BMW X5 Owners & Service Manuals

BMW X5: Safety Instructions For Handling Oil

WARNING: Danger of poisoning if oil is ingested/absorbed through the skin!

Recycling:

Observe country-specific waste-disposal regulations.

Measures if oil is unintentionally released:

NOTE: Do not flush oil away with water or aqueous cleaning agents.

RAISING VEHICLE WITH TROLLEY JACK

IMPORTANT: Observe the following trolley-jack-related instructions:

  1. Use only BMW-distributed/approved trolley jacks which have rubber plate contact points.
  2. Trolley jacks must be regularly serviced and always checked for functional reliability before they are used!
  3. Check the rubber plate on the trolley jack prior to each use, replacing if necessary.

General
Fig. 1: Identifying Trolley Jack

WARNING: The vehicle may be raised with a trolley jack only at the following jacking points!

  1. Car jacking point
  2. Side car jacking points
  3. Rear differential

General
Fig. 2: Identifying Jacking Points

Risk of damage: It is not permitted to raise the vehicle at the rear differential cover!

OVERVIEW OF DYNAMIC DRIVE (ARS)

General
Fig. 3: Overview Of Dynamic Drive (ARS)

  1. Valve block.
  2. Control unit.
  3. Pipes.
  4. Active stabilizer, rear.
  5. Transversal acceleration sensor.
  6. Level switch (on fluid reservoir).
  7. Auxiliary steering pump.
  8. Active stabilizer, front.
  9. Spring-type actuator.
  10. Pressure relief valve.

1. Valve block.

2. Control unit.

3. Pipes.

4. Active stabilizer, rear.

5. Transversal acceleration sensor.

6. Level switch (on fluid reservoir).

7. Auxiliary steering pump.

8. Safety precautions & general information.

9. Active stabilizer, front.

10. Spring-type actuator.

11. Pressure relief valve.

12. Initial Dynamic Drive operation.

13. Troubleshooting.

OVERVIEW OF VERTICAL DYNAMICS MANAGEMENT (VDM)

General
Fig. 4: Overview Of Vertical Dynamics Management (VDM)

  1. Spring strut, front.
  2. Ride-height sensors, front.
  3. Sport button (on gear selector switch).
  4. Ride-height sensors, rear.
  5. Shock absorber, rear.
  6. Control unit.

1. Spring strut, front.

2. Ride-height sensors, front.

3. Sport button (on gear selector switch).

4. Ride-height sensors, rear.

5. Shock absorber, rear.

6. Safety precautions & general information.

7. Control unit.

8. Carry out ride-height-calibration.

9. Carry out vertical acceleration sensor adjustment.

OVERVIEW OF RIDE-HEIGHT CONTROL SYSTEM

General
Fig. 5: Overview Of Ride-Height Control System

  1. Upper vent line.
  2. Lower vent line.
  3. Air supply unit.
  4. Ride-height sensors, front.
  5. Pipes.
  6. Ride-height sensors, rear.
  7. Air springs.
  8. Control unit.
  9. Relays.
  10. Troubleshooting.

1. Upper vent line.

2. Lower vent line.

3. Air supply unit.

4. Ride-height sensors, front.

5. Pipes.

6. Ride-height sensors, rear.

7. Air springs.

8. Safety precautions & general information.

9. Control unit.

10. Relays.

11. Troubleshooting.

12. Draining/filling air spring system.

13. Carry out ride-height-calibration.

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