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2005 BMW E46 3-Series Control Arm Replacement
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In this video we'll show you how to replace the control arms and bushings
in a BMW E46. This job is also similar to other cars in the 3-series
lineup, including the E36.
BMW E46 330d on max speed ( unplugged ) :-)
The result of a discussion, how fast a series E46 330d can go.
The car reached a speed of 256 (GPS ).
One can see on the consumption indicator, that the car is limited to
250km/h ( +x ). The steering unit stops the supply of diesel.
How To Recharge Your BMW 3 Series AC System BMW E46 1998 - 2006
Recharging The A/c System
CAUTION: The high side of the A/C system is under considerable pressure. If
a can of refrigerant is connected to the high side service fitting, it may
explode! The system must therefore be recharged by using the low side
service fitting only. If you are not sure which fittings are which, do not
attempt to recharge your air conditioner yourself. Wear eye protection and
avoid direct contact with the refrigerant as it can cause frostbite on bare
The basic recharging procedure goes as follows:
1. Identify the low side service fitting.
2. Determine the type of refrigerant required by the system. On most 1993
and older vehicles, this would be R12. On most 1994 and newer vehicles, it
would be R134a.
CAUTION: R12 and R134a refrigerants are incompatible and must not be
intermixed. Use the type of refrigerant required for your A/C system only.
On most 1993 and newer vehicles, there's an identification decal or sticker
that tells what kind of refrigerant is required. Also, the size and design
of R134a and R12 service fittings are different to avoid
3. Connect a can of refrigerant to a gauge set or recharging hose and valve
set. Follow the equipment supplier's directions for making the connections.
4. Open the valve momentarily on the gauge set or hose to blow all air out
of the line (this is necessary to keep from introducing air and moisture
into your A/C system).
5. Connect the gauge set or hose to the low side A/C service fitting on the
vehicle. This is usually located near the receiver/drier or accumulator, or
suction side of the compressor.
6. CAUTION: Make sure the can of refrigerant is held in the upright
position so only vapor enters the line. Do not tip the can sideways or
upside down as doing so will allow liquid to enter the low pressure side of
the A/C system (This may cause damage to the A/C compressor). Also, never
heat the can to make it empty faster as doing so may cause the can to
7. Start the engine and turn the A/C system on high. The compressor should
be engaged or cycling on and off (it may be necessary to jump the
compressor clutch directly to the battery if the system is extremely low on
refrigerant to keep it engaged). Compressor suction will pull refrigerant
vapor into the system and slowly empty the can. This can take up to 10
minutes or more, so don't be anxious.
8. When the can is empty, disconnect the charging hose from the service
fitting. Use care when disconnecting the "empty" can from the gauge set or
charging hose as it may contain some residual refrigerant.
9. Add additional cans of refrigerant as needed until the system is
CAUTION: The most common mistake made by do-it-yourselfers is overcharging.
Too much refrigerant can reduce cooling efficiency just the same as too
little refrigerant. To work properly, the A/C system needs just the right
amount. Always refer to the system capacity specs in a shop manual or other
source to determine how much refrigerant is required. System capacities are
specified in ounces. One can of refrigerant equals about 14 oz. Usually
three to four cans is enough to fully recharge a typical passenger car A/C
system that was empty. If the system is low, one or two cans of refrigerant
are usually all that's required.
BMW E46 DIY Angel Eye Installation
For those who were interested in the Bmw E46 angel eye conversion this is
the video i did on the one kit that I had purchased. the light of kit is
actually really nice however the connections that they give you are crap as
I had to tape them together to make them work otherwise they will come
apart and the lights will stop working.
Music used in video is royalty free and the song "death battle" can be
downloaded at the following link Royalty Free Music by
Sound Effects by http://audiomicro.com/sound-effects
BMW Dynamic Stability Control Overview
Dynamic Stability Control is an innovative technology that combines the
functions of traction control, braking enhancement, and cornering
stabilization. DSC sensors continually monitor cornering-steering angle,
transverse acceleration, yaw, wheel speed and brake pressure to instantly
detect and correct loss of wheel traction due to slick spots, nasty
weather, or emergency maneuvers. DSC helps you stay in control under all
conditions, in any situation.
Removing BMW Door Panel & Replacing Window Regulator
Is your BMW's window not operating properly? In this detailed video,
Bavarian Otto shows you -- step by step -- how to remove the door panel and
window, and how to replace a faulty or broken window regulator, saving you
hundreds of dollars over what a dealer would charge for the repair. You can
find the BMW window regulator you need at http://www.bavauto.com/
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