BMW 7 Owners & Service Manuals

BMW 7 Series: Disc

SI number

01 22 06 (307)

Rear Axle
Fig. 15: Identifying Disc (33 5 153)

SI number

01 22 06 (307)

Rear Axle
Fig. 16: Identifying Disc (33 5 156)

SI number

01 22 06 (307)

Rear Axle
Fig. 17: Identifying Disc (33 5 151)

SI number

01 22 06 (307)

Rear Axle
Fig. 18: Identifying Disc (33 5 155)

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     Extension

    Minimum set: Mechanical tools Extension MW Note: (2 pieces) Pullout extension for 33 5 040, 33 5 050, 33 5 060. Storage Location A18 B18 SI number 01 21 06 (300) Consisting of: Fig. 19: Identifying E

     Fixture

    Fixture MW Note: For holding rear axle final drive during removal and installation. SI number 01 01 07 (333) Consisting of: 1 = 0496019 Joint 2 = 0496020 Frame NOTE: (Main frame) Fig. 21: Identifying

     Mandrel

    Minimum set: Mechanical tools Mandrel MW Note: (drift) For driving radial shaft seal onto drive flange. Storage Location B26 SI number 01 09 09 (532) Fig. 25: Identifying Mandrel (330150) Mandrel MW

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     Checking Front And Rear Wheel For Lateral And Radial Runout

    Necessary preliminary tasks Check wheel bearings Lift vehicle. Check wheel with special tool 36 1 030 (measuring fixture) for lateral runout. Fig. 1: Checking Wheel Lateral Runout Using Special Tool (36 1 030) Check wheel with special tool 36 1 030 (measuring fixture) for radial runout. Fig. 2

     Electric Drives

    SAFETY INFORMATION FOR WORKING ON VEHICLES WITH AUTOMATIC ENGINE START-STOP FUNCTION (MSA) WARNING: If the engine hood/bonnet contact is pulled upwards (workshop mode), the information "switch closed" is output. The automatic engine start-stop function is active. An automatic engine start is possi

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