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Сообщения бортового компьютера (E38, E39, E53)

Сообщения бортового компьютера (E38, E39, E53) перевод.

Сообщения бортового компьютера (E38, E39, E53)

После поворота ключа зажигания в положение 2, нажмите кнопку CHECK (правая кнопка на приборке).

На дисплее должно появиться подтверждение:
“CHECK CONTROL OK” (Система автоматической диагностики исправна).

Это значит, что в подконтрольных системах ошибок не выявлено.

Если после нажатия кнопки CHECK на приборки (правая кнопка) выявлено ошибки, то ниже приведено эти ошибки, и что они означают.
Каждый BMW-ст, должен знать их на зубок.

ПЕРЕВОД ОШИБОК СООБЩЕНИЯ БОРТОВОГО КОМПЬЮТЕРА.

Parkbremse losen — отпустите ручник
Bremstlussigkeit prufen — проверить уровень торм. жидкости
Kullwassertemperatur — высокая температура охл. жидкости
Bremslichtelektrik — дефект выключателя светового сигнала тормоза
Niveauregelung — низкий уровень подкачки задних аммортизаторов
Stop! Oldruck Motor — Стоп! Низкое давление масла в двигателе
Kofferaum offen — открыт багажник
Tur-off — открыта дверь
Prufen von: — проверить:
-Bremslicht — сигналы торможения
-Abblendlicht — ближ. свет
-Standlicht — габаритки (пер-е)
-Rucklicht — габаритки (зад-е)
-Nebellicht — противотум. свет перед
-Nebellicht hinten — противотум. свет зад
-Kennzeichenlicht — подсветка номера
-Anhangerlicht — фонари прицепа
-Fernlicht — дальний свет
-Ruckfahrlicht — свет заднего хода
-Getriebe — поломка в электрике АКПП
-Sensor-Olstand — датчик уровня мотор. масла
-Olstand Fetribe — низкий уровень масла АКПП
Check-Control — неисправность в контроллере "чек-контроля"
Oldruck Sensor — датчик давления масла
Getribenotprogramm — отказ управления АКПП
Bremsbelag pruffen — проверить торм. колодки
Waschwasser fullen — залить воду в бочок омывателя
Olstand Motor pruffen — проверить уровень масла в двигателе
Kullwasserstand pruffen — проверить уровень охл. жидкости
Funkschlussel Batterie — батарейки ключа дистанционного управления
ASC — Включен автоконтролер стабилизации движения
Bremslichtelektrik — дефект выключателя светового сигнала тормоза
Prufen von: — Проверить:
Oilstand Getriebe — уровень масла в АКПП
Bremsdruck — низкое давление в тормозной системе

СТЕПЕНЬ ВАЖНОСТИ 1
«Parkbremse losen»
(Снять со стояночного тормоза).
«Kuhlwassertemperatur»
(Температура охлождающей жидкости).
Двигатель перегрет. Следует немедленно остановитьс и заглушить двигатель.
«Stop! Oldruck Motor»
(Стоп! Давление масла в двигателе).
Давление масла ниже нормы. Следует немедленно остановиться и заглушить двигатель.
«Bremsflussigk prufen»
(Проверить уровень тормозной жидкости).
Уровень тормозной жидкости упал практически до минимума. При первой же возможностией следует долить.

Эти неисправности анализируются гонгом и мигающим указательным знаком слева и справа от строки дисплея. При одновременном возникновении нескольких неисправностей, они индицируются последовательно. Сообщения остаются до тех пор, пока не будут устранены неисправности.
Эти сообщения не могут быть погашены клавишей контрольно — сигнального дисплея, расположенного слева внизу от спидометра.

СТЕПЕНЬ ВАЖНОСТИ 2
«Kofferraum offen»
(Багажник открыт).
Сообщение появляется только при первом троганием с места.
«Tur offen»
(Дверь открыта).
Сообщение появляется, как только скорость превысит некоторую незначительную величину.
«Gurt anlegen»
(Наденьте ремень).
Дополнительно горит контрольная лампа с символом ремня.
«Waschwasser fullen»
(Долить омывающую жидкость).
Уровень жидкости слишком низкий, до лейте при первой же возможности.
«Olstand Motor prufen»
(Проверить уровень масла в двигателе).
Уровень масла упал до минимума. При первой возможности доведите уровень до нормы. Пробег до момента долива: не более 50 км.
«Bremslicht prufen»
(Проверить стоп-сигналы).
Перегорела лампа либо возникла неисправность в электроцепи.
«Abblendlicht prufen»
(Проверить ближний свет).
«Standlicht prufen»
(Проверить передние габаритные огни).
«Rucklicht prufen»
(Проверить задние габаритные фонари).
«Nebellicht vo prufen»
(Проверить противотуманные фары).
«Nebellicht hi prufen»
(Проверить задние противотуманные фары).
«Kennzeichenl prufen»
(Проверить фонарь освещения номерного знака).
«Ruckfahrlicht prufen»
(Проверить фонари заднего хода).
Перегорела лампа, либо возникла неисправность в электроцепи.
«Getriebenotprogramm»
(Аварийная программа управления коробкой передач).
Просьба обратиться на ближайшую сервисную станцию BMW.
«Bremsbelag prufen»
(Проверить тормозные колодки).
Обратитесь на сервис BMW для проверки колодок.
«Kuhlwasserst prufen»
(Проверить уровень охлаждающей жидкости).
Уровень жидкости слишком низкий.

Сообщения появляются при повороте ключа в замке зажигания в положении 2 (если имеются неисправности степени важности 1, то они появляются автоматически). После того как сообщения на дисплее гаснут, остаются знаки наличия информации. Если появляется знак (+) — вызовите их нажатием клавиши контрольно — сигнального дисплея, введенные в память сообщения могут гаситься до момента их автоматического стирания; или, наоборот, указываемые знаком наличия информации, сообщения могут, соответственно, вызываться из памяти.

АНГЛИЙСКИЙ ЯЗЫК — РУССКИЙ ЯЗЫК

RELEASE PARKINGBRAKE — Отпустить стояночный тормоз
CHECK BRAKE FLUID — Проверить уровень тормозной жидкости
STOP! ENGINE OILPRESS — Стоп! Низкое давление масла в двигателе
COOLANT TEMPERATURE — Температура охлаждающей жидкости
BOOTLID OPEN — Открыт багажник
DOOR OPEN — Открыта дверь
CHECK BRAKE LIGHTS — Проверить стоп-сигналы
CHECK LOWBEAM LIGHTS — Проверить ближний свет
CHECK TAIL LIGHTS — Проверить свет задних фонарей
CHECK PARK LIGHTS — Проверить габаритный свет
CHECK FRONT FOGLAMP — Проверить свет передних противотуманных фар
CHEK REAR FOGLAMP — Проверить свет задних противотуманных фар
CHECK NUMPLATE LIGHT — Проверить освещение номерных знаков
CHECK TRAILER LIGHTS — Проверить фонари прицепа
CHECK HIGHBEAM LIGHT- Проверить дальний свет
CHECK REVERSE LIGHTS — Проверить фонари заднего хода
TRANS. FAILSAFE PROG — Аварийная программа АКПП
CHECK BRAKE LININGS — Проверить тормозные колодки
WASHER FLUID LOW — Низкий уровень омывающей жидкости. Долить воды в бачок омывателя стекла
CHECK ENGINE OIL LEV — Проверить уровень масла в двигателе
IGNITION KEY BATTERY — Заменить аккумулятор ключа зажигания
CHECK COOLANT LEVEL — Проверить уровень охлаждающей жидкости
LIGHTS ON? — Включен свет?
CHECK STEERING FLUID LEV — Проверить масло гидропривода рулевого управления

TYRE DEFECT — Дефект шины, немедленно сбавьте скорость и остановитесь, не делая резких движений р/колесом
EDC INACTIVE — Система электронной регулировки жесткости амортизаторов не активна
SELFLEVEL SUSP. INACT — Система саморегулирования дорожного просвета неактивна
FUEL INJECT. SYS. — Проверьте инжектор на СТО у Дилера BMW!
SPEED LIMIT — Вы превысили установленный Вами на бортовом компьютере лимит скорости
PRE-HEATING — Не запускайте двигатель, пока не погаснет данная надпись (работает предпусковой подогреватель)
FASTEN SEAT BELTS — Пристегните ремни безопасности
ENGINE FAILSAFE PROG — Аварийная программа двигателя, обратитесь к Дилеру BMW!
SET TYRE PRESSURE — Установите предписанное давление воздуха в шинах
CHECK TYRE PRESSURE — Проверьте давление воздуха в шинах, при необходимости доведите до нормы
TYRE CONTROL INACTIVE — Неисправность в системе контроля давления в шинах, система неактивна
KEY IN IGNITION LOCK — Вы оставили ключ в замке зажигания

BMW Check Engine Light: Causes, Implications, and Solutions

BMW Check Engine Light

The check engine light in your BMW is a crucial component of your vehicle’s onboard diagnostic system. When this amber light, shaped like an engine, illuminates on your dashboard, it can trigger feelings of uncertainty and worry. This guide will demystify the BMW check engine light, delving into its potential causes, implications, and solutions.

Understanding the Check Engine Light

The check engine light is a part of your BMW’s onboard diagnostics (OBD) system. This system is your vehicle’s self-monitoring mechanism, checking various vehicle parts to ensure they’re operating correctly. If the OBD system detects an issue that could adversely affect your vehicle’s emission performance, it triggers the check engine light.

Check Engine Light vs. Service Engine Soon Light

In some BMW models, you might encounter a “Service Engine Soon” light. While it’s easy to confuse this with the check engine light, it’s important to differentiate between the two. The “Service Engine Soon” light typically indicates a scheduled maintenance requirement, such as an oil change or tire rotation.

Common Causes of the BMW Check Engine Light

There are numerous reasons why your BMW’s check engine light may come on, ranging from minor issues to more significant problems.

Loose or Faulty Gas Cap

A loose or faulty gas cap is one of the most common reasons for the check engine light to come on. If the cap is not properly tightened after refueling or if it’s damaged, fuel vapors can escape, causing your vehicle’s fuel system to register a leak and trigger the light.

Faulty Oxygen Sensor

The oxygen sensors in your BMW measure the amount of unburned oxygen in your vehicle’s exhaust system. If a sensor is faulty and not replaced, your BMW can burn more fuel than necessary, leading to reduced fuel economy and increased emissions.

Malfunctioning Catalytic Converter

The catalytic converter is a crucial component of your vehicle’s exhaust system. It reduces harmful pollutants in your vehicle’s exhaust gases. A malfunctioning catalytic converter can result in lower fuel efficiency, reduced performance, and an inability to pass an emission test.

Implications of Ignoring the Check Engine Light

Ignoring your BMW’s check engine light can have serious implications. Minor issues, if not addressed promptly, can escalate into more significant problems that could cause damage to your vehicle and result in expensive repairs.

Decreased Performance and Fuel Efficiency

Ignoring the check engine light can lead to decreased performance and fuel efficiency. A faulty oxygen sensor or a malfunctioning catalytic converter, for example, can result in your vehicle consuming more fuel than necessary.

Potential for More Serious Damage

Ignoring the check engine light can also lead to more serious damage. For example, if a misfire is causing the check engine light to come on and it’s not addressed promptly, it can damage the catalytic converter—one of the most expensive components to replace in a vehicle.

Solutions for BMW Check Engine Light

If your BMW’s check engine light comes on, there are several steps you can take to diagnose and potentially resolve the problem.

Check Your Gas Cap

First, check your gas cap. Ensure it’s properly tightened and not damaged. If the light doesn’t turn off after several trips, it might be time to replace the cap.

Use an OBD II Scanner

An OBD II scanner can help identify the specific issue causing the check engine light to come on. These devices can read the fault code from your vehicle’s computer and provide a starting point for diagnosing the problem. Many auto parts stores will perform this service for free or loan you a scanner to use. Once you have the fault code, you can research the specific issue and determine if it’s something you can fix yourself or if it requires professional attention.

Address the Issue Promptly

If you have identified the cause of the check engine light, it’s important to address the issue promptly. Whether it’s a DIY fix or a trip to your local mechanic, taking action can prevent further damage and help maintain your vehicle’s performance and efficiency.

When to Seek Professional Help

While some issues can be resolved with simple DIY fixes, it’s essential to recognize when professional help is necessary.

Complex Repairs

If the check engine light is indicating a complex repair, such as a malfunctioning catalytic converter or a significant issue with the engine, it’s best to seek the help of a professional mechanic. They have the necessary tools, knowledge, and experience to handle these types of repairs.

Multiple Fault Codes

If your OBD II scanner returns multiple fault codes, it’s a sign that your BMW might have multiple issues that need addressing. In this case, it’s best to consult with a professional mechanic to get a thorough diagnosis and repair.

Recurring Issues

If the check engine light comes back on after you’ve addressed the issue, it’s possible that the problem was not entirely resolved or that there’s an underlying issue that needs further investigation. In this case, a professional mechanic can help you get to the root of the problem.

Preventing Check Engine Light Issues

Mechanic Examine Car

Regular maintenance and proactive care can help prevent many of the issues that trigger the check engine light. Here are some tips to help you keep your BMW running smoothly:

Follow Your Vehicle’s Maintenance Schedule

Your BMW’s owner’s manual outlines the recommended maintenance schedule. Adhering to this schedule can help prevent issues that could trigger the check engine light.

Perform Regular Visual Inspections

Regularly inspect your vehicle’s engine components, such as belts, hoses, and fluids, to identify any signs of wear or damage. Early detection can help prevent more serious issues down the road.

Use Quality Replacement Parts

When replacing parts on your BMW, opt for quality components that meet or exceed the manufacturer’s specifications. Inferior parts may not perform as well, leading to issues that can trigger the check engine light.

Conclusion

The BMW check engine light can be a source of stress and anxiety for many drivers. Understanding its causes, implications, and potential solutions can help alleviate your concerns and ensure your vehicle remains in top condition. Don’t ignore the light, and remember to seek professional help when necessary to keep your BMW running smoothly and efficiently.

BMW Check Engine Light – What Does This Mean?

What Does Fault Code U0001 Mean

Did your BMW check engine light just turn on? This can be one of the most confusing warnings that show up in your dashboard. Why is this? Well, the BMW check engine light offers no explanation as to why this light suddenly turned on. It does not necessarily mean you have a problem with your engine. This will light turn on for many other reasons as well. It could be as serious as a failing transmission or as minor as a loose gas cap.

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It can be very difficult to detect the problem on your own. If you take your car to a mechanic, they will be able to inspect your BMW to find the root problem and then give you a proper diagnosis. It is important to determine where the problem is as soon as possible. You don’t want to cause worse issues by continuing to drive it. Let’s go over some reasons why your BMW check engine light could be on.

What Does My BMW Check Engine Light Mean?

Let’s say that your BMW check engine light just turned on. What exactly does this mean? The check engine light is designed to monitor any defects and turn on when it detects a fault in your BMW’s emissions system. Now, it is very important to understand that although it says check engine, the problem may not be with your engine. There are numerous reasons that could trigger a fault and cause the check engine light to turn on.

Some of these issues are very serious and lead to costly repairs while others are very simple. One of the most common non-serious causes is a loose gas cap. So you just went to fill up your BMW with gas and you didn’t tighten up the gas cap all the way. The system within your car will detect a default and turn on your BMW check engine light. Some more serious issues could be an exhaust leak or a transmission problem . Unfortunately, you don’t know how serious the issue is until you take your car into your local repair shop. This is why it is important to take your car in as soon as your BMW check engine light turns on so you can take care of the issue before something worse could happen.

How Does The Check Engine System Work In My BMW?

The check engine light location and color will be different depending on the make and model of your car. However, in the majority of cases, it will be a yellow warning light on your dashboard. Typically this icon will be shaped like a car engine. Additionally, there is often the word “check” under the car engine icon. Now that you know what to look for, it is important to understand that this light is part of the onboard diagnostics system. It will turn on if it detects an issue within your remissions systems. This computer system was implemented to alert you when a problem occurs so you are aware there is a problem and you can take action. There are two ways this light will alert you, it will either be blinking or it will stay solid. What does this mean?

If your BMW check engine light is blinking, this typically is indicating that you have a more serious problem in your emission system. Your car could be experiencing severe misfiring in your engine. If this is happening, unburned fuel will be dumped into the exhaust system. This is very bad. It will overheat your catalytic converter and potentially damage the entire system. If you notice that your BMW check engine light is blinking , you need to take your car to a mechanic immediately.

Now, let’s say your BMW check engine light is a steady light. This indicates that its problem is not an emergency. This means that you can continue to drive your car, but you should definitely schedule an appointment with a mechanic as soon as you can. You don’t wait to continue driving your car and have this problem turn into a worse issue. Always listen to what your BMW check engine light is trying to tell you and get the proper diagnosis from a mechanic.

Why Is My BMW Check Engine Light On?

Your BMW check engine light will turn on for many different reasons. As stated above, this could be a serious problem or a more minor issue. Listed below are some of the more common reasons your BMW check engine light might turn on.

Faulty oxygen sensor: The oxygen sensor is used to monitor the exhaust for unburned oxygen. This is used to indicate that your engine is working efficiently and that you have the proper fuel-to-air ratio. So you might be wondering what happens if you have a faulty oxygen sensor? This means that your sensor will not be providing the correct date to the computer system. It could send a faulty code that will turn on your BMW check engine light.

It is important to ensure these sensors are properly working so they can get accurate readings of what is happening. This is a pretty simple fix if this is causing your check engine light to turn on. You will want to replace your sensors as soon as possible because if you wait, you could damage your catalytic converter. This will lead to more costly repairs.

Failing catalytic converter: The purpose of a catalytic converter is to help reduce emissions in the exhaust gases. It will convert carbon monoxide and other bad gasses into less harmful emissions. This is very important so you don’t breathe in harmful gases when you are driving around. If your catalytic converter starts to fail, your gas mileage will be affected and eventually, your vehicle won’t be able to accelerate any faster. Additionally, your car will not pass any emissions tests.

If your catalytic converter completely breaks, your car will eventually stop driving. When this happens, you know you have big problems. You will have to replace the entire catalytic converter and it will be very expensive to fix.

Loose gas cap: It might sound crazy, but a loose gas cap can promote your BMW check engine light to come on. It might seem a little bit extreme for the check engine light to come on for a loose gas cap, but it turns on to alert you that it needs to be tightened. The gas cap is a seal for your fuel system. If your cap is loose, it will mess up the pressure in your fuel system. If your gas cap is loose, your gas mileage can be reduced and you might see an increase in emissions from your car.

The first moment you notice the yellow check engine light turn on, you should inspect your gas cap . If this is the issue, it is a very simple fix and you won’t need to take your car to the mechanic. If you notice that your gas cap is damaged, you can go to your local auto parts store and purchase a new one. This will resolve the issue and your check engine light should turn off once it is fixed. If your light stays on, you know there are deeper issues that you need to get checked out by a mechanic.

Bad spark plugs: The function of spark plugs is to be a seal in the combustion chamber. It also helps provide the gap for the spark that leads to combustion in the engine. Spark plugs will just wear out over time. There is no way to prevent them from falling. If you determine that you have faulty spark plugs, you will need to get them replaced as soon as possible. A mechanic will be able to help you replace them quickly and most of the time this job is very affordable. Don’t wait to get this fixed because worse issues could occur if you do.

Faulty mass airflow sensor: This sensor plays an important role. It directs the computer system to add the correct amount of fuel based on the amount of air that comes through the engine. There needs to be a specific ratio, and these sensors recognize how much to add. If your sensors start to fail, your car will stall. You might also notice that your emissions will increase and your gas mileage will decrease.

It is possible to continue driving with this issue, but it is not good for your car. If your car continues to stall frequently because of this problem, worse issues could arise. It is best that you call your mechanic to have the sensors replaced so they can start monitoring the fuel-to-air ratio correctly.

How Can I Reset The Check Engine Light?

If you need to reset your BMW check engine light, you can do this within less than five minutes. It is a very simple process. The first thing you want to do is sit in the driver’s seat of your BMW. Close the car door and buckle your seatbelt. After you have done that, hold down the odometer reset button with one hand. You will need the other hand to put the key in the ignition. You don’t need to crack the engine, you just need to turn the key to the accessory position.

Once you have it in the accessory position, continue to hold down the odometer button until the service light starts flashing. When this happens, you will see the word “reset” come across your dashboard. When you see this, you can let go of the odometer button and then press down on it again briefly. You will eventually see a bunch of green LED lights on the dashboard. When these green lights appear, your BMW check engine light should turn off. When the light turns off, you have successfully completed the reset.

How Important Is It to See A Mechanic If my Check Engine Light Is On?

It is crucial that you see a mechanic as soon as your BMW check engine light comes on. You never know if this issue is very serious or just a minor one. After you check your gas cap and determine that is not the problem, you should call a mechanic immediately. If you continue to wait and drive your car, you could damage other parts without even knowing it. Eventually, your car could shut down and stop working. Once this happens, you will be facing very expensive repair costs that maybe could have been avoided by getting a diagnosis sooner. Always take your car to a mechanic if your check engine light is on.

Conclusion

If your BMW check engine light is on, it is important to go see a mechanic immediately. If you decide to wait a few weeks and the problem is coming from your transmission , you could completely damage the system. This would lead to very expensive repair costs.

There is no harm in getting a quick diagnosis from a mechanic because, on the opposite end, the problem could be very simple such as a loose gas cap. If that is the case, it is a simple fix of tightening it up. You never know the extent of the problem until you take your car in to a mechanic and let them determine where the problem is coming from.

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