BMW X5 Owners & Service Manuals

BMW X5: Intake Manifold


Remove acoustic cover. To remove, unfasten screws. Raise acoustic cover and remove towards front.

Remove design cover, if equipped.

Remove center of bulkhead.

Remove intake hose.

Remove injection pipe.

On rear side of manifold, unlock and disconnect plug on differential pressure sensor and on servomotor.

Unlock and detach vent hose (1).

Remove cable from holder.

Intake Manifold
Fig. 725: Identifying Vent Hose

Unfasten screws.

Remove intake air manifold (2) upwards with aid of a second person.

Intake Manifold
Fig. 726: Locating Intake Air Manifold


Clean sealing faces (1) on intake air manifold (2).

Intake Manifold
Fig. 727: Identifying Sealing Faces On Intake Air Manifold


Clean sealing face (1) on left and right.

Replace gasket on left and right.

Intake Manifold
Fig. 728: Identifying Sealing Face

Assemble engine.

Check air intake system for leaks.


 Vacuum Pump

REMOVING AND INSTALLING/REPLACING VACUUM PUMP (N62/N62TU) NOTE: Press brake pedal several times in order to reduce vacuum pressure in brake booster. Installation location: Vacuum pump is fitted on cy

 Air Pump, Lines And Connectors

REMOVING AND INSTALLING/REPLACING AIR PUMP (N62) Remove upper section of intake filter housing. Release retaining screws on coolant expansion tank. Remove suction filter housing. Remove raw air hous

 Emission Control, Oxygen

REPLACING LEFT OXYGEN CONTROL SENSOR (N62/N62TU) Special tools required: 11 7 030 11 9 150 (cylinder bank 5 to 8) Necessary preliminary tasks: Switch off ignition Remove reinforcement plate WA


 Front/Rear cup holder

Front cup holder Safety information Warning Unsuitable containers in the cup holders may damage the cup holders or be thrown about the car's interior in the event of an accident, an evasive maneuver, or forceful braking. Spilled liquids can distract from the traffic conditions and lead to an acciden

 Replacing Cylinder Head Gasket (N52K)

Special tools required: 11 4 430 11 4 470 IMPORTANT: Aluminium-magnesium materials. No steel screws/bolts may be used due to the threat of electrochemical corrosion. A magnesium crankcase requires aluminium screws/bolts exclusively. Aluminium screws/bolts must be replaced each time they are r

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