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ฉันซื้อ 5 Series ราคาถูกมากเมื่อประมาณปีที่แล้ว มันอายุ 10 ปีและวิ่งไปแล้ว 125,000 ไมล์ ฉันใช้เวลาและเงินพอสมควรในการซ่อมแซมสิ่งที่ผิดพลาด ดังนั้นนี่คือคำแนะนำของฉันเกี่ยวกับสิ่งที่ควรมองหาหากคุณคิดจะซื้อด้วยตัวเอง คู่มือนี้อ้างอิงจาก E60 / E61 รุ่น 5 Series แต่คุณอาจพบว่าบางประเด็นมีประโยชน์หากซื้อรถ BMW เว็บไซต์เรียกคืนรถยนต์ในสหราชอาณาจักร:


BMW 5 Series - Top 9 Things To Check Before Buying -  E60 E61 Buyers Guide
BMW 5 Series – Top 9 Things To Check Before Buying – E60 E61 Buyers Guide

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39 thoughts on “BMW 5 Series – Top 9 Things To Check Before Buying – E60 E61 Buyers Guide | ข้อมูลที่สมบูรณ์ที่สุดเกี่ยวกับe61

  1. Keith Monk says:

    Had my 520D from New 14 yrs old. 81,000. No costs other than sensible servicing. Always worried about rear cam chain problems. This is an automatic with no issues. Listen to every year on service. It is used for journeys of over 100m on motorways, brake pads original and still 27,000m to go. Air conditioning has a problem , BMW cannot find the leak. Radio can be weak with interference, earth problem somewhere done all suggested checks but cannot find the problem. Overall this car drives like my new car.

  2. Video Production Company says:

    Great car overall but don't make the same mistake i did… I bought a 2004 525D 177hp with overall good condition but i didn't pay attention to some "small details" which later costed me a lot.. After couple months dead turbo, then steering wheel went hard and that was steering rack… Then thermostats, parking sensors, DPF filter clogged had to remove it, then battery… Overall i bought the car with 6k euroes and i invested another 2k to bring it back to good condition. I think this car requires deep pockets even tho it is 15+years old.

  3. R W says:

    The timing chain recall is for the N47 engine, they are in the LCI models not in pre-LCi. Per LCI=M47tu2.

    And the DPF i would not do my self, all the hassle and shit just to get it some procent better (if u do a flow control test u will see). Its cheap to send it away to a proper shop that does this with correct methods (99% flow after).

  4. R F says:

    I have to add something and that is also well known to happen on the E61. The trunk lid is affected by rust. Thankfully BMW provides a 12 Years guarantee against corrosion, and they will repair that under no cost( at least that happened to me here in Germany).
    Also the 523i are also know for – Injectors failure ( they did a recall on that also) but still, after 5 years are starting to go bad again.
    – NOX Sensor failure
    and there are a couple things that don’t come in mind right now.
    Thanks and drive safe!

  5. MrCourty89 says:

    Just to amend something you said, the only M57 engined car not to have swirl flaps was the 525d LCi (face-lift), all others did, that's why your 525d didn't have them being the 3ltr, the earlier 525d pre lci 2.5ltr M57 had 33mm swirl flaps, pretty much the rest of the M57 range is 33mm with expection of the early pre dpf 530d which had 22mm swirl flaps

  6. Giuseppe says:

    Regarding swirl flaps, my understanding was that only 525d manuals dont have them because of too much low rpms torque for the clutch given by flaps. I also understood from lurking the forums that at a certain stage (2007 onward) bmw started using plastic flaps with a total different design that cannot fail like the old metal ones. Removing them in case of old metal ones definitely can save your engine, but you will suffer less torque at low rpms. This is only based on my understanding. I have a 530d built 09/2008 so I don't think i'll bother in removing flaps. Probably I'll have a check in case I should remove the intake manifold for other reasons. Great vid!

  7. Jørn says:

    Thanks for the hands up buying guide. According to the corrosion the plastic covers may appear as protective but in reality being corrosion traps! Remove them and you will find mud, salt and general road dirt trapped which again holds moisture. Im currently restoring a 2007 mod. BMW 523iA E60 where the chassis now having full focus. The mentioned areas are affected with corrosion and now have to be addressed. Kind regards Jørn from Norway

  8. J D88 says:

    Price-wise these cars are very accessible but the maintenance is not. Things will break, as they would in a any car but the price to play is not for the faint of heart. Moderate mechanical knowledge is a minimum requirement for those things that require turning wrenches, but once you get down to the electronics it's a whole different ball game. Injectors (direct injection engines) need to be recalibrated when, not if , replaced, batteries must be registered when replaced, so ownership of software whether ista, inpa, ncs expert or carly (for basic diagnostics and programming) is a must. The car does not like cheap chinese parts especially vanos solenoids, Injectors, fuel pumps, and coils. This a DIYer's car and a car for someone who drives it to own it because they love it. It's a money pit for those who want toyota reliability and disposability but an investment for those who cherish it.