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Old 11-19-2009, 06:44 AM   #1 (permalink)
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wont start 530d

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have a 530d 1999 bmw now the battery went dead flat and now i can seem to get her to run i turn the key but nothing no clicks nothing, and help would be great

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Just a thought, maybe a main, central fuseable link needs a look.
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could it be the imobiliser? would a light come on if it was that.
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That's possible. You may wanna look into resetting the controller fob.
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i have tryed the reseting it but no luck just seems wen u turn the key nothink happens at all, anymore ideas
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Check your fuses 1st if they are good, disconnect the batt for 20 mins brown lead only.
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Fuseable link, fuse box, voltage regulator and battery connections... Any result trying jump leads?
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what u mean by fuesable link, the battery has a full charge, all fues are good
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There is a main fusible (misspelled it) link, maybe a look at realoem.com or Google can help you find and check it.
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Ok, do all the dash lights come on...by the way fuseable link is a fuse in the middle of a cable /wire
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would the battery going flat cause the imobiliser to cut in
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all dash lights come on and go off like normal but when you go to fire her up nothink at all
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If the imobilizer had cut in when putting a new battery on it would have re-set itself. so as I asked do you have dash lights and why did the batt go dead in the 1st place ???
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That will leave the starter motor, is the car a manual?? if it is 3rd or 4th gear and give it a rock back and forward a couple of times about 2-3ft.
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im not shor why the battery went flat think i have the heater gremlin, as i said all light on dash do what they normaly do
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