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      08-27-2005, 11:23 AM   #1
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Post TSB (technical service bulletins) for the E90 / E92

TSB#: SI B 65 04 05
Category: Sound System, Cruise, Alarms, Monitors
July 2005
Technical Service

SUBJECT
Rear Interior Lamp Has No Slots for Motion Sensor

MODEL
E90 (3 Series)

SITUATION

When retrofitting a DWA (Anti-theft alarm system), the interior lamp housing has no slots for motion sensor operation. Therefore, the motion sensor is inoperative when installed.

CAUSE
Incorrect factory installed interior lamp. The slots that enable interior motion sensor operation are missing.

CORRECTION
Replace interior lamp with correct part. Refer to Parts Information below.

PARTS INFORMATION
Part Number:
Description:
Quantity:

61 31 6 971 772
Interior Lamp (Gray)
1

61 31 6 971 773
Interior Lamp (Beige)
1

61 31 6 971 774
Interior Lamp (Black)
1

WARRANTY INFORMATION
The installation of the DWA kit is a customer pay item. However, if the interior lamp needs to be replaced, this may be claimed under warranty.

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

Defect Code:
Refer to KSD

Labor Operation:
Refer to KSD

Labor Allowance:
Refer to KSD

Original TSB
http://www.bmwtis.com/tsb/bulletins/...p/B650405g.htm
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TSB#: SI B51 30 05
Category: Body Equipment
August 2005
Technical Service

SUBJECT
Cracking or Ticking Noise from the B-Pillar

MODEL
E90 (3 Series)

SITUATION
Cracking or ticking noise heard from the left and right B-pillar area while driving.

CAUSE
Door lock striker connection to the B-pillar (front left and front right doors).

PROCEDURE

1. Mark the position of the door lock striker.

2. Loosen the striker bolts.

3. Slightly move the striker away from then back to its original position.

4. Re-torque the striker bolts to 18.5 Nm.

Note: Do not change the position of the striker (mark the position before loosening the striker bolts).

WARRANTY INFORMATION

For information only.

Original TSB
http://www.bmwtis.com/tsb/bulletins/...p/B513005g.htm
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Coding, Individualization, Programming (CIP)
SI B 09 05 01
http://www.bmwtis.com/tiscode/cgi-bi...sion=716534817



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SI B 09 03 05
http://www.bmwtis.com/tsb/bulletins/...p/B090305g.htm



"Car and Key Memory" (CKM) Configuration
SI B 09 03 98
http://www.bmwtis.com/tiscode/cgi-bi...sion=716534817



Service Action: N52 Reprogram Vehicle for OBD Diagnostic (CIP 19.1)
SI B12 19 05
http://www.bmwtis.com/tsb/bulletins/...p/B121905g.htm


(thanks to northerncalguy for providing these)
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Center Console Heats Up In Knee Contact Area
http://www.bmwtis.com/tsb/bulletins/...p/B513105g.htm



Water Ingress from A/C Blower Housing
http://www.bmwtis.com/tsb/bulletins/...p/B513305g.htm



Windshield Wiper Covers are Incorrect or Missing
http://www.bmwtis.com/tsb/bulletins/...p/B510105g.htm



Release Notes CIP 19.0 and CIP 19.1
http://www.bmwtis.com/tsb/bulletins/...p/B090705g.htm



Service Action: Radio Station Seek/Scan Inoperative
http://www.bmwtis.com/tsb/bulletins/...p/B650105g.htm



MOST Bus is Inoperative or Central Information Display has Reduced Brightness
http://www.bmwtis.com/tsb/bulletins/...p/B650705g.htm



Temperature Display in RAD2 Shows Dashes
http://www.bmwtis.com/tsb/bulletins/...p/B650805g.htm



No Audio Sound in any Mode
http://www.bmwtis.com/tsb/bulletins/...p/B650905g.htm



CCC: Loss of all Audio
http://www.bmwtis.com/tsb/bulletins/...p/B651005g.htm



Weather Band Not Available
http://www.bmwtis.com/tsb/bulletins/...p/B651205g.htm



RDS Function Causes Confusing Station Names when in "All stations" Screen
http://www.bmwtis.com/tsb/bulletins/...p/B651605g.htm



MP3 Compatibility Overview
http://www.bmwtis.com/tsb/bulletins/...p/B651805g.htm



Static Between Words on AM Radio
http://www.bmwtis.com/tsb/bulletins/...p/B652405g.htm



Audio Switches off Briefly when Listening to FM Stations
http://www.bmwtis.com/tsb/bulletins/...p/B652605g.htm



CID Screen Image Not Displayed Correctly Since CCC Replacement
http://www.bmwtis.com/tsb/bulletins/...p/B652705g.htm
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Jammed Cupholder (cup holder) when retracted
http://www.bmwtis.com/tsb/bulletins/...p/B513705g.htm

Clicking Noise from Upper B-pillar Trim
http://www.bmwtis.com/tsb/bulletins/...p/B513205g.htm
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SIB 65 30 05 of January 2006


CCC: MP3 CD Playback Not Available
(this gives MP3 playback feature to pre-September 2005 cars!)

MODEL
E60, E61 (5 Series) with SA 609 CCC-Navigation from 3/05 to 9/29/05 vehicle production

E63, E64 (6 Series) from 3/05 to 9/29/05 vehicle production

E90, E91 (3 series)) with SA 609 CCC-Navigation vehicles produced up to 9/29/05


SITUATION
The MP3 option is not available in the audio menu. When an MP3 CD is used, it is not recognized as a valid CD.

CAUSE
The stability of earlier CCC (Car Communication Computer) software did not allow for proper MP3 functionality.

PROCEDURE

On a customer complaint basis only, retrofit MP3 functionality using Progman V20.00 or higher.

Refer to the SI B09 05 01 Coding, Individualization, Programming (CIP), for the "Retrofit" procedure.

Select "MP3" from the retrofit list and follow the on screen instructions for retrofitting MP3 capability.

The service code "KMP3" will be added to the end of the vehicle order as displayed in the Measures Plan.

After the procedure is complete, turn the ignition off and wait 5 minutes or until the driver's switch block LED goes out. Check the functionality of the system.

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

Defect Code
65 83 94 23 00


Labor Operation:
Retrofit MP3 (programming/coding performed as part of a Technical
Campaign)


Labor Operation
Labor Allowance

+00 56 743
4 FRU (E60, E61, E91)

3 FRU (M5, E63, E64, E90)


Labor Operation:
Retrofit MP3


Labor Operation
Labor Allowance

00 56 110
10 FRU (E60, E61, E91)

9 FRU (M5, E63, E64, E90)


+00 56 744
8 FRU (E60, E61, E91)

7 FRU (M5, E63, E64, E90)


Labor Operation:
Retrofit MP3 and program/code control

modules


Labor Operation
Labor Allowance

00 56 111
16 FRU (E60, E61, E91)

15 FRU (M5, E63, E64, E90)


+00 56 745
15 FRU (E60, E61, E91)

14 FRU (M5, E63, E64, E90)


Labor Operation:
Retrofit MP3 and program/code control

modules (including CAS)


Labor Operation
Labor Allowance

00 56 112
17 FRU (E60, E61, E91)

16 FRU (M5, E63, E64, E90)


+00 56 746
16 FRU (E60, E61, E91)

15 FRU (M5, E63, E64, E90)

Note: Should the vehicle be affected at the same time by another repair in which programming of control units is also required, programming may be claimed only once.

Note: The following explanations will spell out the correct use of the work times.

Main Work:
Use this labor operation number when the only repair performed is the listed warranty repair.


OR


+Associated Work:
Use this labor operation number when other repairs or services are performed along with the listed warranty repair.
Under no circumstances should both labor operation numbers be claimed. Attempts to claim both times will result in an unnecessary delay in claim processing and payment.
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Thanks to Segfault:

090106 JBE Fails to Program
090206 Replacement FZD (Roof Function Center) not accepted by CIP/PROGMAN
090606 RAD2 Can not be programmed after programming abort
520305 Front seat cover retainer is loose
610303 CAN/Byteflight bus diagnostics
652005 RAD2 - CD mode malfunctions
653205 CCC: CD/CDC track counter advances after mute selected
720205 Passenger airbag status lamp goes on/off during driving
720705 Replacement OC3 mat will not enable
852505 Unable to pair or reconnect Bluetooth
111190 Engine oil capacities
510706 Console creaking noises
320106 Service action - install clip for power steering line
340406 DSC warning - various SZL FCs stored
350106 Kickdown function not available
090406 Coapi fault codes in final report
090806 DWA LED on Rearview Mirror cannot be activated
841503 BMW Assist Initialization
120405 CEL illuminated and/or vehicle overheats
840506 Diagnosis of Bluetooth handset complaints
840606 Information displayed in BMW Assist menu is incorrect or unknown
090501 Coding, Individualization, Programming (CIP)
320506 Steering wheel offset
610305 Software errors corrected with progman
650406 KL-R stays on after ignition off - comfort access only
070296 CD45: Updated DISplus & GT1 software
090906 Progman 21.0 software errors
120706 SES illuminated: FC 2EF4 Map Thermostat
652605 Audio switches off briefly when listening to FM stations
653005 MP3 CD playback not available
841005 CCC Navigation displays incorrect vehicle position
513105 Center console heats up in knee contact area
650206 CCC: Loss of audio in all modes
652805 CCC: Radio station preset list intermittently empty
840805 CCC - CID switches between BMW banner and blank
130106 Fuel system - alcohol blend fuel usage
640406 The air conditioning does not cool
650705 MOST bus is inoperateive or CID has reduced brightness
130206 TOP TIER detergent gasoline in BMW vehicles
720806 OC3 occupancy status does not change
840906 Bluetooth inoperative, TCU FC# A379 or 79
841006 BMW Assist or Bluetooth inoperative, TCU FC# A373
120606 Voluntary emissions recall 06E-A01: N52 - reprogramming vehicle for OBD diagnostic
240205 Service action: replace mechatronic adapter
320706 Steering column clicking noise
650506 CCC: CD Drive errors
720906 Airbag warning lamp, FC93EB
721005 Airbag warning lamp, FC93B4 and/or 93A8
841205 CCC: DVD drive makes clicking noise
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Sorry, just did not have the time to sort out ONLY e90/91/92/93, plus many cut across all platforms.
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SI B32 07 06
Steering and Wheel Alignment April 2006
Technical Service

SUBJECT
Steering Column Clicking Noise

MODEL
E90 (3 Series) and E91 (3 Series Sports Wagon) produced up to 11/05

SITUATION
Customer may complain of a slight clicking noise heard, mostly at slow speed, when turning the steering wheel at about 180 degrees.

CAUSE
Steering column manufacturing tolerances stack up.

CORRECTION
In case of a customer complaint, replace the steering column only. Do not replace the steering gear and the steering spindle (lower joint assembly).

The steering column manufacturing process has been improved in 11/05.

PROCEDURE

* Replace the steering column per Repair Instructions RA 32 31 090.

* Perform steering angle sensor adjustment/calibration per Repair Instructions RA 61 31 996.

PARTS INFORMATION
Part Number
Description
Quantity
32 30 6 772 273
Steering Column
1
WARRANTY INFORMATION
For information only
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Could someone tell me what SI B653007 does and what is
PN 51 41 9 142 455. These are the software and hardware to fix the 6FL
IPOD problem

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Does anyone know what the TSB is for the early morning "bucking" issue with the E92 335i? Also, when I slow down at a light and it turns green before I come to a complete stop, the car JUMPS when I give it gas.....I know lots of people have this prob but can't find it above in the TSB's....
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Does anyone know what the TSB is for the early morning "bucking" issue with the E92 335i? Also, when I slow down at a light and it turns green before I come to a complete stop, the car JUMPS when I give it gas.....I know lots of people have this prob but can't find it above in the TSB's....
I "reset" the transmission and the problem went away.
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I "reset" the transmission and the problem went away.
Tried telling my SA that.....they said they had to reproduce the problem which of course they couldn't do.....Thats why I was hoping to get a little more info about it....
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Tried telling my SA that.....they said they had to reproduce the problem which of course they couldn't do.....Thats why I was hoping to get a little more info about it....
Did you try to reset the transmission? It is really easy to do. It even got rid of the rediculous lag that existed in D upon starting from a stop. Mine used to jerk forward pretty bad when the car was warming up in the morning.
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Did you try to reset the transmission? It is really easy to do. It even got rid of the rediculous lag that existed in D upon starting from a stop. Mine used to jerk forward pretty bad when the car was warming up in the morning.
I can do it myself?!?!?? How??
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I can do it myself?!?!?? How??
Put the key in the slot (I had all the doors closed, not sure if that makes a difference or not, but BMWs computers are strange sometimes), and push the start button without your foot on the break (that will put the car in accessory mode and the electronics will start up). Push down the gas pedal until it clicks and hold it there for 30 seconds. I heard a noise from the car at about 30 seconds which sounded like a noise the car makes after you turn it off after driving it (that may have been by chance). After 30 seconds, let your foot off the gas, push the break and press the start button, starting the car up. Done. Simple, no? My car has not jerked forward since I reset mine.
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Eh, transmission reset seemed to "wear off," now the car is jerking off the line during warm-up again.
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I have a 2008 328xi with Bridgestone RE050AII RFT's. I only have 5000 km on the car so far but have noticed that my tires are already scalloped. Someone told me that they thought there was a TSB regarding this. Does anyone know if that is the case?

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Is there a TSB # for fuel pump - slow crank?

Actuall two are out; one for a series of 2007 builds (just a week or so in Jan 07) and the 2nd for several months of 06 builds.

You should be checking the "turbo" section

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