BMW X5 Owners & Service Manuals

BMW X5: Replacing Water Valve For Heater

WARNING: Scalding hazard! Work on the cooling system may only be carried out when it has cooled down.

Follow instructions for working on cooling system!

NOTE: Disconnect coolant hoses on water valve.

Recycling

Coolant emerges when coolant lines are detached. Have a suitable collecting container ready.

Catch and dispose of escaping coolant.

Observe country-specific waste-disposal regulations.

NOTE: Engine is shown removed for purposes of clarity.

Disconnect plug connection (1).

Release hose clamps (2, 3) and detach coolant hoses.

Installation:

Do not mix up connections of coolant hoses.

Replace damaged coolant hoses.

Heater With Operation
Fig. 20: Identifying Plug Connection And Hose Clamps

Installation:

To avoid the buildup of noise, make sure that the rubber mounts (1) on the water valve are securely seated in the mounting on the frame side member (2).

Heater With Operation
Fig. 21: Identifying Mounting On Frame Side Member

After installation:

REMOVING AND INSTALLING (REPLACING) CONTROL PANEL FOR HEATER - A/C SYSTEM

Necessary preliminary tasks:

Disconnect plug connection (1).

Unclip control panel (2) along dashed line from trim (3) and remove.

Heater With Operation
Fig. 22: Identifying Plug Connection And Control Panel

IMPORTANT: The electrical steering column adjuster must be normalized when the control panel for the heater - A/C system is programmed or replaced.

REMOVING AND INSTALLING CONTROL PANEL FOR REAR CABIN A/C SYSTEM

Necessary preliminary tasks:

Carefully unclip control panel (1) along dashed line from trim (2).

Heater With Operation
Fig. 23: Identifying Control Panel

REMOVING AND INSTALLING/REPLACING CONTROLLER FOR REAR CABIN FAN

Necessary preliminary tasks:

Disconnect plug connection (1).

Unlock controller (2) in counterclockwise direction and remove.

Heater With Operation
Fig. 24: Identifying Plug Connection And Controller

REMOVING AND INSTALLING/REPLACING SERVODRIVE FOR FRESH- /RECIRCULATED-AIR FLAP

Necessary preliminary tasks:

Release screws (1).

Remove servomotor (2) and disconnect plug connection (3).

Heater With Operation
Fig. 25: Identifying Servomotor And Plug Connection

REPLACING SERVODRIVE FOR LEFT REAR CABIN BLENDING FLAP

Necessary preliminary tasks:

Release screws (1) and feed out air duct (2).

Heater With Operation
Fig. 26: Identifying Air Duct With Screws

Disconnect plug connection (1).

Release screws (2) and remove servodrive (3).

Heater With Operation
Fig. 27: Identifying Plug Connection And Servodrive With Screws

REPLACING SERVODRIVE FOR LEFT VENTILATION FLAP

Necessary preliminary tasks:

Release screws (1).

Remove servomotor (2) and disconnect plug connection (3).

Heater With Operation
Fig. 28: Identifying Servomotor And Plug Connection

REPLACING SERVODRIVE FOR RIGHT VENTILATION FLAP

Necessary preliminary tasks:

Release screws (1).

Remove servodrive (2) and disconnect plug connection (3).

Heater With Operation
Fig. 29: Identifying Servodrive And Screws

REPLACING SERVODRIVE FOR LEFT BLENDING FLAP

Necessary preliminary tasks:

Release screws (1).

Remove servodrive (2) and disconnect plug connection (3).

Heater With Operation
Fig. 30: Identifying Servodrive And Plug Connection

REPLACING SERVODRIVE FOR RIGHT BLENDING FLAP

Necessary preliminary tasks:

Release screws (1).

Remove servodrive (2) and disconnect plug connection (3).

Heater With Operation
Fig. 31: Identifying Servodrive And Plug Connection

REPLACING SERVODRIVE FOR RIGHT BLENDING FLAP

Necessary preliminary tasks:

NOTE: For purposes of clarity, following graphics show instrument panel carrier removed.

Release screws (1).

Remove servomotor (2) and disconnect plug connection (3).

Heater With Operation
Fig. 32: Identifying Servodrive And Plug Connection

REPLACING SERVODRIVE FOR RIGHT FOOTWELL FLAP

Necessary preliminary tasks:

Disconnect plug connection (1).

Release screws (2) and remove servodrive.

Heater With Operation
Fig. 33: Identifying Plug Connection With Screws

REPLACING ACTUATOR DRIVE OF DEFROSTING FLAPS

Necessary preliminary tasks:

Release screws (1).

Remove servodrive (2) and disconnect plug connection (3).

Heater With Operation
Fig. 34: Identifying Servodrive And Plug Connection

REPLACING SERVODRIVE FOR DYNAMIC PRESSURE COMPENSATION

Necessary preliminary tasks:

Release screws (1) and remove air duct (2).

Heater With Operation
Fig. 35: Identifying Air Duct With Screws

Release screws (1).

Remove servomotor (2) and disconnect associated plug connection.

Heater With Operation
Fig. 36: Identifying Servomotor And Screws

REPLACING SERVODRIVE FOR RIGHT REAR CABIN FOOTWELL FLAP

Necessary preliminary tasks:

Release screws (1).

Remove servodrive (2) and disconnect plug connection (3).

Heater With Operation
Fig. 37: Identifying Servodrive And Screws With Plug Connection

REPLACING (ONE) TEMPERATURE SENSOR FOR HEATER

Necessary preliminary tasks:

Unlock temperature sensor (1) and feed out.

Heater With Operation
Fig. 38: Identifying Temperature Sensor

Disconnect cables (1).

Connect cables to new temperature sensor with butt connectors and heat-shrink sleeves.

Insulate cables with insulating tape.

Heater With Operation
Fig. 39: Identifying Temperature Sensor Cables

REPLACING EVAPORATOR TEMPERATURE SENSOR

Necessary preliminary tasks:

Pull out temperature sensor (1) and disconnect associated plug connection.

Heater With Operation
Fig. 40: Identifying Temperature Sensor

REPLACING FOGGING SENSOR

Necessary preliminary tasks:

Unclip fogging sensor (1) from retaining tabs (2).

Disconnect plug connection (3).

Installation:

Make sure fogging sensor (1) is securely seated.

Heater With Operation
Fig. 41: Identifying Fogging Sensor And Retaining Tabs With Plug Connection

Installation:

Sensor surface (1) must be clean and free from grease.

Heater With Operation
Fig. 42: Identifying Sensor

REMOVING AND INSTALLING/REPLACING SENSOR FOR AUTOMATIC RECIRCULATED AIR CONTROL

Necessary preliminary tasks:

Disconnect plug connection (1).

Unlock solar sensor (2) and remove.

Heater With Operation
Fig. 43: Identifying Solar Sensor And Plug Connection

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