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You did not say whether there is or is not a check engine light or any "pending" codes. This is very important info that would be helpful. After that, my next suggestion would be to perform a smoke test to identify the source of a vacuum leak.
If you have 50,000 miles or less, the vehicle is under factory warranty (4 years or 50,000 miles) and the repair will be free. If you are over 50,000 miles, you will need to have someone who has the MB software (or a clone) scan it for you. Without a code, it cannot be diagnosed.
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it could be a loose connection either in the wiring inside the clock or somewhere else in the wiring harness
this car uses a battery monitoring module and can very easily damaged if you have jump started you car from another vehicle. you will need a good BMW specialty shop with the proper software to diagnose this for you. the parts stores that offer a free scan will not have this software.
your radio may have a defective volume control or amplifier. try looking up a local shop under "auto radio and stereo repair" they usually can repair these problems.
it's impossible to answer your question until you provide us with the diagnostic codes associated with the check engine light. some parts stores will pull the codes free, but normally will not get into SRS codes. you may need to pay a shop to diagnose this issue. remember, if the SRS light is on, your airbags system is inop, so this is a safety issue.
evacuate system with an EPA approved recovery and recycling machine. once the system has been evacuated, recharge with 35.3 ounces (1 kg) of refrigerant.
this pump is in the right side of the trunk.