BMW X5 Owners & Service Manuals

BMW X5: Initializing Rain/Light Sensor

NOTE: Initialization is necessary:

NOTE:

REPLACING OPTICAL ELEMENT FOR SOLAR RAIN/LIGHT SENSOR

IMPORTANT: Read and comply with notes on protection against electrostatic damage (ESD protection).

Necessary preliminary tasks:

Remove solar rain/light sensor.

Optical element can only be replaced in the following equipment specifications:

Carefully expand catches (1) of solar rain/light sensor (2).

Remove optical element (3).

Installation:

Remove protective cover from replacement optical element.

Catches (1) of solar sensor (2) must not be damaged.

Observe laser marking (4) of fitting aid.

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Fig. 246: Identifying Catches, Solar Rain/Light Sensor And Optical Element

Carry out initialization.

Carry out programming/coding if installing a different windscreen type.

REPLACING RAIN/LIGHT SOLAR SENSOR

IMPORTANT: Read and comply with notes on protection against electrostatic damage (ESD protection).

Expand two-part mirror base cover (1) by pressing from below and detach.

Feed out two-part mirror base cover (1) and remove.

If necessary, remove interior rearview mirror.

NOTE: Catches of two-part mirror base cover (1) must not be damaged.

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Fig. 247: Expanding Two-Part Mirror Base Cover

Disconnect plug connection (1).

Unlock metal spring (3) in direction of arrow.

Pull off solar rain/light sensor (2) from windscreen.

Installation:

Connect plug (1) only after fitting sensor.

Pull off protective cover from new solar rain/light sensor.

Align solar rain-light sensor (2) and press firmly on windscreen.

Pay attention to mechanical coding (6).

Press metal spring (3) centrally to ensure that retaining element (5) engages correctly in both hooks (4).

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Fig. 248: Unlocking Metal Spring

Clean windscreen in area (A) of fastening element and remove residues of silicone.

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Fig. 249: Identifying Windscreen Cleaning Area

Replacement:

REMOVING AND INSTALLING/REPLACING CONTROL UNIT FOR COMFORT ACCESS SYSTEM (PASSIVE GO)

IMPORTANT: Read and comply with notes on protection against electrostatic damage (ESD protection).

Necessary preliminary tasks:

Lift back insulating mat (1).

Disconnect plug connection (3).

Unlock catch (2) and remove control unit for Comfort Access System (4) from device carrier (5).

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Fig. 250: Identifying Insulating Mat, Plug Connection And Device Carrier

Replacement:

Carry out programming/coding.

REMOVING AND INSTALLING/REPLACING INTERIOR ANTENNA FOR COMFORT ACCESS SYSTEM

Necessary preliminary tasks:

Release screw (1).

Release screw (2) through opening (3).

Pull out interior antenna for comfort access system (4).

Disconnect plug connection.

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Fig. 251: Identifying Interior Antenna For Comfort Access System (4)

REMOVING AND INSTALLING/REPLACING INTERIOR ANTENNA FOR COMFORT ACCESS SYSTEM (REAR CENTRE CONSOLE)

Necessary preliminary tasks:

Unlock retaining hook (1) and remove interior antenna for comfort access system (2).

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Fig. 252: Identifying Retaining Hook And Interior Antenna For Comfort Access System

REMOVING AND INSTALLING/REPLACING INTERIOR ANTENNA FOR COMFORT ACCESS SYSTEM ON LEFT OR RIGHT

Necessary preliminary tasks:

Release expansion rivet (1).

Fold back luggage compartment tray (2) slightly.

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Fig. 253: Identifying Expansion Rivet And Luggage Compartment Tray

Disconnect plug connection (1).

Release screws (2).

Remove interior antenna (3).

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Fig. 254: Identifying Plug Connection And Interior Antenna

REMOVING AND INSTALLING/REPLACING BUMPER ANTENNA FOR COMFORT ACCESS SYSTEM

Reach behind bumper trim and disconnect plug connection (2).

Press catches (1) and pull out bumper antenna for Comfort Access System (3) in direction of arrow.

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Fig. 255: Pulling Out Bumper Antenna For Comfort Access System

VEHICLE PROGRAMMING AND CODING

Select menu item (1).

Select corresponding procedure from selection list.

Example:

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Fig. 256: Display BMW Vehicle Programming And Coding

NOTE: In order to avoid incorrect programming procedures and error messages, it is essential when working with the Progman programming system always to use the latest Progman version.

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