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2010-2020 BMW 335i Technical Service Bulletin # 720110 Date: 101001

2010-2020 BMW 335i Technical Service Bulletin # 720110 Date: 101001

Restraints - Front Seat Belt Doesn't Retract Smoothly

SI B72 01 10

Safety Belts and Accessories (Body)

October 2010

Technical Service

SUBJECT

Front Safety Belt Does Not Retract Smoothly or Jams

MODEL

E90, E91 (3 Series)

SITUATION

The upper part of the driver's or passenger's front safety belt does not roll up fully or rolls up slowly.

CAUSE

The adjustment of the inertia reel is incorrect at the fastening point. The belt is touching the guide funnel.

CORRECTION

Do not replace parts. Adjust the position of the inertia reel.

PROCEDURE

Refer to the attachment.

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WARRANTY INFORMATION

ATTACHMENTS

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0756

B6/5 (Right intake camshaft Hall sensor) : The time of the signal value change is implausible. (P0341)

Possible cause:

- B6/5 (Right intake camshaft Hall sensor)

Affected functions:

- Engine diagnosis

- Engine output

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Test 1: Check component B6/5 (Right intake camshaft Hall sensor).

1. Check component B6/5 (Right intake camshaft Hall sensor).

Test 1.1: Check component B6/5 (Right intake camshaft Hall sensor) using actual value.

Test 1.2: Check power supply of component B6/5 (Right intake camshaft Hall sensor).

Test 1.3: Check assignment of signals from Hall sensors 'Camshafts' and 'Crankshaft'.

1.1. Check component B6/5 (Right intake camshaft Hall sensor) using actual value.

Warning!Communication with ECU required.

1.2. Check power supply of component B6/5 (Right intake camshaft Hall sensor).

Test prerequisite

- The actual value is not o.k.

Test sequence

- Switch off ignition.

- Detach coupling at component B6/5 (Right intake camshaft Hall sensor).

- [ B6/5 ]Measure direct voltage with multimeter between sockets 1 and 3[ B6/5 ]

2010-2020 BMW 335i Technical Service Bulletin # 840410 Date: 101001

2010-2020 BMW 335i Technical Service Bulletin # 840410 Date: 101001

Cell Phone - Bluetooth Compatibility Information

SI B84 04 10

Communication Systems

October 2010

Technical Service

SUBJECT

General Bluetooth Information

MODEL

All vehicles with option 644 or 639

SITUATION

The customer experiences termination of the Bluetooth connection during telephone calls; a switch to Privacy mode; or faults during the telephone

book transfer for no apparent reason. Some customers might experience voice quality issues in the car or on the landline side.

CAUSE

The terminal device (mobile phone) is most likely not 100% compliant with the BMW Assist Bluetooth hands-free kit.

PROCEDURE

To check restrictions for the customer's terminal device (mobile phone), please refer to the following web site:

www.bmwusa.com/bluetooth

The attachment provides instructions on how to use and interpret the website.

Important note:

Only BMW tested phones are displayed on the web site. A variety of other Bluetooth phones is compatible with the BMW Assist hands-free kit but

not tested by BMW. In those cases, please assist the customer in pairing the phone - if the phone still doesn't work with the hands-free kit, inform the

customer about Bluetooth compatibility issues. Please send a feedback to:

Bluetooth.Feedback@bmwna.com

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Containing information about the phone model (exact model code), used software version, network provider, details about the complaint (vehicle

status, phone status, performed action).

If the encountered issues on a BMW tested phone differ from the information provided on the website, please perform diagnostics with the ISTA

workshop system and follow the test plan.

WARRANTY INFORMATION

For information only

ATTACHMENTS

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ATTACHMENT - PROCEDURE

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YES

The measurement value is OK.End of test

NO

The measurement value is not OK.Possible cause and remedy

- Line from component N3/10 (ME-SFI [ME] control unit) to component X63/4 (CAN databus adapter connector, 2-pin)

- Test terminating resistor of component X63/4 (CAN databus adapter connector, 2-pin).

- Test terminating resistor of CAN element in control module N3/10 (ME-SFI [ME] control unit).

End of test

1.3.2.2.1.2. Perform measurement at component N3/10 (ME-SFI [ME] control unit).

Test total resistance of the CAN engine.

Test sequence

- Switch off ignition.

- Connect socket box to component N3/10 (ME-SFI [ME] control unit).

- Measure resistance with multimeter between sockets (F.41) 11 and (F.54) 24 of the 35-pole socket box tester.

Specified value

- Resistor[55...65]ohms

Question

- Is the measurement value OK?

YES

The measurement value is OK.End of test

NO

The measurement value is not OK.Possible cause and remedy

- Line from component N3/10 (ME-SFI [ME] control unit) to component X63/4 (CAN databus adapter connector, 2-pin)

- Test terminating resistor of component X63/4 (CAN databus adapter connector, 2-pin).

2010-2020 BMW 335i Technical Service Bulletin # 651810 Date: 101001

2010-2020 BMW 335i Technical Service Bulletin # 651810 Date: 101001

Audio - iPod/iPhone(R) Poor Audio Quality/No Recognition

SI B65 18 10

Audio, Navigation, Monitors, Alarms, SRS

October 2010

Technical Service

SUBJECT

iPod/iPhone Has Extremely Poor Audio Quality and/or Is Not Recognized

MODEL

All models

Produced between 02/28/2007 and 10/31/2010 with option 6FL (USB Audio Interface)

SITUATION

When the iPod/iPhone is connected to the USB connector with the original Apple USB cable (white cable which comes with the iPod/iPhone):

^ The audio quality may be extremely poor

^ The device may not be recognized intermittently

CAUSE

1. Defective Apple USB cable or defective 30-pin socket on the iPod/iPhone

2. Defect in the USB audio interface (ULF, hands-free charging module integrated in the CIC)

CORRECTION

Cause 1:

Check the function with an Apple USB cable known to work properly; if it is still acting the same way, test the original Apple USB cable with an

iPod/iPhone known to work properly.

If both tests do not resolve the issue, follow the procedure outlined for Cause 2.

Cause 2:

1. Connect a BMW approved battery charger and perform a vehicle test using the latest ISTA (Integrated Service Technical Application) diagnostic

software.

2. Diagnose any relevant faults that are stored by completing the test plans.

3. Perform and complete the test plan "AT8400_SYSTEL - Check of telecommunications system". Please note the DIAGCODE (Diagnosis Code)

presented at the end of the test plan. The test plan can be accessed via the following path:

^ Select "Activities\Information Search/Function structure\Body\Audio,Video,Navigation, Telephone (MOST ring)\Telecommunications" and start

search.

^ In Telecommunications, select "AT8400_SYSTEL - Check of telecommunications system" and press "Display".

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^ Follow the on-screen instructions to work through the test plan.

WARRANTY INFORMATION

Covered under the terms of the BMW New Vehicle/SAV Limited Warranty as applicable.

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Test 1.3.2.1.9: Check power supply at control unit N93 (Central gateway control unit).

Test 1.3.2.1.10: Check power supply at control unit Y3/8n4 (Fully integrated transmission control (VGS) control unit).

1.3.2.1.1. Check power supply at control unit ME-SFI.

Test 1.3.2.1.1.1: Test voltage supply of circuit 30.

Test 1.3.2.1.1.2: Test current consumption of component N10/1kR (Circuit 87 relay, engine).

Test 1.3.2.1.1.3: Test voltage supply of circuit 15.

1.3.2.1.1.1. Test voltage supply of circuit 30.

Connect socket box to component N3/10 (ME-SFI [ME] control unit).

Figure legend

- A -ConnectionTest cable 35-pin socket box

- 001 -Sockets of component N3/10 (ME-SFI [ME] control unit)

- 05 -35-pin socket box

- 050 -126-pin socket box

- 108 -Test cable 266 589 01 63 00

- N3/10 (ME-SFI [ME] control unit)

- II 1-63ConnectionTest cable

- III 64-126ConnectionTest cable

Warning!

-

- Connection A of test cable 108 may NOT be connected to connection B of the 126-pin socket box (050).

Continue to test with button F2

Test voltage supply of circuit 30.

Test sequence

- Measure direct voltage with multimeter between sockets [ F.2 ] 98 and [ F.16 ] 112 of the 35-pole socket box tester.

- Switch on ignition.

Specified value

- Voltage[11.0...15.0] V

2010-2020 BMW 335i Technical Service Bulletin # 840610 Date: 100901

2010-2020 BMW 335i Technical Service Bulletin # 840610 Date: 100901

Infotainment Sys. - Incoming Call Ringtone Very Loud

SI B84 06 10

Communication Systems

September 2010

Technical Service

SUBJECT

Telephone: Ringtone Intermittently Too Loud

MODEL

All vehicles with Car Information Computer (CIC)

SITUATION

The ringtone volume from an incoming call is intermittently very loud within the vehicle.

CAUSE

The customer uses various remote controls.

The ringtone volume is set to very loud in the profile belonging to the remote control.

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PROCEDURE

Check the vehicle with all its associated keys.

^ Open the vehicle with the first key (leave other keys outside the vehicle).

^ Couple the Bluetooth telephone in the vehicle (if possible, use the customer's telephone).

^ Call the telephone.

^ While the telephone is ringing, set the ringtone to the desired volume via the volume control.

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- 2Signal from component B6/7 (Right exhaust camshaft Hall sensor)

- 3Signal from component B6/4 (Left intake camshaft Hall sensor)

- 4Signal from component B6/6 (Left exhaust camshaft Hall sensor)

- 5Signal from component B70 (Crankshaft Hall sensor)

Test prerequisite

- Voltage supply is o.k.

Test sequence

- Switch off ignition.

- Connect socket box (126-pin) to component N3/10 (ME-SFI [ME] control unit).

- ConnectionMeasuring system

- Component B6/5 (Right intake camshaft Hall sensor):(A7) Observe oscilloscope pattern between sockets [M16] 16 and [M.57] 57 of the

126-pole socket box tester. (A.1)

- Component B6/7 (Right exhaust camshaft Hall sensor):(A7) Observe oscilloscope pattern between sockets [M16] 16 and [M.10] 10 of the

126-pole socket box tester. (A.2)

- Component B6/4 (Left intake camshaft Hall sensor):(A7) Observe oscilloscope pattern between sockets [M16] 16 and [M.56] 56 of the

126-pole socket box tester. (A.3)

- Component B6/6 (Left exhaust camshaft Hall sensor):(A7) Observe oscilloscope pattern between sockets [M16] 16 and [M.34] 34 of the

126-pole socket box tester. (A.4)

- Component B70 (Crankshaft Hall sensor):(A7) Observe oscilloscope pattern between sockets [M16] 16 and [M.81] 81 of the 126-pole socket

box tester. (A5)

- Start engine.

- Enter the settings as shown in the right-hand diagram.

Specified value

- Measuring system

Note

- Measuring system:Communication with ECU required

Not applicable. 2010-2020 BMW 335i Technical Service Bulletin # 650912 Date: 120701

Not applicable. 2010-2020 BMW 335i Technical Service Bulletin # 650912 Date: 120701

CIC(R) - Replacement Part Has Permanent Fault Code Stored

SI B65 09 12

Technical Service

July 2012

Audio, Navigation, Monitors, Alarms, SRS

SUBJECT

CIC: Replacement Part Has a Permanent Fault Code Stored for SDARS

MODEL

All from 09/2008 to 08/2009 with:

^ Option 609 (Navigation System Professional, CIC)

and

^ Option 655 (SDARS Satellite Tuner)

SITUATION

When replacing a Car Information Computer (CIC) with a new-style CIC head unit which has an integrated satellite tuner (SDARS Inbox; additional

connector [pink] in the back), a fault code can occur.

^ Fault code "C5AE - CIC connection head unit to SDARS antenna foot: open circuit - fault currently present" is stored permanently.

NOTE:

The affected vehicles are equipped with an external satellite tuner (SDARS Exbox). The pink connector on the back of the replacement CIC head

unit is not used to connect the satellite antenna!

CAUSE

The fault code is set incorrectly by the CIC head unit.

INFORMATION

After installation of the replacement CIC head unit, start an ISTA/P session and follow the ISTA/P instructions to finish programming and coding.

NOTE:

Fault Code "C5AE - CIC connection head unit to SDARS antenna foot: open circuit - fault currently present" can be ignored.

As soon as an improvement is available, this Service Information will be updated.

WARRANTY INFORMATION

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- Voltage[11.0...15.0] V

Question

- Is the measurement value OK?

YES

The measurement value is OK.Further possible causes of fault

- Signal wire

- B6/5 (Right intake camshaft Hall sensor)

End of test

NO

The measurement value is not OK.Possible cause and remedy

- N10/1f43 (Fuse 43)

- N10/1kI (Circuit 87 relay, engine)

- Lines to component B6/5 (Right intake camshaft Hall sensor)

End of test

1.3. Check assignment of signals from Hall sensors 'Camshafts' and 'Crankshaft'.

Check assignment of signals from Hall sensors 'Camshafts' and 'Crankshaft'.

Figure legend

- A -ConnectionTest cable 35-pin socket box

- 001 -Sockets of component N3/10 (ME-SFI [ME] control unit)

- 05 -35-pin socket box

- 050 -126-pin socket box

- 108 -Test cable 266 589 01 63 00

- N3/10 (ME-SFI [ME] control unit)

- II 1-63ConnectionTest cable

- III 64-126ConnectionTest cable

Warning!

- Connection A of test cable 108 may NOT be connected to connection B of the 126-pin socket box (050).

Continue to test with button F2

Figure legend

- 1Signal from component B6/5 (Right intake camshaft Hall sensor)

2010-2020 BMW 335i Technical Service Bulletin # 840906 Date: 100701

2010-2020 BMW 335i Technical Service Bulletin # 840906 Date: 100701

Cell Phone - Bluetooth(R) is Inoperative

SI B 84 09 06

Communication Systems

July 2010

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Technical Service

This Service Information bulletin supersedes SI B84 09 06 dated October 2007.

[NEW] designates changes to this revision

SUBJECT

Bluetooth(R) Inoperative, TCU FC # A379 or 79

MODEL

E46 (3 Series) with Premium Package (ZPP) or BMW Assist (SA 639) from 9/04 production (325i/iA from 10/04 production)

E53 (X5) with Premium Package (ZPP) or BMW Assist (SA 639) from 10/04 production

E60, E61 (5 Series) from 9/04 production

E63, E64 (6 Series) from 9/04 production

E65, E66 (7 Series) from 3/05 production

E70 (X5) with Premium Package (ZPP) or BMW Assist (SA639)

E83 (X3) with Premium Package (ZPP) or BMW Assist (SA639) from 9/04 production

E85, E86 (Z4) with Premium Package (ZPP) or BMW Assist (SA639) from 10/04 production

E90, E91, E92, E93 (3 Series) with Premium Package (ZPP) or BMW Assist (SA639)

SITUATION

An approved Bluetooth?enabled handset does not connect/bond to the vehicle.

The Telematics Control Unit (TCU) has one of the following fault codes stored in the fault memory:

^ A379 (Error in Bluetooth-Interface)

^ 79 (Error in Bluetooth-Interface)

CAUSE

Conflict between handset and TCU

COMPATIBLE HANDSET INFORMATION

Before the complaint can be addressed, the particular handset must be verified for compatibility. On vehicles equipped with BMW Assist with

Bluetooth?wireless technology, confirm whether or not the phone is compatible. Visit the website for a list of handsets that have passed BMW

testing for compatibility. Note the following disclaimer on this website:

^ "This list is provided for reference only. The mobile phones listed here have passed compatibility tests as of the date of testing and meet or

exceed minimum standards established by BMW. The list is not a warranty for phone performance or functionality. BMW makes no guarantees

or warrantees as to the performance of each phone while connected to your BMW via Bluetooth Wireless Technology. Furthermore, software

releases by BMW, the phone supplier or the wireless carrier dated after testing might alter compatibly results. While many phones are offered

with Bluetooth Wireless Technology, not all phones support the necessary profiles to work with your BMW. BMW does not guarantee

availability or functionality with all wireless carriers. Functions such as synchronizing the address book and transferring a call into or out of the

vehicle may function differently from phone to phone".

PROCEDURE

On an I/K-bus vehicle (e.g., E46, E53, E83, E85, etc.):

1. Verify the customer's complaint.

2. Perform a short test with BMW diagnostic tools, using DIS software V51 or higher.

3. Perform test module B8400_00123 for the Bluetooth antenna. Does the Bluetooth antenna circuit pass the test module?

^ If no, diagnose and repair the Bluetooth antenna circuit. Then retest the system for the customer's complaint.

^ If yes, proceed to step 4.

4. Delete the paired devices from the handset.

5. Delete the paired devices from the TCU.

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^ Select "Control Unit functions".

^ Select the "TCU".

^ Select "keypad handset Bluetooth mobile".

^ Select "number of Bluetooth devices" and press "Display".

^ The number of paired devices will be displayed (this is the total number of devices that have been previously paired to the vehicle).

^ Select "Delete list of Bluetooth devices" and press "Activate".

^ Select "number of Bluetooth devices" and press "Display" (this should now display "0").

^ Turn the ignition off for two minutes.

6. Pair a (reference) compatible handset known to work to the vehicle, following the procedure outlined in SI B84 13 04 (BMW Assist with

Integrated Bluetooth).

^ If the known (reference) handset does NOT pair to the vehicle, proceed to step 8.

^ If the handset pairs to the vehicle, allow the phone book to complete downloading.

7. Place a phone call using the vehicle controls. Does the system operative correctly?

^ If yes, pair the customer's compatible handset and retest the system for the customer's complaint.

^ If no, continue normal diagnosis. This Service Information bulletin is not relevant to the customer's complaint.

8. Does the TCU have fault code # 79 (Error in Bluetooth-Interface) stored in the fault memory?

^ If no, continue normal diagnosis. This Service Information bulletin is not relevant to the customer's complaint.

^ If yes, check the fault frequency and note down the number of times the error occurred. Work through the test module as outlined in steps 9,

10, and 11.

9. Clear the fault and reference the information below about fault code 79.

^ Fault code 79 is an erroneous fault unless it is currently present.

^ The fault is only relevant if it has occurred more than 15 times.

10. After deleting the fault, try to pair the customer's handset to the vehicle.

^ If the handset does not pair to the vehicle, proceed to step 11.

^ If the handset pairs correctly to the vehicle and the system operates correctly, release the vehicle back to the customer.

11. Pair a (reference) compatible handset known to work with the vehicle following the procedure outlined in SI B84 13 04 (BMW Assist with

Integrated Bluetooth).

^ If the known (reference) handset does NOT pair to the vehicle, proceed to step 12.

^ If the handset pairs to the vehicle, allow the phone book to complete downloading.

12. Place a phone call using the vehicle controls. Does the system operative correctly?

^ If yes, pair the customer's compatible handset and retest the system.

^ If no, continue normal diagnosis. This Service Information bulletin is not relevant to the customer's complaint.

13. If the handset still does not pair to the vehicle, the TCU is defective. Refer to the "TCU REPLACEMENT PROCEDURE" section of this

bulletin.

On a MOST-bus vehicle (e.g., E60, E63, E65, E70, E90, etc.):

1. Verify the customer's complaint.

2. Delete the paired devices following the "PROCEDURE - DELETING PAIRED DEVICES" section of this bulletin.

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3. Turn the ignition off for four (4) minutes.

4. Pair a (reference) compatible handset known to work to the vehicle, following the procedure outlined in SI B84 13 04 (BMW Assist with

Integrated Bluetooth).

If the known (reference) handset does NOT pair to the vehicle, proceed to step 6.

If the handset pairs to the vehicle, allow the phone book to complete downloading.

5. Place a phone call using the vehicle controls. Does the system operative correctly?

If yes, pair the customer's compatible handset to the vehicle. Then retest the system for the customer's complaint.

If no, continue normal diagnosis. This Service Information bulletin is not relevant for the customer's complaint.

6. Perform a short test with BMW diagnostic tools, using DIS software V51 or higher.

7. Perform test module B8400_00123 for the Bluetooth antenna. Does the Bluetooth antenna circuit pass the test module?

If no, diagnose and repair the Bluetooth antenna circuit. Then retest the system for the customer's complaint.

If yes, proceed to step 8.

8. Does the TCU have fault code # A379 (Error in Bluetooth-Interface) stored in the fault memory?

^ If no, continue normal diagnosis. This Service Information bulletin is not relevant to the customer's complaint.

^ If yes, check the fault frequency and note down the number of times the error occurred. Work through the test module as outlined in steps 9,

10 and 11.

9. Clear the fault and reference the below information about fault code 79.

^ Fault code A379 is an erroneous fault unless it is currently present.

^ The fault is only relevant if it has occurred more than 15 times.

10. After deleting the fault, try to pair the customer's handset to the vehicle again.

^ If the handset does not pair to the vehicle, proceed to step 11.

^ If the handset pairs correctly to the vehicle and the system operates correctly, release the vehicle back to the customer.

11. Pair a (reference) compatible handset known to work with the vehicle following the procedure outlined in SI B84 13 04 (BMW Assist with

Integrated Bluetooth).

^ If the known (reference) handset does NOT pair to the vehicle, proceed to step 13.

^ If the handset pairs to the vehicle, allow the phone book to complete downloading. Proceed to step 12.

12. Place a phone call using the vehicle controls. Does the system operate correctly?

^ If yes, pair the customer's compatible handset and retest the system.

^ If no, continue normal diagnosis. This Service Information bulletin is not relevant to the customer's complaint.

13. If the handset still does not pair to the vehicle, the TCU is defective. Refer to the "TCU REPLACEMENT PROCEDURE" section of this

bulletin.

PROCEDURE - DELETING PAIRED DEVICES

Deleting paired devices on MOST-bus vehicles with a CD/CID (e.g., E60, E63, E65, E70, E90, etc.)

1. Turn the key on.

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2. Press the "Menu" button and ensure that the Central Information Display (CID) is set to the basic menu screen.

3. Press down briefly on the controller to enter the iMenu.

4. Scroll down to "Communication settings" and select.

5. Select "Bluetooth" and press the controller.

6. Select "Phone" and press the controller.

7. "Bluetooth connectable in this menu" is displayed, along with a list of previously paired devices.

8. One at a time, select each handset listed in the device list and press down on the controller. A pop-up menu will be displayed asking if you want

to delete the device. Select "yes".

9. Turn the ignition off and wait for the MOST-bus to enter sleep mode (approximately 4 minutes).

10. Delete all Bluetooth devices from the handset's Bluetooth device list. Refer to the handset's owner's manual or the handset manufacturer's

website for details on how to perform this procedure.

Deleting paired devices on MOST-bus vehicles with a RAD2 (e.g., E90, E91, E93)

1. Turn the key on.

2. Press the "MENU" button.

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3. Turn the right knob to highlight "Phone".

4. Press the function button under "Phone".

5. "Searching for paired devices" is displayed.

6. Press the function button under "BT".

7. Using the right knob, select each device from the

previous paired device list and then press the function button under "DELETE".

8. Turn the ignition off and wait for the MOST-bus to enter sleep mode (approximately 4 minutes).

9. Delete all Bluetooth devices from the handset's Bluetooth device list. Refer to the handset's owner's manual or the handset manufacturer's website

for details on how to perform this procedure.

TCU REPLACEMENT PROCEDURE

1. The route cause of the problem is under analysis; please refer to SI B84 23 05 (Enhanced Support for BMW Assist Telematics Control Unit

(TCU) with Bluetooth & CPT9000 Phone Systems) prior to replacing the TCU.

2. Refer to TIS (RA 84 11...) for the TCU replacement procedure.

3. Before installing the new TCU, remove one copy of the Electronic Serial Number (ESN) label and place it on the repair order for reference

during warranty claim entry. You will be asked for the new TCU "ESN" when submitting a claim via DCSnet. Refer to SI B01 10 05 for more

details.

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4. The second ESN label of the TCU should be affixed over the existing label in the Owner's Manual insert (P/N 01-49-0-157 963).

5. Complete the TCU installation.

6. Using Progman V27.01.00 or higher, program the complete vehicle. Refer to SI B09 05 01 "Coding, Individualization and Programming",

Procedure A.

7. On E60, E61, E63, E64, E65 (from 3/05), E66 (from 3/05), E70, E90, E91, E92, and E93 vehicles: Initialize BMW Assist, following the

procedure as outlined in the "INITIALIZATION OF BMW ASSIST SERVICES" section of this bulletin.

8. Test BMW Assist by following the procedure outline in the "TEST OF BMW ASSIST SERVICES" section of this bulletin.

INITIALIZATION OF BMW ASSIST SERVICES

1. The BMW Assist services initialization procedure must be completed per SI B84 15 03 for all vehicles.

^ The vehicle must be in the Verizon Wireless Network for the initialization procedure to work properly. If the vehicle is not in the Verizon

Wireless Network, perform these additional steps.

^ Create a PuMA case to received TCU shipping authorization.

^ Remove the TCU from the vehicle.

^ Send the TCU, BMW Assist TCU Reactivation Form with the new MIN/MDN numbers, and a copy of the PuMA case via FedEx to:

[NEW] BMW of North America, LLC

Engineering Center - TeileClearing TCU

200 Chestnut Ridge Rd.

Woodcliff Lake NJ 07677

^ BMW of North America, LLC will initialize the TCU, and ship it out on the same business day it was received.

^ After receiving the TCU back from BMW of North America, reinstall the TCU and place a BMW Assist call, as outlined in the "Testing of

BMW Assist services" section of this bulletin.

^ [NEW] All shipping charges (both ways) are to be billed to the dealer's FedEx account. On the warranty claim, submit the FedEx shipping

charges (double the amount provided to you by TeileClearing TCU to cover shipment both ways) in the sublet section (using sublet code 4).

2. Test BMW Assist by performing the "TEST OF BMW ASSIST SERVICES" section of this bulletin.

TEST OF BMW ASSIST SERVICES

Test the BMW Assist service for proper operation by placing a test call (press the Roadside Assistance "Wrench" button). Make sure the BMW

Assist Response Center has received the correct MIN/MDN/VIN and location of the vehicle. Have the representative update his or her records, as

needed.

^ If a TCU is replaced on a vehicle with an inactive BMW Assist account and a BMW Assist call is made, the call will be routed to an automated

system until the TCU is deactivated.

^ For customers who would like to renew BMW Assist services, refer to SI B84 22 05 (Reactivation of BMW Assist Services).

If the connection is established but voice communication is not established, call BMW Assist Customer Care immediately, option # 4 to cancel the

dispatch. Failing to call will result in local emergency services being dispatched to your location.

WARRANTY INFORMATION

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

Mercedes Benz Truck GLK 350 (204.956) V6-3.5L (272.991) Manufacturer Code Page 597

Mercedes Benz Truck GLK 350 (204.956) V6-3.5L (272.991) Manufacturer Code Page 597

0755

B6/5 (Right intake camshaft Hall sensor) : The alternation frequency of the signal value is implausible. (P0341)

Possible cause:

- B6/5 (Right intake camshaft Hall sensor)

Affected functions:

- Engine diagnosis

- Engine output

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Test 1: Check component B6/5 (Right intake camshaft Hall sensor).

1. Check component B6/5 (Right intake camshaft Hall sensor).

Test 1.1: Check component B6/5 (Right intake camshaft Hall sensor) using actual value.

Test 1.2: Check power supply of component B6/5 (Right intake camshaft Hall sensor).

Test 1.3: Check assignment of signals from Hall sensors 'Camshafts' and 'Crankshaft'.

1.1. Check component B6/5 (Right intake camshaft Hall sensor) using actual value.

Warning!Communication with ECU required.

1.2. Check power supply of component B6/5 (Right intake camshaft Hall sensor).

Test prerequisite

- The actual value is not o.k.

Test sequence

- Switch off ignition.

- Detach coupling at component B6/5 (Right intake camshaft Hall sensor).

- [ B6/5 ]Measure direct voltage with multimeter between sockets 1 and 3[ B6/5 ]

2010-2020 BMW 335i Technical Service Bulletin # 110410 Date: 100901

2010-2020 BMW 335i Technical Service Bulletin # 110410 Date: 100901

Engine - Meas./Adj. Turbocharger Wastegate Using IMIB

SI B11 04 10

Engine

September 2010

Technical Service

SUBJECT

Measuring and Adjusting Turbocharger Wastegate Using IMIB

MODEL

E82 and E88 (1 Series) All models with N54 engine

E90, E92 and E93 (3 Series) All models with N54 and N54T engine

E60 and E61 (5 Series) All models with N54 engine

E71 X6 xDrive35i with N54 engine

E89 Z4 with N54 engine and N54T engine

F01 and F02 (7 Series) with N54 engine

INFORMATION

The current version of Repair Instruction REP 11 65 580, Replacing the wastegate vacuum unit (N54 and N54T), describes using the 100-bar

pressure transducer with GT1 or DIS Plus (2G) equipment. Attached is a repair instruction supplement describing procedures for adjusting and

replacing the wastegate actuator, using the ISID, IMIB and the low-pressure measurement features.

For more details regarding IMIB distribution and operation, please refer to SI B04 35 09.

Turbocharger Diagnostic Tool Adapter P/N 81 29 2 158 850 will be required to operate the IMIB with the Turbocharger Diagnostic Tool P/N 81 29

0 426 464. Refer to SI B04 15 10 for more details regarding Automatic Tool Shipment.

WARRANTY INFORMATION

For information only

ATTACHMENTS

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PDF attachment - B110410

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Mercedes Benz Truck GLK 350 (204.956) V6-3.5L (272.991) Manufacturer Code Page 596

- 2Signal from component B6/7 (Right exhaust camshaft Hall sensor)

- 3Signal from component B6/4 (Left intake camshaft Hall sensor)

- 4Signal from component B6/6 (Left exhaust camshaft Hall sensor)

- 5Signal from component B70 (Crankshaft Hall sensor)

Test prerequisite

- Voltage supply is o.k.

Test sequence

- Switch off ignition.

- Connect socket box (126-pin) to component N3/10 (ME-SFI [ME] control unit).

- ConnectionMeasuring system

- Component B6/5 (Right intake camshaft Hall sensor):(A7) Observe oscilloscope pattern between sockets [M16] 16 and [M.57] 57 of the

126-pole socket box tester. (A.1)

- Component B6/7 (Right exhaust camshaft Hall sensor):(A7) Observe oscilloscope pattern between sockets [M16] 16 and [M.10] 10 of the

126-pole socket box tester. (A.2)

- Component B6/4 (Left intake camshaft Hall sensor):(A7) Observe oscilloscope pattern between sockets [M16] 16 and [M.56] 56 of the

126-pole socket box tester. (A.3)

- Component B6/6 (Left exhaust camshaft Hall sensor):(A7) Observe oscilloscope pattern between sockets [M16] 16 and [M.34] 34 of the

126-pole socket box tester. (A.4)

- Component B70 (Crankshaft Hall sensor):(A7) Observe oscilloscope pattern between sockets [M16] 16 and [M.81] 81 of the 126-pole socket

box tester. (A5)

- Start engine.

- Enter the settings as shown in the right-hand diagram.

Specified value

- Measuring system

Note

- Measuring system:Communication with ECU required

2010-2020 BMW 335i Technical Service Bulletin # 650610 Date: 100801

2010-2020 BMW 335i Technical Service Bulletin # 650610 Date: 100801

Campaign 569 - Replace RAD2+ Radio

SI B65 06 10

Audio, Navigation, Monitors, Alarms, SRS

August 2010

Technical Service

This Service Information bulletin supersedes SI B65 06 10 dated July 2010.

PERFORM THE PROCEDURE OUTLINED IN THIS SERVICE INFORMATION ON ALL AFFECTED VEHICLES BEFORE CUSTOMER

DELIVERY OR THE NEXT TIME THEY ARE IN THE SHOP FOR MAINTENANCE OR REPAIRS.

[NEW] designates changes to this revision

SUBJECT

[NEW] Service Action: Replace the RAD2+ Radio

MODEL

E82, E88 *(1 Series)

E89 *(Z4)

E90, E91, E92, E93 *(3 Series)

*with option 663 (Radio BMW Professional, RAD2+) and option 655 (Satellite radio)

[NEW] SITUATION

After programming the vehicle with ISTA/P, the radio is completely inoperative and cannot be recovered.

^ The radio display is blank.

^ The audio output is inoperative.

CAUSE

Hardware failure in the RAD2+ radio

[NEW] AFFECTED VEHICLES

This Service Action involves 1 Series, 3 Series and Z4 vehicles which were produced from January 8, 2010, to February 27, 2010.

In order to determine whether a specific vehicle has had this Service Action completed or is affected by this Service Action, first check the B-pillar

label for code number 569. If code number 569 has been punched out, the campaign has already been performed. If code number 569 has not been

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punched out, it will be necessary to utilize the "Service Menu" of DCSnet (Dealer Communication System) or the Key Reader. Based on the

response of the system, either proceed with the corrective action or take no further action.

[NEW] CORRECTION

Replace the RAD2+ radio (REP 65 12 220) and reprogram the vehicle using ISTA/P 2.38.1 or higher.

Note that ISTA/P will automatically reprogram and code all programmable control modules that do not have the latest software.

For information on programming and coding with ISTA/P, refer to CenterNet/Aftersales Portal/Service/Workshop Technology/Vehicle

Programming.

[NEW] PARTS INFORMATION

[NEW] LABEL INSTRUCTIONS

This Service Action has been assigned code number 569. After the vehicle has been checked and/or corrected, obtain a label (SD 92-380) and:

A. Emboss your BMW center warranty number in the middle of the label (1):

B. Punch out code number 569 (2), printed on the label; and

C. Affix the label to the B-Pillar as shown.

If the vehicle already has a label from a previous Service Action/Recall Campaign, affix the new label next to the old one. Do not affix one label on

top of another one, because a number from an underlaying label could appear in the punched-out hole of the new label.

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[NEW] WARRANTY INFORMATION

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- Voltage[11.0...15.0] V

Question

- Is the measurement value OK?

YES

The measurement value is OK.Further possible causes of fault

- Signal wire

- B6/5 (Right intake camshaft Hall sensor)

End of test

NO

The measurement value is not OK.Possible cause and remedy

- N10/1f43 (Fuse 43)

- N10/1kI (Circuit 87 relay, engine)

- Lines to component B6/5 (Right intake camshaft Hall sensor)

End of test

1.3. Check assignment of signals from Hall sensors 'Camshafts' and 'Crankshaft'.

Check assignment of signals from Hall sensors 'Camshafts' and 'Crankshaft'.

Figure legend

- A -ConnectionTest cable 35-pin socket box

- 001 -Sockets of component N3/10 (ME-SFI [ME] control unit)

- 05 -35-pin socket box

- 050 -126-pin socket box

- 108 -Test cable 266 589 01 63 00

- N3/10 (ME-SFI [ME] control unit)

- II 1-63ConnectionTest cable

- III 64-126ConnectionTest cable

Warning!

- Connection A of test cable 108 may NOT be connected to connection B of the 126-pin socket box (050).

Continue to test with button F2

Figure legend

- 1Signal from component B6/5 (Right intake camshaft Hall sensor)

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