protect the battery, all lights inside the car are switched off about 15 minutes after the ignition key has been turned to 0. Air conditioning 1 Air supply to windscreen and side windows 2 Air to the upper body area The knurled wheels down the sides open and close the air vents any intermediate setting possible and the levers alter the direction of air flow.
The 6 o'clock setting is recommended in normal conditions see illustration and overview of system on page Switch off the air conditioning at outside temperatures below approx. This helps to prevent the windows from misting up.
If the windows fog over immediately after switching off the air conditioning, switch it on again. Moisture condensate forms in the air conditioning and is discharged underneath the car. Traces of water on the ground are therefore normal. Tips for pleasant driving For the air temperature 6 the setting will normally result in pleasant driving conditions.
For air distribution setting 7, move selector to "6 o'clock". For setting 8, move to centre position. Turn outlets 2 so that the airflow passes the occupants without striking their bodies directly.
Turn the knurled wheel between air vents 2 into a central position to allow slightly cooler air to enhance fatigue-free driving. The description below tells you how to obtain various settings which may be individually preferred.
Air supply The airflow volume can be continuously varied. The greater the incoming flow of air, the more effective heating and ventilation will be. In position 0 the blower and air conditioning are switched off and the fresh air supply from outside the car is entirely shut off. Recirculated air mode If there are strong smells outside, you can shut off the supply of outside air for temporary periods.
The air inside the car is then recirculated. If your car has a multifunctional steering wheel with recirculated air button, this can also be used to shut off the incoming airflow see page The scale values are guide figWhen the heated rear window ures for the interior temperais switched on, the telltale ture. When the time comes to sell your BMW, please remember to hand over this Owner's Handbook; it is regarded legally as part of the vehicle.
If you have any queries, BMW Service will be glad to advise you. Symbols used indicates instructions or precautions which you should definitely read for your safety and that of others, and to prevent damage to the car. Your own car When you ordered your BMW, you chose various items of equipment.
This handbook describes all models and equipment specifications which BMW offers within this particular model line.
This explains why the handbook may also contain details of items which you have not ordered. See page Order No. Deviations may occur with respect to certain national-market versions of the cars.
In cars with righthand drive, some controls will be located differently from those illustrated in this handbook. The high safety and quality standards of BMW vehicles are maintained by unceasing development work on designs, equipment and accessories. Because of this, your car may differ from the information supplied in the Owner's Handbook.
Nor can errors and omissions be entirely ruled out. You are therefore asked to appreciate that no legal claims can be entertained on the basis of the data, illustrations or descriptions in this handbook. For your own safety In short, the functional efficiency or road safety of your BMW, and also its Use only parts and accessory value, may be affected if its specificaproducts which BMW has aption is altered by installing parts not approved for your car.
Parts and products which BMW has ap- proved for it.Tensioning straps Use the tensioning straps on the floor of the load area to prevent small objects from slipping. If a car phone is installed, it will occupy this compartment. Never remove the heat shields protecting the exhaust system, nor apply underseal to them. Because of this, your car may differ from the information supplied in the Owner's Handbook.
The use of a stabilizing device can be recommended, particularly if the trailer is a heavy one. If the windows fog over in the recirculated air mode, switch it off Air is cooled when the air con- and, if necessary, increase the airflow.
Hold the footbrake down until starting off. Automatic-transmission cars: It will cancel when released. You can override this safety feature by pressing the switch beyond the resistance point and holding it.
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