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2000 BMW X5 Bolt Genuine

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2000 BMW X5 Screw Genuine

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2010 BMW X5 Engine Valve Guide Canyon Engine

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2007 BMW X5 Screw Vaico

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2001 BMW X5 Wheel Bearing Lock Ring Genuine

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2000 BMW X5 Wheel Bearing Lock Ring Genuine

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2008 BMW X5 Dowel Pin Genuine

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2001 BMW X5 VALVE COVER GASKET HELP!!!!

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Question From kbbayliss on 2001 BMW X5 VALVE COVER GASKET HELP!!!!

What is the average replacement mileage for the valve cover gaskets on the X5???? My "Mechanic" is telling me that after 43000 miles.... i need to do this for $546.00 any help!?!?!?!?!?

Response From DanD Top Rated Answer

Does he want to do this as a maintenance service or is the valve cover leaking oil? I haven’t heard of a valve cover gasket being a maintenance item before. Replace it if it’s leaking is what I’ve always been taught; regardless of mileage.
Check with the dealerships service department; there maybe some theory behind having it replaced; what I can’t think of though?
At first I thought maybe replacing the gasket was during the course of a valve adjustment, but after looking through the little service info I have; these engines have hydraulic lifters and adjustment is not required.
Dan

Response From kbbayliss

Thanks Dan,

This is the story.... Last week I took it in because the oil light was yellow.... (an indication of low oil). I also had a few other things done, headlight, tail light, replaced window motor on front driver side window. They said the car was fine and just needed to be topped off with oil. Ok, fine. one week later, the light is on again. hmmmm. I take it back and now there is a mysterious leak and the valve cover gasket needs replacing. in addition the guy calls me today and says now he wants to check to see if the sensor is faulty... wouldn't that be the first step? Now, there is NO oil on the ground where I park everyday.... so - 1. Why did they not see this last week while topping off oil?2. why would they release the car as fine. 3. if the gaskets are so destroyed as they say... how could this happen in a week? and 4. why haven't I smelled oil or seen any traces anywhere? Thanks again for your help

Kene

Response From DanD

I’m not sure what to say about any of this; I do feel you are having doubts with the reliability of the repair center you are using. Whether caused by lack of communications between parties involved or a misunderstanding of repairs supplied and received; again I’m not sure of.
I suggest thanking the shop you’re dealing with, paying them for their services and then getting a second opinion.
That way if or when you find that they where doing their best; there are no hard feelings and you can continue to do business with them.
If by chance they are trying to do you; you’ve left there before any confrontations and you can chalk it up to experience.
Always keep the lines of communication open with whomever you’re dealing with and things most times work out.
I’ve been the trade of repairing vehicles for a lot of years now and the worst confrontations I’ve had was from people (including myself) not willing to listen to the other side.
I know there isn’t a lot of automotive repair advice in this post but I’m not sure what else to say; without of a lot more first hand info.
Dan.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Did I see 43K on a 2001 Beamer? Valve cover gaskets needed? How much money?

I don't like the sound of this especially since you don't find oil but it does use some. Check it by dipstick for now and I wouldn't wait for the light, Good luck and you should as Dad said get another opinion. There are shops oustide BMW that are good with these cars, T

BMW X-5 Codes P0455 & P0505 HELP

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Question From bboyd64 on BMW X-5 Codes P0455 & P0505 HELP

I am trying to get my SUV inspected and these are the codes it is getting kicked out for,
Any help to diagnose these codes and let me know what I need to replace to fix them would be so helpfull!

P 0455 Evaporative Emission Control system leak detected (gross leak)

P0505 Idle Control System Malfunction

Response From Indytech Top Rated Answer

P0455 is your Evaporative emission system leak ( large leak)
P0505 is the Idle air control system

These problems are best to be tackled with your local BMW dealer.
As special diagnostic equipment is needed .
and a smoke machine for the P0455 problem.
.......Indy Tech .

Test Drive

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Question From utfootball4 on Test Drive

A couple days ago my girlfriend was test driving a 2002 bmw x5 98,000 miles. As she was turning into the parking space going at a low rate of speed the engine shut off - would guys say no to this suv? It was a nice suv and drove very well but the engine shutting was a concern.

Response From utfootball4

We test drove the car - it would jerk when at idle - only when the AC was on. This is what the dealership had to say:

Its the air compressor turning on and off. When the set temp is reached, it deactivates the ac compressor, and when temp drops-turns ac compressor back on. This causes a load on the engine since the compressor is driven by the belts of the main crankshaft. So when ac compressor turns on, it puts a load on the engine and that is what your feeling.

Thoughts? Otherwise everything else checked out.

Response From Hammer Time

And if you believe that, I have some swamp land for you. How many Beemers do you thing they wiould sell if they all did that.

Response From utfootball4

I have a check list/questions, anymore I should add.



What service has the dealership performed on the used car since acquiring it?

carfax

what needs to be done/service record

Before the test drive, check the undercarriage, engine and body for rust or damage.

Check the interior for cleanliness, comfort and size.

Inspect the tires for wear.

Check the oil for the proper level and color.

Check the coolant and radiator for leaks or corrosion.

Drive on the highway to gauge acceleration and handling.

Test the brakes.

Test the steering and alignment.

Practice parking for maneuverability and sight lines.

After the test drive, inspect the engine for leaks, odors or smoke.

Response From Sidom

Those are all good questions.....

By those questions it really seems like you are planning on taking it in to have it inspect by a mechanic before you buy it.

If you aren't, you really should do that on the one you're serious about........ $100+ might seem like a lot of money for a car you don't even own but if it catches a big problem you may have missed then it would turn out to be dirt cheap in the long run...

Once you sign/pay it's yours.....

You did mention getting one with a warranty which is an excellent idea but you should still have it inspected...

Response From utfootball4

Yes the car comes with a warranty it includes Engine/transmission/engine/trans components, drivetrain..including rear end - I need to find out how long the warranty is tomm.

I have a company in my city and they only charge 40 bucks but this car is located 1.20mins away so I may have to call around.

Response From Sidom

That's great...

Hopefully the place you take to will let you take a look underneath as well.......Some places don't let customers under cars but some do.

Just realize this inspection is just looking for obvious problems that are already there. It's would be next to impossible to tell if the engine or tranny is going to go. This is just getting in the air and taking a look of stuff broken or oil leaks. I mean I'm sure they'll take if for a drive, if it shifts funny or has some weird engine noises that would be different....

A red flag for me would be if they steam cleaned the underneath. They all clean the engine compartment on the top, that's normal. But there's no reason to clean the bottom.

Response From utfootball4

Well, i may not be able to take it to a place but I'm gonna try my best.

Response From zmame Top Rated Answer

I also would keep an eye out for bad body lines.. make sure all the gaps are same width side to side and up and down.. look for any slight variation in paint color. If there is then it was in a accident at one point.

Response From utfootball4

Thanks for all the pointer.

Response From re-tired

More important than what the warrenty covers is what it DOES NOT cover . Read it very carefully ,look for words like ,ONLY ,IF, and EXCEPT. I have had many customers think that they had bumper to bumper coverage and find out it only covered the bumpers .NOT. But there have been cases where they would cover a $100 part but not the 3 hrs it took to diagnose the problem. . Or cover the electrical system except the alternator .Guess which electrical part fails the most on most cars?

Response From utfootball4

thanks guys, i think she's gonna go with a 2006 bmw 325i 80kmiles for 15k total including fees etc. it has a warranty includes Engine/transmission/engine/trans components, drivetrain..including rear end

Response From zmame

I would stay away.. When you buy a used car your buying other peoples problems.. like hammer said, you could be into some expensive diag figuring out whats wrong.

Response From Hammer Time

That's something you could be chasing for a very long time at considerable expense.