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E39 (1997 - 2003)
The BMW 5-Series (E39 chassis) was introduced in the United States as a 1997 model year car and lasted until the 2004 when the E60 chassis was released. The United States saw several variations including the 525i, 528i, 530i and 540i. -- View the E39 Wiki

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Old 03-09-2011, 01:55 PM
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2003 530I 126,000 km (78k miles)

June 2010 at 111k km by seller
- front & rear pads & rotors
- rt rr ball joint
- rt rr brake flex line
- master cylinder
- rt & lt headlight adjusters, sort of
- perhaps rad & cooling system: parts look new, some trim bits misarranged, clean new looking green antifreeze
- struts

By me, now at 126k km
- p/s reservoir O-ring
- oil change
- brake fluid flush
- flush "green stuff" out to BMW anti-freeze
- free stuck pads, clean & NeverSeez brakes to solve sticky pedal problem
- caliper pins & anti-rattle springs
- replace H7 high beam bulb
- wiper inserts
- CHMSL socket
- cabin air filters
- engine air filter
- differential pinion seal
- rear door vapour seals for wet rear floor
- front & rear sway bar bushings
- sway bar link (a wasted, stupid effort to solve clunk)
- rt & lt thrust links (which did solve low speed clunk)
- secondary air pump mount
- rt front fender liner, front/lower
- installed battery vent (missing when bought car)
- polished headlights to clear
- clean & treat leather with Lexol
- DIY alignment check

Pending - when parts & non-frigid weather arrive.
- CCV cold weather, oil filter housing gasket, clean ICV, etc.
- VANOS seals
- headlight level senor, front
- adjust rt rr camber

Thank heavens for DIY and internet parts prices! Otherwise, I'd have a 3rd mortgage on the house (& we're mortgage free!) or be riding a bicycle.

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Old 03-09-2011, 02:09 PM
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107K New battery
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Old 03-09-2011, 02:14 PM
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146600 8/10 Oil Change, Transmission Fluid Changed, Spark Plugs changed, Deflection pully replaced, air filter re-charged.
148000, 9/10 Fuel filter, Differential fluid, coolant flush.
149000, 10/10 Passenger side Catalytic converter sensors. Front Axle Sway bar end links.
150500, 12/10 Both Post-Cats Replaced with Magnaflow 43005s.
152000, 2/11 Clutch replaced, rear main seal, transmission mounts.

I think there were a few burnt out light bulbs here and there as well. Now that I look at it I realize I have spent almost $2000 in the past 6 months. Good thing I wont be needing another clutch for awhile.
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Old 03-09-2011, 02:34 PM
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So your monthly payments for this newfound piece-of-mindmobile are zero?

Awesome.
No. I'm leasing.

This was a smart move for me, because I don't have the time, tools, or experience to DIY, and as we all know, if you leave all repairs / maintenance up to the Stealer, you can go broke pretty fast.

I had no business owning an old 5-series, and expecting it to be as reliable as a Honda. That wasn't realistic.
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Old 03-09-2011, 02:49 PM
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No. I'm leasing.

This was a smart move for me, because I don't have the time, tools, or experience to DIY, and as we all know, if you leave all repairs / maintenance up to the Stealer, you can go broke pretty fast.

I had no business owning an old 5-series, and expecting it to be as reliable as a Honda. That wasn't realistic.
You clearly made the right choice, but your post was needless needling. And I'm not sure why you're still hanging here.

I do some of my own work, but not all. Depends on what needs doing.

I can guarantee you that I've spent less in the past year paying VAC Motorsports to do work on my car than you've paid in six months for your lease. Unless your lease is $200 a month, which I highly doubt.

BMWs cost money, either to maintain or to lease/finance. My car was paid off 5 years ago.

Is yours?

In three years you'll be out 15 large and have no car to show for it.

What a country . . .
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Old 03-09-2011, 04:26 PM
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i am too lazy copy past the same again and again
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Old 03-09-2011, 04:30 PM
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i am too lazy copy past the same again and again
Here I started a list for you.

New and improve oil dipstick tube

Improve design oil diptick tube

Free flow oil dipstick tube

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Old 03-09-2011, 05:47 PM
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Old 03-09-2011, 06:01 PM
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1992 325I
205k
Replaced the following:
Tstat
Water pump
Radiator hoses
Auxillary thermostat
Synthetic oil change
Rear oem shocks
Front springs/struts
Lower control arm drivers side
Front and rear sway bars
Front sway bar links
Aluminum thermostat housing
New system with speakers
Door moldings

Still need to fix:
Pass side front window regulator

Seems like it never ends.....




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Old 03-09-2011, 07:52 PM
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I'm not missing as many round tuits as I'm missing in tuits.
Especially with tax season upon us ...
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Old 03-09-2011, 08:33 PM
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Here I started a list for you.

New and improve oil dipstick tube

Improve design oil diptick tube

Free flow oil dipstick tube

Ok Alex , you win
i copied
and my dipstick is here,
right , the second one , i just replaced it again from dealer for free , my motivation was :

THIS DIPSTICK IS TOO NOISY haha
( now i see it's my CCV noise , not a dipstick ... what the crappy design )

My Black Berry :

2003 530i Sport Blk/Blk 90k miles , stock body

in last 10k :
Headlights polish
Custom sway bar
New M5 rear sway bar
New OEM T-T
New OEM Water pump
New Vanos seals
New pan gasket
Oil housing job
New 3 tesntions
New air intake boot
New vacuum lines
BMW Black Plate Frames
New OEM Full Brake Job front/rear
New Winter Michelin tires on 17" BBS 42 Style wheels
New Summer Conti 245/40R18 tires on new BBS 5 style wheels
New Second Air pump
New Engine belts
New Xenon Headlights bulbs
New Valve Cover Gasket set
New Interstate OEM battery
New OEM plugs
New OEM left driver door actuator
New batteries in both remote keys
New OEM Fuel filter
New OEM Salon filters
Recent ATF steering , Mobile 1 0W40 LL01 engine oil
Cooling system flashed with BMW green coolant
Brake system flashed with DOT4
New OEM Cap Holders
New Steering Hoses ( no leaks on my cars )
New OEM engine mounts
New OEM trunny mounts
MAF cleaned
Disa valve sealed
OEM CW CCV with all houses
New dipstick CW design $$$
New OEM tranny fluid
New Mobile 1 differential fluid
Rear doors vapon barrier fix !
New OEM BMW floor mats
New OEM BMW trunk mat
New ACS Style trunk Carbon Fiber Spoiler
New ACS Style roof Carbon Fiber Spoiler
DICE i-BMW SilverLine iPod Adapter

Full suspension tuning in last year - ( all Lemfoerder parts )
Front :
New front thrust arm bushing
New front tie rods
New right front low arm
New front stabilizers
Rear :
New left - right rear upper arms
New rear stabilizers
Recent wheels balancing
Recent alignment



Last year trips :

Key West - 5k miles
Smoky Mountains- 2k miles
W DC - 1.5k miles

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Old 03-09-2011, 09:31 PM
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In the past 6 months, I spent:

$0.00
...and I'm LOVING my 2011 128i.

Ditching my money pit 525iA (MY 2003, 90K mi, $6,000 in repairs needed), was my BEST move EVER!!!!!!
Since we are all being honest, at least our cars don't look like a runt love child of a 7 series and Mini Cooper

E39s may be maintenance intensive but it isnt a monthly expense a la a car payment. If I take the $500 (+/-) you spend every month on car payments, I can go from bumper to bumper and replace everything in need within a year. While you keep paying, my car will need $0 put into it for god knows how long.




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Old 03-09-2011, 09:55 PM
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Ok Alex , you win
i copied
and my dipstick is here,
right , the second one , i just replaced it again from dealer for free , my motivation was :

THIS DIPSTICK IS TOO NOISY haha
( now i see it's my was CCV noise , not a dipstick ... what the crappy design )

My Black Berry :

2003 530i Sport Blk/Blk 90k miles , stock body

in last 10k :
Headlights polish
Custom sway bar
New M5 rear sway bar
New OEM T-T
New OEM Water pump
New Vanos seals
New pan gasket
Oil housing job
New 3 tesntions
New air intake boot
New vacuum lines
BMW Black Plate Frames
New OEM Full Brake Job front/rear
New Winter Michelin tires on 17" BBS 42 Style wheels
New Summer Conti 245/40R18 tires on new BBS 5 style wheels
New Second Air pump
New Engine belts
New Xenon Headlights bulbs
New Check Value Gasket set
New Interstate OEM battery
New OEM plugs
New OEM left driver door actuator
New batteries in both remote keys
New OEM Fuel filter
New OEM Salon filters
Recent ATF steering , Mobile 1 0W40 LL01 engine oil
Cooling system flashed with BMW green coolant
Brake system flashed with DOT4
New OEM Cap Holders
New Steering Hoses ( no leaks on my cars )
New OEM engine mounts
New OEM trunny mounts
MAF cleaned
Disa valve sealed
OEM CW CCV with all houses
New dipstick CW design $$$
New OEM tranny fluid
New Mobile 1 differential fluid
Rear doors vapon barrier fix !
New OEM BMW floor mats
New OEM BMW trunk mat
New ACS Style trunk Carbon Fiber Spoiler
New ACS Style roof Carbon Fiber Spoiler
DICE i-BMW SilverLine iPod Adapter

Full suspension tuning in last year - ( all Lemfoerder parts )
Front :
New front thrust arm bushing
New front tie rods
New right front low arm
New front stabilizers
Rear :
New left - right rear upper arms
New rear stabilizers
Recent wheels balancing
Recent alignment



Last year trips :

Key West - 5k miles
Smoky Mountains- 2k miles
W DC - 1.5k miles

Wow man! That's a long list.
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Old 03-09-2011, 11:13 PM
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...New Check Value Gasket set
Is that in case you blow a gasket when you check the parts prices?
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Old 03-10-2011, 10:02 AM
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You clearly made the right choice, but your post was needless needling. And I'm not sure why you're still hanging here.

I do some of my own work, but not all. Depends on what needs doing.

I can guarantee you that I've spent less in the past year paying VAC Motorsports to do work on my car than you've paid in six months for your lease. Unless your lease is $200 a month, which I highly doubt.

BMWs cost money, either to maintain or to lease/finance. My car was paid off 5 years ago.

Is yours?

In three years you'll be out 15 large and have no car to show for it.

What a country . . .
Fair enough.
I was checking in because I was feeling a bit nostalgic after seeing my old 5 still on the used car lot (I drive past it on my way home from work).

RE: Leasing. I moved to DC from Chicago 3 years ago, and I spent most of my savings on my condo in the windy city. I didn't have a car there, so I looked at car ownership strictly from a cashflow point of view (ie: how much am I willing to lose every month on a car).
The 5 was $350/mo for the loan; my new 1-series is $450.
The 5 cost much more than that when I counted repair bills.

In 3 years, I'll hand in the keys and start over, OR I might be back in Chicago...where a car isn't necessary (I own a place in River North, and generally work downtown).

Cars aren't investments.
They're worth less every day, and you're always losing money on a car...no matter how you justify it.

$16K for the best 3 years of a BMWs life, where everything is included and I don't have to worry, is a pretty small price to pay if you ask me...
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Old 03-10-2011, 10:31 AM
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Old 03-10-2011, 11:54 AM
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What's maintenance?
Flowers* on Valentine's Day.

*Add chocolate if you are in need of service.
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Old 03-10-2011, 12:16 PM
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$16K for the best 3 years of a BMWs life, where everything is included and I don't have to worry, is a pretty small price to pay if you ask me...
We need guys like you to stimulate the economy. Keep up the good work

For me I paid $14.5 for mine about 5 years ago. I've put in about $5 grands in repair and maintenance. But the best part is I know it will serve me another 5 years in style.
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Old 03-10-2011, 12:28 PM
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Is that in case you blow a gasket when you check the parts prices?
haha
my mistake , its Valve Cover Gasket set
fixed
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Old 03-10-2011, 03:01 PM
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We need guys like you to stimulate the economy. Keep up the good work

For me I paid $14.5 for mine about 5 years ago. I've put in about $5 grands in repair and maintenance. But the best part is I know it will serve me another 5 years in style.
Glad I could help!

Yeah; I'm paying top dollar, but I'll tell you what: I save boatloads of money when I lease vs. buy. This is because I don't DIY, and I'm an absolute perfectionist when it comes to maintaining my car.
I miss my E39 like crazy, and it's better looking than my 1-series for sure; but it wasn't perfect, and that bothered me. It also cost a lot.
Had it been a 540i/6 or M5, it would all be worth it, but for a 525iA....I had to cut my losses.

I rent right now; and am focusing more on my career. In a few years, once I own my own home / garage...things will change.
Then I'll probably own an older Honda as a daily driver, and get a car I truly love (like the E39), and learn how to DIY everything.

Anyways, with that said, you guys offer awesome advice here on this forum, and I value everything I learned; but this just isn't the right time for me to own a car that requires so much care.

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Old 03-10-2011, 06:43 PM
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Had it been a 540i/6 or M5, it would all be worth it, but for a 525iA....I had to cut my losses
You left out the best E39 530 Manual sport! How dare you are!!! JK!

Any way, I hope all will go well with you and your career, but if you live close to me I will garantee to put you in a 530 manual sport for half you are paying now.
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Old 03-10-2011, 08:22 PM
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Man... I'm almost sold on a lease now!

Naaaahhh... I do see the perks though. To each his own.


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Old 03-11-2011, 03:10 AM
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03 525i 49,000 miles

Purchased August 18, 2010:

New battery (OE BMW) - with car deal
New right headlight (non-xenon) - with car deal
Paintless dent removal - with car deal
Pinstriping removal - with car deal
New left headlight (non-xenon) - $360
New engine air filter - ?? dont remember how much
New cabin air filters - ?? dont remember how much
Oil change at dealer - $20
Coolant change/flush at dealer - $100
Brake fluid change at dealer - $100
New 17" style 42's - $500 (great deal)
Buff out alot of light scratches at body shop - $300
New interior carpet mats - $100
New interior rubber mats - $75
New drivers side left foot rest piece - $25
New belts, pulleys, tensioner -- $100
New Valeo Alternator - $560 installed by others
Used Dunlop Wintersport tires for stock 16's - $250
New left passenger side rear trim piece - $16
New right rear light gasket - $11
New transmission filter - $24.50
New transmission pan gasket - $17

To be spent shortly:
New tires for my Style 42's - $600
Transmission Fluid - $200 or so for multiple changes
Fuel filter - ?
Power steering fluid change DIY - $20
Rear differential change - ?
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Old 03-11-2011, 07:08 AM
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here is what I did in my car in last 3 weeks.

4x O2 sensors
Thermostat
Water pump
all water/Coolant hoses
Vanos seals
New Rad
VCG
Temperature sensor on Manifold
Temperature switch for Fan
New oil pipe vanos
new water/oil sensor
New DTS
New expansion tank
both tensioner units for main drive and a/c belt
both new belts
new idler pulley
6xspark plugs
Oil filters
Air filters
Fuel Filter
Oil change
Hose from thermostat to rad


After all this car is back in life and I am LOVING HER MORE DAY BY DAY..........

I did all this by the help of all the guys and gals from this board. I am so confident that in future if there is anything to do in my car I can do it with the help provided from here. My big thanks to all of you (Bluebee, cn90, 16valex.....list is never ending with good guys)
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Old 03-11-2011, 07:23 AM
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welded exhaust console hanger above front sway bar 135k
windshield washer jet 130k
sway bar links 135k
metal bleed screws
besian vanos seals 140k
valve cover gasket 140k
fuel filter 140k
thrust arm with HD bushing 140k
water pump, 130k
radiator 140k
thermostat, 140k
upper radiator hose 140k
lower radiator hose 140k
fan clutch and blade 140k
side marker housing 142k
coolant flush 140k
oil and differential fluid change 142k
Motor and transmission mounts 142 k
Bilstein HD struts mounts pad 144k
Conti dws tires/alignment/balance (then pot holes bent three of four rims yay) im living with a slight tremble at 69 mph fml
power steering housing oring
caulked leaky rear tail lights
emergency brake parts are on their way
door dings strangers hit and runs fml
recent oil change with mityvac for the first time proved to be an efficient 25 minutes

in mind: rotors, o2 sensors, ball joints, wheel bearings, rear shocks, tranny, head gasket, electronics for if and when they die

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