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follow up from yesterdays comment - I now have to get a new Transfer case.....will be at dealer probably till next week.Report it
thanks for the review. i'm looking to get my very first luxury car, and the 5-series was on the top of that list. I need to rethink things now.Report it
I had to get rid of my 2011 535i xDrive because of all the electrical problems and the same messages, messages that BMW related to "low voltage" and that I don't drive the vehicle enough. Some of the "won't start if shut off" and "differential failure" warnings came on after 150 mile trips so how could the battery be low. No rafdio or AC or any excessive accessory use either. Those with 2011 vehicles should check out their dash display and note that if it shows "BMW ASSIST" as one of the functions, you have 2010 programming and software. The correct display should be "CONNECTED DRIVE" and is for the 2011 model. (The owners manuals provided for most of the 2011's were for the 2011 model as well...check out the 2011 manual on line!) I believe that was my main problem that my vehicle was shipped with 2010 software and when it required reprogramming the faults never corrected themselves. No more BMW's. Three good ones don't offset a 20K loss on a dismal failure.Report it
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