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Owner's Manual for Vehicle Contents A-Z Online Edition for Part-No. 01 41 0 157 605 - © 09/03 BMW AG.
325i 325xi Online Edition for Part-No. 01 41 0 157 605 - © 09/03 BMW AG.
Congratulations, and thank you for choosing a BMW. Thorough familiarity with your vehicle will provide you with enhanced control and security when you drive it.
4 Notes © 2003 Bayerische Motoren Werke Aktiengesellschaft Munich, Germany Reprinting, including excerpts, only with the written consent of BMW AG, Munich. Order No. 01 41 0 157 605 US English VIII/03 Printed in Germany Printed on environmentally friendly paper, bleached without chlorine, suitable for recycling.
5 Notes Your individual vehicle On purchasing your BMW, you have decided in favor of a model with individ- ualized equipment and features. This Owner's Manual describes all models and equipment that BMW offers within the same group.
6 Notes Maintenance and repair Advanced technology, e.g. the use of modern materials and high- performance electronics, requires spe- cially adapted maintenance and repair methods.
7 Notes Service and warranty This manual is supplemented by a Ser- vice and Warranty Information Booklet for US models or a Warranty and Ser- vice Guide Booklet for Canadian mod- els.
Contents Notes About this Owner's Manual 4 Additional sources of information 4 Symbols used 4 Your individual vehicle 5 Status at time of printing 5 For your own safety 5 Symbol on vehicle parts .
Contents 9 Passenger safety systems: Airbags 54 Transporting children safely 57 Vehicle Memory, Key Memory 61 Driving: Ignition lock 63 Starting the engine 63 Switching off the engine 65 Parking brake.
Contents Operation, maintenance Special operating instructions : Break-in procedures 120 General driving notes 121 Antilock Brake System (ABS) 121 Brake system 122 Wheels and tires: Tire inflation pre.
Contents 11 Index Everything from A to Z 166 Online Edition for Part-No. 01 41 0 157 605 - © 09/03 BMW AG.
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13 Overview Controls and features Operation, maintenance Owner service procedures Technical data Index Overview Controls Maintenance Repairs Data Index Online Edition for Part-No.
14 Cockpit Online Edition for Part-No. 01 41 0 157 605 - © 09/03 BMW AG.
15 1 Parking lamps/Low beams 93 2 > Turn signal indicators 74 > Standing lamps 94 > High beams 94 > Headlamp flasher 74 > Computer 83 3 Washer/wiper system/Rain sensor 75 4 Hazard warni.
16 Instrument cluster Online Edition for Part-No. 01 41 0 157 605 - © 09/03 BMW AG.
17 1 Fuel gauge 80 2 Indicator lamp for turn signals 20 3 Speedometer 4 Indicator and warning lamps 18 to 21 5 Tachometer and Energy Control 79 , 79 6 Engine coolant temperature gauge 80 7 Indicator a.
18 Indicator and warning lamps Technology that monitors itself Indicator and warning lamps that are identified by ● are tested for proper functioning whenever the ignition key is turned.
19 Brake warning lamp for Cana- dian models. Please fasten safety belts ● Comes on together with an acoustic signal until the safety belts are fastened. For additional information on safety belts: refer to page 48 Airbags ● Please have the system inspected at your BMW center.
20 Dynamic Stability Control (DSC) and brake warning lamp ● The indicator lamps remain on: DSC/DTC have been switched off with the button or are faulty. Please consult the nearest BMW center. Additional information beginning on page 86 325xi: DSC and ADB-X system malfunction.
21 Front fog lamps Lights up whenever you switch on the fog lamps. For additional information: refer to page 95 Blue: for your information High beams Comes on when the high beams are on or the headlamp flasher is actuated.
22 Buttons in steering wheel* These buttons let you operate the fol- lowing functions quickly and without being distracted from traffic conditions: > Selected radio functions > The cruise control > Selected telephone functions > The voice recognition system.
23 Hazard warning triangle* The warning triangle is located on the left side of the cargo area behind the cover panel. To open: press the button and remove the cover. Always observe all legal regula- tions requiring a warning triangle to be carried in the vehicle.
24 Refueling Fuel filler door Always switch off the engine before refueling, as it is not possi- ble to add fuel with the engine running, and attempts may also trigger the SERVICE ENGINE SOON lamp. < Press on the rear edge of the fuel filler door to open and close it.
25 Close the gas cap carefully after refueling until a click is heard. While closing, be sure not to squeeze the strap which is fastened to the cap. A loose or missing cap will activate the CHECK GAS CAP * lamp. < Fuel tank capacity > Approx. 16.
26 Vehicles with Flat Tire Monitor: After correcting the inflation pressures, reinitialize the system. Refer to page 91 . Check the tire pressures on a reg- ular basis – at least twice a month – and before every extended journey.
27 BMW Tires All pressure specifications in the table are indicated in psi/kilopascal with cold tires cold = ambient temperature 325i 325xi 205/55 R 16 91 H M+S 205/55 R 16 91 H 225/50 R 16 92 W – n.
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29 Overview Controls and features Operation, maintenance Owner service procedures Technical data Index Overview Controls Maintenance Repairs Data Index Online Edition for Part-No.
30 Opening and closing Keys The key set 1 Master keys with remote control unit – these keys determine the functions of the Key Memory. Refer to page 61 .
31 Opening and closing – via the remote control The concept The remote control also provides two additional functions beyond the central locking feature: > To switch on interior lamps, refer to page 32 .
32 Convenience opening mode Press and hold button: to open the electric power windows and glass sun- roof. To lock and secure Press button. To switch on the interior lamps After locking the vehicle, press button again. To deactivate the tilt alarm* and interior motion sensors* Press button a second time immedi- ately after locking.
33 Any unauthorized modifications to these devices could void the user's authority to operate the equip- ment. < Opening and closing – via the remote control Overview Controls Maintenance Repairs Data Index Online Edition for Part-No.
34 Opening and closing – via the door lock One turn of the key in the driver's door lock unlocks the driver's door only. Turning the key a second time unlocks all of the remaining doors, the tailgate and the fuel filler door. You can have a signal set to con- firm that the vehicle's locks have engaged securely.
35 Opening and closing – from the inside You can use this button to operate the central locking system when the front doors are closed. With this button, only the doors, the tailgate and rear window are unlocked or locked. The anti-theft system is not activated.
36 Manual operation > Fold rear center armrest or rear back- rest forward > Remove cover 1 – this operation is easy to carry out with the aid of the ignition key > Press the lever – see arrow – to the right. The tailgate is locked again as soon as you close the lid.
37 Always drive with both the tailgate and the rear window securely closed, as exhaust gases might other- wise be drawn into the interior of the vehicle. < Should it be absolutely necessary to operate the vehicle with the tailgate or the rear window open: 1.
38 Alarm system* The concept The vehicle alarm system responds: > When a door, the hood, the tailgate or the rear window is opened > To movement inside the vehicle – interior motion sensor >.
39 armed: an attempted entry has been detected in the period since the sys- tem was armed. Following triggering of an alarm, the indicator lamp will flash continuously. Avoiding unintentional alarms The tilt alarm sensor and interior motion sensor may be switched off at the same time.
40 Electric power windows To open and close windows When leaving the vehicle, always remove the ignition key from the lock and remember to close the doors to prevent persons or animals from operating the power windows and injur- ing themselves, etc.
41 Safety switch With the safety switch, you can prevent the rear windows from being opened or closed via the switches in the rear pas- senger area, for example by children. Press the safety switch whenever persons or animals are riding in the rear of the vehicle.
42 Opening and closing With the ignition key in position 1 or higher > Slide the switch until you feel resis- tance: the sunroof opens and closes as long as you hold the switch > Slide the switch briefly past the pres- sure point: the sunroof moves auto- matically.
43 Manual operation In the event of an electrical malfunction, you can also operate the glass sunroof manually 1. Remove the interior lamp, then reach into the exposed opening and press out the cover 2. Use the Allen key from the onboard tool kit, refer to page 142 , to turn the glass sunroof in the desired direc- tion.
44 To adjust Safe seating position For driving that is relaxed and less likely to cause fatigue, you should select a sitting position that reflects your per- sonal requirements. In combination with the safety belts and airbags, the correct seating position also plays an important role in enhancing occupant safety in the event of an accident.
45 Seats When adjusting your seat, always observe the following precautions Never try to adjust your seat while operating the vehicle. The seat could respond with unexpected move- ment, and the ensuing loss of vehicle control could lead to an accident.
46 BMW sport seat* adjustment You can also adjust the tilt angle and the thigh support: 1 To raise: Pull the lever repeatedly, continuing until the seat is at the desired tilt angle 2 To lower: Push t.
47 Power seat adjustment* Seat adjustment 1 Tilt angle 2 Backward/forward adjustment 3 Cushion height 4 Backrest angle The head restraint is adjusted manually, refer to page 48 . The thigh support and the head restraint are adjusted manually, refer to pages 46 , 48 .
48 Head restraints To adjust To adjust height: pull the head restraint up or push it down. Press button – see arrow 1 – to retract to the lowest position.
49 The rear belt buckle with the word CENTER is intended exclusively for the passenger sitting in the mid- dle. < Adjusting safety belt height Use the height adjustment mechanism to adapt the shoulder strap to the ideal level for your own body: > Slide the button up or down.
50 Seat and mirror memory* You can store as many as three differ- ent driver's seat and mirror adjustment settings into the system for later selec- tion. Memory will not retain the adjust- ment made to the lumbar sup- port. < To store 1. In ignition key position 1 or 2 2.
51 Passenger-side exterior mirror tilt function Automatic curb monitor * 1. Set the mirror selection switch 1 to the driver's door mirror position 2.
52 Steering wheel To adjust Never attempt to adjust the steer- ing wheel while driving the vehicle – it could respond with unexpected movement, posing a potential accident hazard. < 1. Fold down the detent lever 2. Adjust steering column reach and height for your selected seating posi- tion 3.
53 Interior rearview mirror To reduce glare from vehicles behind you when you are driving at night, tilt the mirror by turning the knob. Vehicles not equipped with an alarm system: Fold the small lever forward.
54 Passenger safety systems Airbags 1 Front airbags on the driver and pas- senger sides 2 Head airbags for driver and front pas- senger 3 Side airbags on the driver and pas- senger sides – front and.
55 At all times, occupants should sit upright and be properly restrained – infants and small children in appropri- ate child-restraint systems; larger chil- dren and adults using the safety belts. Never let an occupant's head rest near or on a side airbag because the inflating airbag could cause a serious or fatal injury.
56 This is the right way a larger child should sit wearing the seat belt when rear side airbags are provided. Indicator lamp The indicator lamp indicates the operational status of the airbag system with the ignition key in position 1 or higher.
57 Transporting children safely Commercially available child-restraint systems are designed to be secured with a lap belt or with the lap belt por- tion of a combination lap/shoulder belt. Improperly or inadequately installed restraint systems can increase the risk of injury to children.
58 Before installing any child- restraint device or child seat, please read the following: Never install a rearward-facing child- restraint system in the front passenger seat of this vehicle. Your vehicle is equipped with an airbag supplemental restraint system for the front passenger.
59 The belt cannot be extracted further. Always observe the installation instruc- tions provided by the manufacturer of the child-restraint system. To unlock the safety belt Release the safety belt, remove the child seat and retract the safety belt to its end position on the belt retractor.
60 Child safety locks Slide down the safety lever on the rear door: The door can now be opened from the outside only. Transporting children safely Online Edition for Part-No.
61 Vehicle Memory, Key Memory How the system functions No doubt you have often reflected on how great it would be if you could per- manently configure your vehicle's vari- ous features and adjustments to mirror your own personal preferences.
62 > Determines how far the passenger mirror will tilt, refer to Automatic curb monitor, page 51 . Vehicle Memory, Key Memory Online Edition for Part-No.
63 Driving Ignition lock Ignition key positions 0 Steering locked 1 Steering unlocked 2 Ignition switched on 3 Starting engine Vehicles with automatic transmis- sion: Do not move the selector lever from position P until the engine is running, ignition key position 2.
64 If the engine does not start on the first attempt – if it is very hot or cold, for instance: > Press the accelerator pedal halfway down while engaging the starter.
65 Switching off the engine You should never remove the igni- tion key when the vehicle is in motion, as the steering lock could engage. When you leave the vehicle, always remove the ignition key and engage the steering lock. Always engage the parking brake when parking on downhill roads.
66 If exceptional circumstances make it necessary to engage the parking brake while the vehicle is in motion, do not pull it with excessive pressure. Keep your thumb pressed against the release button while care- fully pulling the lever up. Excessive pressure can lead to over- braking and loss of traction – fishtailing – at the rear axle.
67 Sequential manual gearbox SMG* The concept The sequential manual gearbox SMG is an automated manual gearbox with which clutching and shifting is assumed by an electro-hydraulic system. The SMG is operated via the selector lever in the center console and two shift paddles on the steering wheel.
68 R Reverse Select only when the vehicle is station- ary. N Neutral Always engage before starting the engine, refer to Starting the engine on page 64 . Sequential mode Each time the engine is started, the sequential mode is activated as soon as you move the selector lever into the for- ward driving position while the brake is depressed.
69 instance, downshifts that would result in excessive engine speed can- not be executed > When you brake the car to a stop, the transmission automatically shifts down to first gear > As speed d.
70 Sport program You can choose between two driving programs: smoothly dynamic or Sport. With the Sport program, gearshifts are faster in sequential mode and the shift points are adapted in drive mode. To activate the Sport program: press the SPORT button.
71 Automatic transmission with Steptronic* You can drive as with a normal auto- matic transmission. In addition, you can also shift manually. When you move the selector lever from the D position to the left into the M/S range, the performance-oriented shift programs of the automatic transmission are engaged.
72 D Drive – automatic shift program This position is designed for driving under all normal operating conditions. All forward gears are available. Kickdown In the kickdown mode, you achieve maximum acceleration and top speed in position D. Depress the accelerator pedal past the increased resistance point at the full- throttle position.
73 Available displays P R N D SD M1 M2 M3 M4 M5 Electronic transmission control module If the indicator lamp comes on, there is a malfunction in the transmission system. Bring the vehicle to a stop. Move the transmission selector lever to P. Set the parking brake and turn the engine off – ignition key to position 0.
74 Turn signal indicator/Headlamp flasher 1 High beams – blue indicator lamp 2 Headlamp flasher – blue indicator lamp 3 Turn signal indicator – green indicator lamps accompanied by a periodic clicking sound from the relay To signal briefly Press the lever up to but not beyond the resistance point.
75 Washer/wiper system/Rain sensor* 0 Wipers retracted 1 Intermittent operation or rain sensor 2 Normal wiper speed 3 Fast wiper speed 4 Brief wipe 5 Rotary dial for control of the wipe interval or the sensitivity of the rain sensor Intermittent mode Not on vehicles with rain sensor.
76 Cleaning windshield and headlamps* 0 Wipers retracted 1 Clean windshield and headlamps 2 Rear window wiper intermittent mode 3 Clean the rear window Do not use the washers if there is any danger that the fluid will freeze on the windshield, as your vision could be obscured.
77 Cruise control* Starting at about 20 mph / 30 km/h, you can maintain and store any vehicle speed that you specify. The cruise control is operational when- ever the engine is running and the sys- tem has been activated. To activate the system In ignition key position 2: press the but- ton in the steering wheel.
78 To recall the stored setting Press button: The vehicle accelerates to and main- tains the last speed stored. Cruise control* Online Edition for Part-No.
79 Everything under control Odometer 1 Odometer 2 Trip odometer Odometer You can activate the displays shown in the illustration with the ignition key in position 0 by pressing the left button in the instrument cluster. Trip odometer To reset the trip odometer to zero, press the left button with the ignition key in position 1 or higher.
80 Fuel gauge Once the indicator lamp stays on con- tinuously, there are still approx. 2 gallons/8 liters of fuel in the fuel tank. Fuel tank capacity approx. 16.6 gallons/63 liters Certain operating conditions, such as those encountered in mountainous areas, may cause the needle to fluctu- ate slightly.
81 Service interval display Remaining distance to service The displays shown in the illustration appear for a few seconds when the ignition key is in position 1 or higher or after the engine is started.
82 Clock If you wish to have a permanent time display, you can make this setting in the radio display, refer to the Owner's Man- ual for Radio. You can set the clock and the time dis- play in the car radio as follows. Setting Before the clock can be set, the time must be showing in the instrument cluster display.
83 Computer* Mode selection With the ignition key in position 1 or higher, you can call up information from the computer using the button in the turn signal lever. By pressing the button briefly toward the steering column, you can call up a new function for display.
84 Average fuel consumption If you continue to hold the button on the turn signal lever, the average fuel con- sumption last displayed is recalculated from that point in time. If you wish, you can have the aver- age fuel consumption displayed in a different unit of measure.
85 Technology for safety and driving convenience Park Distance Control (PDC)* The concept PDC assists you when you back into a parking space. Acoustic signals alert you to the momentary distance to an object behind your vehicle. The system features four ultrasonic sensors mounted in your rear bumper.
86 Dynamic Stability Control (DSC) The concept DSC maintains vehicle stability, even in critical driving situations. DSC is operational every time you start the engine. DSC incorporates the Dynamic Traction Control (DTC) and Cornering Brake Control (CBC) functions.
87 Deactivating the DSC and the DTC Hold the DSC button down for at least 3 seconds. The indicator lamp and the yellow brake warning lamp will remain on continuously. The systems for enhancing stability and traction are deactivated, and there is no active braking intervention or torque control.
88 Dynamic Stability Control (DSC) – 325xi The concept DSC maintains vehicle stability, even in critical driving situations. DSC is operational every time you start the engine. DSC incorporates the Automatic Differ- ential Brake (ADB-X) and Cornering Brake Control (CBC) functions.
89 Reactivating the DSC Press the button again; the indicator lamp goes out. The laws of physics cannot be repealed, even with DSC. It will always be the driver's responsibility to drive in a manner that matches road conditions. This is why you should not use the additional safety margin the system provides as an excuse to take risks.
90 Hill Descent Control (HDC)* The concept By reducing the vehicle's speed on steep downhill stretches, HDC main- tains predictable vehicle handling response to provide you with control of your BMW during extreme descents. The vehicle slows to a pace just slightly faster than walking speed.
91 Flat Tire Monitor* The concept As you drive, the Flat Tire Monitor keeps track of pressure levels in all four tires. The system alerts you whenever the inflation pressure of a tire falls sig- nificantly below the pressure of another tire.
92 When driving with snow chains or a space-saver spare tire, do not initialize the system. < Flat tire The indicator lamp in the instru- ment cluster lights up red. This visual alert is accompanied by an acoustic warning signal. 1. Carefully reduce speed and come to a stop.
93 Lamps Parking lamps/Low beams Parking lamps The front, rear and side vehicle lighting is switched on. You can use the parking lamps to signal the position of the vehicle when it is parked. For lighting on one side for parking as an additional feature, refer to page 94 .
94 Instrument lighting Turn the rotary dial to adjust the illumi- nation intensity. High beams/Standing lamps 1 High beams – blue indicator lamp 2 Headlamp flasher – blue indicator lamp 3 Standing.
95 Fog lamps* Front fog lamps The green indicator lamp in the instrument cluster lights up to indicate that the front fog lamps are on. If the automatic headlight control is on, the low beams will come on automatically whenever you activate the front fog lamps.
96 Controlling the climate for pleasant driving Air conditioning Online Edition for Part-No. 01 41 0 157 605 - © 09/03 BMW AG.
97 1 Air onto the windshield and the side windows 2 Air for the upper body area 99 3 Air to the footwell 4 Air supply/Blower 98 5 Temperature 98 6 Air distribution 98 7 Rear window defroster 98 8 Air conditioning 98 9 Outside air/Recirculated-air mode 98 Air conditioning Overview Controls Maintenance Repairs Data Index Online Edition for Part-No.
98 Air supply/Blower You can select blower speeds from 1 to 4. The heating and ventilation become more and more effective as the air sup- ply settings are increased. In position 0, the blower and the heater are switched off. The outside air supply is blocked in position 0.
99 Draft-free ventilation You can adjust the blower controls for the upper body area to obtain the opti- mum airflow rates and directions for your personal requirements: 1 Rotary dials for infinitely .
100 Automatic climate control* Online Edition for Part-No. 01 41 0 157 605 - © 09/03 BMW AG.
101 1 Air onto the windshield and the side windows 2 Air for the upper body area 103 3 Air to the footwell 103 4 Air inlet for interior temperature sensor – please keep clear and unobstructed 5 Outs.
102 Tips for pleasant driving Use the automatic mode by pressing AUTO button 6. Select an interior tem- perature that is comfortable for you. Detailed setting options are described for you in the following section.
103 Outside air/Automatic recirculated-air control (AUC)/ Recirculated air You can respond to unpleasant external odors or pollutants by temporarily stopping the flow of outside air. The system then recirculates the air currently within the vehicle. Press the button repeatedly to select one of three different operating modes.
104 Microfilter/activated-charcoal filter The built-in microfilter removes dust and pollen from the incoming air. The activated-charcoal filter provides addi- tional protection by filtering gaseous pollutants from the outside air. Your BMW center replaces this combined fil- ter as a standard part of your scheduled maintenance.
105 Interior conveniences Premium sound system* Harman Kardon premium sound system Press the button to activate and deacti- vate the acoustic enhancement. The system creates the acoustic impression of a much larger passenger compartment accompanied by improved stereophonic sound at all seating positions.
106 If – for example for valet parking – you turn over only your spare key, refer to page 30 , then access to the locked glove compartment is not possi- ble. < Rechargeable flashlight The flashlight is located on the left side of the glove compartment.
107 Rear center armrest The rear center armrest includes a stor- age compartment, a beverage holder and a litter bag holder. 1 Storage compartment: pull up 2 Beverage holder: press Storage package* Fo.
108 Ashtray, front* To empty Press on the edge of the open cover: the ashtray moves up and can be removed. Cigarette lighter Hold or touch the hot cigarette lighter by the knob only. Holding or touching it in other areas could result in burns. The cigarette lighter remains opera- tional when the ignition key has been removed.
109 Socket A fold-out power socket – 12 volts – is located in the cargo area. Overview Controls Maintenance Repairs Data Index Online Edition for Part-No.
110 Loading and transporting Ski bag* The ski bag allows the safe and clean transport of up to 4 pairs of standard skis or up to two snowboards. The length of the ski bag and the addi- tional space provided in the cargo area make it possible to carry skis up to 6 ft 10 in / 2.
111 Cargo area Folding rear backrest Reach into the recess and pull forward. When you fold back the backrest, be sure that the catch engages securely. The red warning indicator in the recess disappears when the retainer is locked.
112 To remove cargo cover and partition net 1. Press the buttons on the sides – see arrow 1 2. Extract the case by pulling to the rear – see arrow 2.
113 Lifting the floor panel 1. Lift up the floor panel slightly at loop 1 2. Release the loop end from the under- side of the floor panel 3. Hook the loop end with the tab onto the rubber weather-stripping. Before folding the floor panel back down, attach the loop end to the holder on the underside of the floor panel.
114 Determining the maximum load 1. Locate the following statement on your vehicle‘s placard * : The combined weight of occu- pants and cargo should never exceed XXX kg or YYY lbs., as this could otherwise result in damage to the vehicle or unstable driving conditions.
115 > For very heavy loads when the rear seat is not occupied, secure each safety belt in the opposite buckle. Securing cargo > Small and light luggage and cargo can be secured with the aid of flexi- ble straps or a luggage compartment net * , refer to page 37 > For large, heavy pieces, see your BMW center for load-securing devices * .
116 Roof-mounted luggage rack* A special roof-rack system is available as an optional extra for your BMW. Please observe the precautions included with the installation instruc- tions. Anchorages Access to the anchorages: To fold up the covers, please use the tool provided with the roof-rack system.
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120 Special operating instructions Break-in procedures To ensure that your vehicle provides maximum economy throughout a long service life, we request that you observe the following suggestions.
121 General driving notes Brakes: do not rest your foot on the brake pedal while driving. Even light but consistent pedal pres- sure can lead to high temperatures, brake wear and possibly even brake failure. Hydroplaning: when driving on wet or slushy roads, reduce road speed.
122 Brake system Brake fluid level Low brake fluid level in the reservoir combined with longer than usual pedal travel may indicate a defect in one of the brake system's hydraulic circuits.
123 Portable phone in the vehicle BMW recommends using mobile com- munications devices, e.g. portable phones, inside the vehicle with a suit- able outside antenna. Otherwise, it can- not be ruled out that the vehicle elec- tronics and portable phone may interfere with each other.
124 Wheels and tires Tire inflation pressure Information for your safety The factory-approved tires are matched to your vehicle and have been selected to provide optimum safety and driving comfort when used properly.
125 Do not drive on a deflated – flat – tire unless your vehicle is equipped with Run Flat tires. A flat tire greatly impairs steering and braking response, and can lead to complete loss of control over the vehicle. Avoid overloading the vehicle so that the permitted load on the tires is not exceeded.
126 Sustained high temperature can cause the material of the tire to degenerate and reduce tire life, and excessive tem- perature can lead to sudden tire failure. The grade C corresponds to a level of performance which all passenger car tires must meet under the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard No.
127 Wheel and tire combinations The right choice BMW recommends using only wheels and tires that have been approved by BMW for your particular vehicle model, as otherwise body con- tact and serious accidents can result despite the use of the same nominal size, e.
128 the tire sidewall, refer to Changing a wheel. In this case, use only Run Flat winter tires, since no spare tire is pro- vided in the event of a flat tire.
129 In the engine compartment Hood To release Pull the lever located under the left- hand side of the instrument panel. Do not attempt to service your vehicle if you do not have the required technical background.
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131 1 Brake fluid reservoir 135 2 Dipstick, engine oil 132 3 Coolant expansion tank 134 4 Reservoir for the headlamp and windshield washer system 132 5 Engine oil filler neck 132 6 Auxiliary terminal for jump- starting 153 Engine compartment essentials Overview Controls Maintenance Repairs Data Index Online Edition for Part-No.
132 Washer fluids Headlamp* and windshield washer system Capacity approx. 5.6 US quarts/5.3 liters. Fill with water and, if required, with a washer antifreeze additive according to manufacturer's recommendations. We recommend that you mix the washer fluid before adding it to the reservoir.
133 The oil volume between the two marks on the dipstick corresponds to approx. 1.1 US quarts/1 liter. Do not fill beyond the upper mark on the dipstick. Excess oil will damage the engine. Adding engine oil Only add engine oil when the oil level has dropped to just above the lower mark on the dipstick.
134 Ask your BMW center for details concerning the specific BMW High Performance Synthetic Oil or syn- thetic oils that have been approved. < You can also call BMW of North Amer- ica toll-free at 1-800-831-1117 or visit this website: www.bmwusa.com to obtain this information.
135 Brake fluid Indicator lamp The brake warning lamp comes on when the parking brake is not engaged: the brake fluid level is too low, refer to page 18 . Brake warning lamp for Cana- dian models. Adding brake fluid For adding brake fluid or for determin- ing and correcting the cause of brake fluid loss, consult your BMW center.
136 Maintenance The BMW Maintenance System The BMW Maintenance System has been designed as a reliable means of providing maximum driving and operat- ing safety – and as cost-effectively as possible for you.
137 Have your BMW center perform maintenance and repair. Be sure that all maintenance work is recorded in the Service and Warranty Information Booklet for US models, or in the Warranty and Service Guide Booklet for Canadian models.
138 Laws and regulations California Proposition 65 warning California laws require us to state the following warning: Engine exhaust and a wide variety of automobile components and parts, including co.
139 engine misfiring for even a short period of time can seriously damage emission control system components, especially the catalytic converter. SERVICE ENGINE SOON warn- ing lamp for Canadian models. If the gas cap is not on tight enough, the OBD system can detect leaking vapor and the indicator will light up.
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142 Replacement procedures Onboard tool kit The onboard tool kit is located beneath the floor panel in the cargo area. For information on raising the floor panel, refer to page 113 . Windshield wiper blades Windshield 1. Switch off the engine 2. Fold the wiper arm completely out from the windshield 3.
143 Lamps and bulbs The lamps and bulbs make essential contributions to the safety of your vehi- cle. Therefore, proceed carefully when handling bulbs. BMW recommends that you have such work performed by your BMW center if you are not familiar with the procedures.
144 Parking lamps 5 watt bulb Engine compartment, left side: 1. Turn the bulb holder to the left and remove 2. Remove and replace the bulb. Front turn signal indicators 21 watt bulb 1. Extend a screwdriver through the upper opening and loosen the screw, continuing until you can extract the bulb by removing it from the front 2.
145 Side turn signal indicators 5 watt bulb 1. Press the back edge of the lamp toward the front with the tip of your finger and remove 2. Apply gentle pressure to the bulb while turning it to the left to remove.
146 Bulbs in tailgate: 1. Insert a screwdriver in the recess – see arrow – and press down to release the assembly 2. Fold the trim panel down, release the bulb holder and remove 3. Applying light pressure, turn the bulb to the left. Remove and replace the bulb 4.
147 Tailgate lamp 5 watt bulb 1. Pull out the bulb socket 2. Replace the bulb. Changing a wheel Safety precautions in the event of a flat tire or wheel change: Stop the vehicle as far as possible from passing traffic. Park on a firm, flat, sur- face. Switch on the hazard warning flashers.
148 What you will need In order to avoid rattling noises later, note the position of the tools when you remove them and return them to their original position when you are done using them. > Jack 1 Open the left side cover and remove. Fold up the floor panel, lift away the spare tire cover, and screw off the red wing nut.
149 5. Position the jack at the jacking point closest to the flat tire with the jack base vertically below the jack- ing point. The entire surface of the head of the jack moves into the square recess of the jacking point – refer to the detail in the next illus- tration – when the jack is cranked 6.
150 Do not attempt to install the full wheel cover on the space-saver spare tire, since this could damage the cover. < The vehicle jack is designed for changing wheels only. Do not attempt to raise another vehicle model with it or to raise any other type of load.
151 Driving with a damaged tire Depending on the cargo load, Run Flat tires allow you to continue driving at a maximum speed of 50 mph / 80 km/h. If there is a total loss of tire inflation pres- sure,.
152 Giving and receiving assistance Receiving assistance The BMW Group's Mobile Service offers you 24-hour assistance in the event of a breakdown, even on week- ends and holidays. The telephone numbers of the Mobile Service control center in your country are listed in the BMW Dealer Directory.
153 Jump-starting When your battery is discharged, you can use two jumper cables to start your vehicle with power from the battery in a second vehicle. You can also use the same method to help start another vehicle. Only use jumper cables with fully insulated handles on the terminal clamps.
154 2. Start the engine of the other vehicle as usual. If the first start attempt is not suc- cessful, wait a few minutes before another attempt in order to allow the discharged battery to recharge 3. Allow the engines to run for several minutes 4. Disconnect the jumper cables in reverse sequence.
155 Towing the vehicle with the front axle raised Vehicles with automatic transmission: 1. Towing speed: maximum 45 mph / 70 km/h 2. Towing distance: maximum 90 miles/150 km. Vehicles with sequential manual gear- box SMG: While the ignition is on, move the selec- tor lever to position N, then turn off the ignition.
156 Rear: Press out the cover panel with a screw- driver inserted in the recess at the top. Use only the towing eyelet sup- plied with the vehicle and screw it in firmly until it stops. Use the towing eyelet for towing on paved roads only. If you do not follow these instructions, the towing eyelet could be torn out and vehicle damage could occur.
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160 Engine data 325i, 325xi Displacement Number of cylinders cu in/cm 3 152.2/2,494 6 Maximum power output at engine speed hp rpm 184 6,000 Maximum torque at engine speed lb ft/Nm rpm 175/237 3,500 Compression ratio ε 10.5 Stroke Bore in/mm in/mm 2.95/75 3.
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162 Weights 325i 325xi Curb weight with manual transmission/SMG with automatic transmission lbs/kg lbs/kg 3,362/1,525 3,450/1,565 3,594/1,630 3,627/1,645 Approved gross vehicle weight with manual tran.
163 Capacities Notes Fuel tank Reserve gal./liters gal./liters approx. 16.6/63 approx. 2.1/8 Fuel specification, refer to page 25 Windshield/ Headlamp washer reservoir front Rear window washer reservoir quarts/liters quarts/liters approx. 5.6/5.3 approx.
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Everything from A to Z A ABS Antilock Brake System 121 indicator lamp 18 Acceleration assistant 70 Accessories, refer to For your own safety 5 Accident, refer to Emer- gency call 152 Activated-charcoa.
Everything from A to Z 167 Belts, refer to Safety belts 48 Beverage holders 106 , 107 Blower air conditioning 98 automatic climate control 102 BMW High Performance Synthetic Oils 133 BMW Maintenance S.
Everything from A to Z Cleaning light alloy wheels, refer to the Caring for your vehicle brochure Cleaning the vehicle, refer to the Caring for your vehicle brochure Cleaning windshield 76 Clock 82 12.
Everything from A to Z 169 Disposal oil 133 vehicle battery 151 Distance warning, refer to Park Distance Control (PDC) 85 Door key 30 Door lock 34 Doors emergency operation 34 Draft-free ventilation 9.
Everything from A to Z Fog lamps 95 indicator/warning lamp 20 Folding rear backrest 111 Follow me home lamps 93 Footbrake, refer to General driving notes 121 Front airbags 54 Front center armrest 106 .
Everything from A to Z 171 Ignition lock 63 Imprint 4 Indicator lamps 18 Indicator/warning lamp airbags 18 alarm system 38 brakes 18 , 19 Check Gas Cap 19 coolant 19 , 80 DSC 19 Flat Tire Monitor 18 ,.
Everything from A to Z Making telephone calls, refer to the telephone Owner's Manual Malfunction door lock 34 fuel filler door 24 Malfunction displays 81 Manual operation door lock 34 driver&apos.
Everything from A to Z 173 Parts and accessories, refer to Your individual vehicle 5 Passenger-side exterior mir- ror tilt function 51 PDC Park Distance Control 85 Pinch protection glass sunroof 42 Pl.
Everything from A to Z Seat heating 51 Seat memory, refer to Seat and mirror memory 50 Seat positions, storing 50 Seats 45 Securing cargo 115 Securing the vehicle from inside 35 from outside 31 , 34 S.
Everything from A to Z 175 Tailgate lamp bulb replacement 147 Tank capacity, refer to Fuel tank capacity 163 Tank indicator, refer to Fuel gauge 80 Technical data 160 Technical modifications 5 Technic.
Everything from A to Z Trunk lid, refer to Tailgate 35 Trunk lighting, refer to cargo area lighting 35 Trunk, refer to Cargo area Turn signal indicator 74 bulb replacement 144 indicator lamp 20 Turn s.
Refueling To ensure that you always have conve- nient access to all essential information when you stop for fuel, we recommend that you fill out the adjoining chart by entering the data that apply to your vehicle. Consult the index for individual specifications.
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Un point important après l'achat de l'appareil (ou même avant l'achat) est de lire le manuel d'utilisation. Nous devons le faire pour quelques raisons simples:
Si vous n'avez pas encore acheté BMW 325i Sports Wagon (2005) c'est un bon moment pour vous familiariser avec les données de base sur le produit. Consulter d'abord les pages initiales du manuel d'utilisation, que vous trouverez ci-dessus. Vous devriez y trouver les données techniques les plus importants du BMW 325i Sports Wagon (2005) - de cette manière, vous pouvez vérifier si l'équipement répond à vos besoins. Explorant les pages suivantes du manuel d'utilisation BMW 325i Sports Wagon (2005), vous apprendrez toutes les caractéristiques du produit et des informations sur son fonctionnement. Les informations sur le BMW 325i Sports Wagon (2005) va certainement vous aider à prendre une décision concernant l'achat.
Dans une situation où vous avez déjà le BMW 325i Sports Wagon (2005), mais vous avez pas encore lu le manuel d'utilisation, vous devez le faire pour les raisons décrites ci-dessus,. Vous saurez alors si vous avez correctement utilisé les fonctions disponibles, et si vous avez commis des erreurs qui peuvent réduire la durée de vie du BMW 325i Sports Wagon (2005).
Cependant, l'un des rôles les plus importants pour l'utilisateur joués par les manuels d'utilisateur est d'aider à résoudre les problèmes concernant le BMW 325i Sports Wagon (2005). Presque toujours, vous y trouverez Troubleshooting, soit les pannes et les défaillances les plus fréquentes de l'apparei BMW 325i Sports Wagon (2005) ainsi que les instructions sur la façon de les résoudre. Même si vous ne parvenez pas à résoudre le problème, le manuel d‘utilisation va vous montrer le chemin d'une nouvelle procédure – le contact avec le centre de service à la clientèle ou le service le plus proche.