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There are two bolts on the strut tower and a single hose at Top and bottom. They can be released with flat head screw driver. There is also a level sensor wire. Very easy to remove! Hope this helps.
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Old 08-17-2017, 07:39 AM
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Oil change frequency

Anyone has an idea about the frequency of oil change for X5 E70? I simply don't feel right to follow the BMW's recommendation of every 15K miles. If most on highway, maybe; but most in city driving in stop and go situation, must be shorter. There is even no way to check the oil condition because they do away with the oil stick now. Thanks.
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Anyone has an idea about the frequency of oil change for X5 E70? I simply don't feel right to follow the BMW's recommendation of every 15K miles. If most on highway, maybe; but most in city driving in stop and go situation, must be shorter. There is even no way to check the oil condition because they do away with the oil stick now. Thanks.


I have always followed this rule of thumb regardless of the mileage:

- City driving, short trips, too many stop and gos, car driven off cold engine: every six months, using the lighter oil for winter, and a more viscous oil for summer.


-Mostly freeway driving, longer commutes, engine getting to temp: once a year, right before the cold months.


An oil change costs only less than $50! That is a small fraction of your phone bill for example.

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Old 11-25-2017, 08:16 AM
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X5 E70 Rear Shocks Replc M-Sport w/ 3rd row seat

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This DIY applies to X5 E70 with third row seats. My 2013 SUV has M-sport pkg with auto-leveling (air springs) and sport suspension. This procedure should take about an hour. All torque specs are from the official BMW X5 E70 manual. The interior trim removal for a regular E70 (no third row) may or may not be as simple.

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21mm socket drive (for bottom shock bolt)
18mm socket (for top shock bolt)
6mm allen socket (to remove and torque top nut)
18mm box wrench (to hold top nut)
3 3/8 and 6 drive extensions
Torque Wrench (35 ft-lb for top bolt and 122 ft-lb for bottom bolt)
>250 ft-lb Impact Wrench (Optional and will make the job much quicker)
Trim Pry bar (preferably plastic)
Jack (to raise SUV slightly to install new shocks)
Flat blade screwdriver and/or pry bar and hammer (to remove and install brake hose clip)

Replacement Shocks:
The shock length for E70 with third row seats is shorter than the regular E70 by about 2. I used KYBs at $70 each on Amazon. The KYB part numbers are 341729 (rear right) and 341730 (rear left). Bilstein and Sachs make replacement shocks from $150-250 each. Interestingly, Sachs list the same shock for third row seat for both sport and non-sport suspension. FYI, BMW factory replacement shocks for third row seat w/ sport suspension cost $400 each!

Testing of Existing Shocks:
(This is NOT a reference test using factory published numbers. Its a relative test to see how the old and new shocks are different.)
Remove one rear shock using procedure below. Using a home weight scale, turn the shock upside down and push down on the piston until it starts to compress. My orig shock w/ 45K miles needed about 30 lbs before compressing. The new KYB needed more than 50 lbs to compress, which means more dampening. I did not measure rebound as I was convinced the new shock will also have a slower rebound rate also. I suppose you could time how long the piston will fully extend itself between the old and new shock to check. The new (KYB) shocks provided a smoother ride and less jolting and juddering over bumps and rough road than the orig factory shocks.

If you decide to buy Bilstein or factory BMW shock, please share the respective measurements for comparison.

Replacement Procedure
Inside car
1. Flip second row seat forward, then flip third row seats up.
2. Pry out luggage tie down plastic cover next to third row seat. Pry front and rear of plastic cover. It will take some force to pull it off the cargo tie down loop.
3. Reach in through tie down loop area and pull up rectangular carpeted trim with fingers. Pry along the edges to help removal if needed. It should pop out quite easily. Check to make sure the three circular plastic clips came out with the trim piece. If not, pry stuck clip from hole in lashing rail (plastic molding) and reattach to carpeted trim piece slot.
4. The top of shock piston w/ 18mm nut is now accessible through lashing rail top hole. (What makes removal simple is it is NOT necessary to remove the shock tower and its three bolts.)
5. Put 18mm socket on top of nut and attach extension from top of hole through lashing rail. Use impact wrench to remove nut. If you dont have an impact wrench, hold nut with 18mm box wrench. Insert 6mm allen socket into piston and turn clockwise to loosen. (The nut is the normal right-handed thread, but you are turning the piston instead which loosens clockwise.) The torque is 35 ft-lb, tight but not extremely tight. You may need a longer (>10 length) box wrench to keep nut from moving.
6. Remove steel plate and orange bumper from piston by feeding them through side hole in lashing rail and set them aside. Note their orientation for reinstallation.

Below car (You may jack SUV up about 4 inches to have better access with wheel still on ground. Leave your key in the house as you dont want the self-leveling air pump to activate.)
1. Use screwdriver or pry bar to remove metal clip clamping brake hose to shock. Before careful not to nick or break rubber brake hose. Note clip orientation (which side is up) for reinstallation.
2. Use 21mm socket with drive and impact wrench (or wrench with extension) to remove bottom shock bolt. Torque spec is 122 ft-lb, which is pretty tight if removing w/o impact wrench. Be careful not to have old shock fall on you.
3. Pull old shock out rearward and downward.
4. If the upper orange bumper and tube metal spacer are not on top of the black dust cover of old shock, look and reach up to pull them off the shock tower from below. They come off easily.


Shock Installation:
1. Jack SUV up about 4 inches with wheel still on ground.
2. Reassemble inside bumper (cone is upside down), dust cover, upper orange bumper, and tube metal spacer on new shock piston.
3. From bottom of vehicle, insert piston through upper shock tower and align lower hole to control arm. Screw in 21mm bolt all the way in. (Use an impact wrench set on low.) DO NOT torque bolt to spec yet.
4. Lower and remove jack completely. (SUV is now in the standard or loaded position.)
5. From inside vehicle, align piston approximately in center of shock tower. Use a screw driver or allen socket to assist if needed.
6. Reinstall orange bumper on piston and center in shock tower. Note bumper should drop into large hole of shock tower and self align.
7. Reinstall steel circular plate on orange bumper and hand screw 18mm nut.
8. Using 18mm box wrench holding nut, insert 6mm allen socket and turn counter-clockwise to tighten bolt. Torque to 35 ft-lb.
9. From bottom of vehicle, reinsert brake hose holder into slot and reinsert clip. It will take some time to work clip properly back in slot. I used a combination of screw driver and hammer. Be careful not to nick brake hose. (Interestingly, this was the most time consuming step.)
10. From bottom of vehicle, torque shock bolt to 122 ft-lb. I used a 6 extension on 21mm socket to allow the use of my drive torque wrench to tighten behind the tire.
11. Reinstall carpet trim over lashing rail and luggage tie-down cover.
12. Test drive vehicle and YOU ARE DONE!
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Old 12-28-2017, 08:47 AM
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Hello all,

I just purchased a 2011 E70 with the N63B44O0 engine. I discovered yesterday that my engine oil is milky and suspect that I need to replace the head gaskets. I see lots of folks asking about a good source for repair manuals and notice that it's been awhile since this topic came up. Are there any new developments about what some good repair manual sources are for this engine?
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Old 12-28-2017, 08:48 AM
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Hello all,

I just purchased a 2011 E70 with the N63B44O0 engine. I discovered yesterday that my engine oil is milky and suspect that I need to replace the head gaskets. I see lots of folks asking about a good source for repair manuals and notice that it's been awhile since this topic came up. Are there any new developments about what some good repair manual sources are for this engine?
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Old 12-28-2017, 09:43 AM
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Rear Air Spring Explosion!!! E70 X5

I was installing new air springs. Simply wanted to refresh them.

It has been freezing 10F-15F out here in New Jersey and I work outside. I know Im crazy. I want to finish the car with all the preventative maintenance because Im moving.

When I installed the springs which is very straight forward. I lowered the car, compressor kicked in and POP, went one side and the car squatted. I lifted the car back up and one of the air bags cracked on the plastic part. (See pic)

I jacked her up again and placed the original ones on there just switched them L to R. One had already been replaced (Arnott brand) and the other one is BMW.
Lowered the car and as soon I get in to test drive POP goes the Arnott spring again!!!!

I jacked the car and removed the spring. Went home to brainstorm why the F is this happening. Only thing I can explain is 1. The replacement ones I bought off eBay and I suspect the quality wasnt there but why would the Arnott one go after I returned it back?

Only reason I can think of is the fact that I left the spring outside in the freezing cold. That must have been the contributing factor since both the Arnott and the Cheap eBay managed to crack under pressure.

So I went to the junk yard and got myself original off a low mile X6. They look good with no cracks on the rubber.

I will try this on Wednesday when the temperature gets in the high 20s low 30s.

Any similar experience or a theory why the springs pop out her that the extreme cold storage.

Oh and PS. Im keeping the used replacement OEM in my house so they are room temp when I instal them.

Any input is appreciated.
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Old 01-15-2018, 09:51 AM
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Does anyone have any resources that describe troubleshooting and repair actions for DTC codes? For example, if I run the scan tool and find 00E487, how do I go about troubleshooting this code?
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Does anyone have any resources that describe troubleshooting and repair actions for DTC codes? For example, if I run the scan tool and find 00E487, how do I go about troubleshooting this code?


You need ISTA + for diagnosis.


Or you can google the code.



My ISTA says: SMBF:K-CAN communication fault


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Old 03-24-2018, 01:31 PM
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Recently bought a 09 x5 xdrive 3.0 and it will not keep the time and date . If it sits for more than 12 hrs the clock and date need reset, Also wont pass State inspection, DMV tech tells me to drive it around more. What? sensors aren't registering?? Is this a sign of a bad battery?
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Old 03-24-2018, 02:10 PM
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Recently bought a 09 x5 xdrive 3.0 and it will not keep the time and date . If it sits for more than 12 hrs the clock and date need reset, Also wont pass State inspection, DMV tech tells me to drive it around more. What? sensors aren't registering?? Is this a sign of a bad battery?
Could be. An OE 2009 battery is beyond its expected maximum life time. I replaced my 2012 battery.

New batteries are not maintained charged on the shelf. Properly charge your new battery before installation.

BMWs do not EVER fully charge their AGM batteries. If your driving profile is short trips then its battery must be externally charged regularly

I charge weekly with a CTEK 4.3 MUS about 5 AH - 10 AH summer and winter.
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Old 04-25-2018, 06:09 PM
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Could be. An OE 2009 battery is beyond its expected maximum life time. I replaced my 2012 battery.

New batteries are not maintained charged on the shelf. Properly charge your new battery before installation.

BMWs do not EVER fully charge their AGM batteries. If your driving profile is short trips then its battery must be externally charged regularly

I charge weekly with a CTEK 4.3 MUS about 5 AH - 10 AH summer and winter.
Apparently there is also the option of having the car coded for the "short trip profile". Encountered that reading many threads on battery drain lately.
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BMW X5 E70 IHKA to IHKA with FKA (4-zone climate control) Do it yourself retrofit.
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Thanks for this post!

Hello, I'm new to the forum and really appreciate this post. I was able to replace my rear suspension airbags on the X5 with this assistance.
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Nice job. We used 3M Trizak to do this job with a random orbital sander. Dish soap and water is all you need. 4 different grades of trizak. Finish with a polish compound.
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Any information on how to replace the EDC Module? I've been looking all over google for info but can't seem to find a DIY
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Four modules, Damper satellite, front left (EDCSVL), front right (EDCSVR), rear left (EDCSHL), rear right (EDCSHR), controlled by Vertical Dynamics Module VDM
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Hmmm. Genuinely confused now, as I have a dynamic drive fault. There are two modules that sound the same but have different terms/part numbers:

6785396 Control Unit for VDC (Found in the diagram for the rear shocks)
6797919 Control Unit, Dynamic Drive (Found in the diagram for the front shocks)


My issue is that I have two new front shocks but it seems like their satellites aren't communicating with the modules (and probably need coding).
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Hmmm. Genuinely confused now, as I have a dynamic drive fault. There are two modules that sound the same but have different terms/part numbers:

6785396 Control Unit for VDC (Found in the diagram for the rear shocks)
6797919 Control Unit, Dynamic Drive (Found in the diagram for the front shocks)


My issue is that I have two new front shocks but it seems like their satellites aren't communicating with the modules (and probably need coding).
These two posts seem to be your only in this thread....

No idea what issue or problem you are trying to fix.
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