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monchail 10-27-2012 04:50 PM

Where is the diagram for fuse box (E60)?
 
I got a warning light "the left-front parking light is failed". They are 2 rings of angel eyes on the left-front side. I think it may come from the broken fuse.

Can any one tell me the diagram of fuse box? I saw one fuse box near front passenger seat. However, there is no instruction which fuse is for which part/function. Need help !!!!

pcy 10-28-2012 04:54 AM

If only one of the parking light is failed, I'd say it's not the fuse. Very likely, it's the bulb. To confirm this theory, swap the suspected bulb with the good bulb from the other side and turn on the lights.

Fuse diagram is on the underside of the trunk lid in the tool kit.

Hogie 10-29-2012 07:58 PM

The diagram of the fuse box should be located in your trunk lid emergency storage. Open the trunk look straight ahead at the lid and open the storage compartment.

karayakar 11-13-2012 11:00 AM

e60 fuse diagram
 
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this may help.
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CarlG 01-29-2014 06:18 PM

I have a 2008 528i SPorts package. It has a brand new battery and is not starting. It wont crank. I think a fuse is blown between the push start button and where it actually cranks. ... Any ideas?

schpenxel 01-29-2014 07:30 PM

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Originally Posted by CarlG (Post 8110730)
I have a 2008 528i SPorts package. It has a brand new battery and is not starting. It wont crank. I think a fuse is blown between the push start button and where it actually cranks. ... Any ideas?

These cars are much more complicated than that. The button isn't actually connected to the starter like they would have been at one point. It all goes through computers and computers do the turning of the starter

That being said, it's worth looking at the fuses--I would check the "ignition/starter electronics" fuse first..


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