1995 BMW 530i Repair and Maintenance

A guide to problems, costs, maintenance and repair for your 1995 BMW 530i

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1995 BMW 530i Problems

Loosness in the Front Suspension Due to Worn Tension Strut Bushings

The front thrust rod bushingsalso referred to as tension strut bushingsare known to fail occasionally. The oil-filled rubber mounts weaken and crack over time, causing a mushy road feel and shuddering in the steering wheel when going over bumps. These worn bushings should be replaced.

Multiple Parts May be Recommended to Correct Coolant Loss

Leaks are known to develop in the cooling system. It is common to see more than one part recommended for repair/replacement due to overlapping labor and the use of many plastic parts in the system.

Engine Oil Leaks

Engine oil leaks commonly develop from both valve cover gaskets, intake manifold, and PCV plate after about 60,000 miles.

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1995 BMW 530i Questions

I have changed the key barrel in my car now it wont start (2 answers)

I get all the dash lights the radio etc but the key will just not Start the ignition.
i don't have an automatic key (press Button)
my car is Auto and I love her but cant drive her
Please help.

im not getting fire to the fuel pump car wont start dont know what to do (2 answers)

i have change fuel pump fuel pump relay crank position sensor what to do

Can anyone tell me which one is the fuel pump relay in the fuse box or anywhere? (1 answer)

Is the fuel pump relay located inside the fuse box or out there somewhere in the engine compartment? If it is inside the fuse box, which one is? is it with four prong or five prong? Anyone has a picture of all the relays inside the fuse box?

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1995 BMW 530i Recalls

Recall 98V178000
VEHICLE DESCRIPTION: PASSENGER VEHICLES. A MALFUNCTION OR FAILURE OF A COOLANT SYSTEM COMPONENT, SUCH AS A THERMOSTAT, WATER PUMP, OR FAN BELT, CAN RESULT IN SIGNIFICANTLY INCREASED COOLANT TEMPERATURE AND SYSTEM PRESSURE. IF THE INDICATIONS OF A CRITICAL OVERHEATING CONDITION IS NOT NOTICED B...
Recall 97V131000
THE CRUISE CONTROL AND THROTTLE CABLES ARE ATTACHED TO THE SAME THROTTLE VALVE ACTUATING LEVER AT THE THROTTLE HOUSING. IT IS POSSIBLE THAT THE PLASTIC BUSHING ON EITHER CABLE COULD BREAK DUE TO ENVIRONMENTAL INFLUENCES COUPLED WITH VIBRATION. IF THE BUSHING BREAKS, THE OUTER CABLE HOUSING CAN ...

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