LOG BOOK TIPS POST OF CONDUCT 1 March 2 May 4 9 8 7 6 1 2 Flashing Light Switch Parking Lights Lighting Headlight Road

Calls April 3 June 5 Trip Computer * Wiper switch fog lights Central locking signal distress 7 Heated rear window 8 Horn, the entire surface 9 Electrical adjustment of the s teering wheel * COMBINED INSTRUMENTS 1 2 3 4 5 2 6 16 15 14 December 13 November 10 9 8 7 - There are two versions, depending on the equipment in your vehicle. • 1: fuel level indicator with low fuel • 2: • 3 flashing indicator: Speedometer (Tachomet er) • 4: LED Lighting • Route 5: Tachometer and consumption indicator • 6: Remot e sensor for Coolant motor control "temperature cooling water is too high" • 7: Warning lights and warning for: • Hand brake • • ABS hydraulic brakes / brake pa ds • air bag cruise control * • buckle belts * • * • 8 automatic transmission: l ever position indicator switch and program for automatic transmission * • 9: Mai ntenance indicator Page I LOG BOOK • 10: Outside temperature display and trip computer *: • Average consumption and average speed • Autonomy • Single lever • 11 indicators: LED control leveling * • 12: LED control for automatic control more stability * Traction ASC + T • 13: Totalizer odometer and trip meter • 14: Display of Check-Control * • 15: Button Reset Totalizer daily • Kilometre 16: Warning lights and warning for fog lamps * rear fog lights * engine oil level battery charge current engine oil pressure preheating diesel * / diesel DDE digital electronics. - 12: Totalizer daily mile age - 13: View-Control for Check, trip computer and another version with multifu nction steering wheel MFL also for radio and telephone 1-14: General Totalizer m ileage - 15: Maintenance indicator - 16: Button Totalizer reset daily mileage -

17: Warning lights and warning for: • Fog lamps * Rear fog lamps • * • Battery c harging current engine oil pressure • Hydraulic brakes / brake pads * To check t he red brake fluid or condition of brake linings. • ABS ABS Yellow ABS has been disabled due to a fault. The normal braking system w orks without any loss of efficiency. To verify the installation of safety airbag s airbag, red control operation from a position of the ignition key. If the ligh t does not control the operation or lights along the way, do check the system. • • LIGHTS CONTROL AND WARNING Operating control - The control lights and warning identified by "" light once t o allow inspection of functions • 1 2 3 4 5 2 6 Cruise control *, Green Lit when the system is activated: Available for order fr om the direction multifunction steering wheel. Buckle the belt *, red Depending on the version, a signal sounds simultaneously or message * is displayed at the check-Control. Next version, light stays lit until the closure of the seat belt. * Automatic Transmission, Yellow Due to a fault, the automatic transmission per forms the gear changes planned in the relief program. Leveling *, yellow • • • 17 16 15 14 13 November 12 September 10

8 7 The leveling is disabled. Automatic Stability Control Traction ASC + T over yell ow system ASC + T has been disabled by the button or because of an interruption. In case of trouble, do check the system. - 1: fuel level indicator with low fuel - 2: indicator flashing - 3: Speedometer (Tachometer) - 4: LED lighting drive - 5: Tachometer and consumption indicator - 6: Remote sensor Coolant Engine - 7: Indicators for monitoring and warning for hydraulic brakes / brake linings: • handbrake • ABS • Airbag • cruise control • * loop seat belts * - 8: Key for Check Control - 9: Indicator selector lever po sition and program for automatic transmission * - 10: Outside temperature indica tor - 11: LED control for automatic control of more stability * Traction ASC + T tioning from the 2-position of the ignition key on and off a few seconds after s tarting the engine, ignition time of the various lights are different. Flashing, blinking green when the blinkers are engaged, when towing a trailer also for fl ashing the trailer. Blink faster than usual: The system has a defect. Lighting o f road, blue lights when the lighting beam is on and when flashed. Handbrake, Li ghts red when the brake is applied. • Fog lamps * Green Light with the fog lights on. Rear fog lights * Light with yel low fog lights back on. Engine oil level * Check the yellow engine oil level. • Page II LOG BOOK Battery charge indicator, red • The battery is not recharged. Malfunction V-belt alternator or charging circuit of the alternator. It is impossible to continue the journey, because the engine could be damaged by overheating. In case of fail ure of the V-belt, a higher effort is necessary for the steering angle. Engine o il pressure, red ignition along the way and, if necessary, a message "Stop! Engi ne oil pressure" to CheckControl *: Stop immediately and stop the engine. Check engine oil level, the restoration if necessary. It is impossible to continue the journey, because the engine could be damaged by a lack of lubrication. * Prehea ting diesel, yellow Start the engine only when the light goes out. If the LED li ghts along the way: To verify the digital electronics * DDE diesel. display flas hes for a few moments. - The warning is repeated as the last warning from the te mperature has reached at least 6 ° C and drops to 3 ° C. The ice warning does no t exclude the fact that the ice may have formed at temperatures above 3 ° C, P. ex. on bridges and roads in the shade. Tachometer fuel in the tank. - Different inclined positions of the car, p. ex. during a long ride side may cause slight v ariations in the value displayed. • Refuel time, because the fact of falling out of fuel can cause damage to the eng ine and catalytic converter. Liquid Thermometer • - Avoid engine speeds in the red zone of the dial. - The shocks that occur very sensitive in this area of the rev range due to the fact that power is intentiona lly turned off to protect the engine. Energy Control - Indicates the fuel consum

ption in liters per 100 km. You can check if you drive now in an economic and en vironmentally friendly. TOTALIZER MILEAGE, INDICATOR TEMPERATURE - The displays differ depending on the equipment of the car in question. Blue - The engine is still cold. Drive at a moderate speed using the engine to a verage plan. Red - When the indicator lights or warning message if the cooling w ater temperature is displayed CheckControl *: the engine is too hot. The stop im mediately and let cool. Among the colored areas - normal temperature. At high ou tside temperatures or when the engine is under strain, it is normal that the nee dle of the indicator approach the red zone. Maintenance indicator - display diff ers depending on the equipment of your car. Totalizer mileage - With the ignition key in position 0, you can enable the disp lay by pressing the button on the dashboard (arrow). Odometer daily - To set the counter to zero, press the button on the dashboard (arrow), with the ignition k ey in position 1.€Outside temperature indicator - The outdoor temperature is dis played when the ignition key is in position 1. Display when the ignition is off *: press the button. Ice Warning - If the outside temperature falls below +3 ° C , gives a warning beep and the value - The needle returns to zero after stopping the car. Fuel Indicator - The indicator lights up briefly when you put the ignition. - Wh en the indicator light starts flashing continuously remains approx. : L • 8 - BM W 520i, 523i, 528i, 525tds Page III LOG BOOK Green Areas - The more we approach the end of the next maintenance action, the l ess remaining green lights lit. Yellow Zone - This zone appears with the message or OILSERVICE INSPECTION. - A maintenance operation is required. Red Zone - The maturity of the maintenance operation is exceeded. Pictogram Watch - Indicates that the deadline for the replacement of brake fluid has arrived (turnover frequ ency: every two years). The capital of the vehicle during which the battery rema ins disconnected are not taken into account by the service indicator for the cal culation of maturities of Service. To meet the deadline - 4: Temperature - left side of the cockpit - 5: Distribution of air towards: • Ice • bust • feet • All intermediate positions are possible - 6: Air Induction Heating and ventilation w ork when the fan is running - 7: Temperature - right side of the cockpit - 8: He ated rear window - 9: Recycling of air temperature Driver and front passenger ca n individually set the temperature on their side . Graduations give values for t he cabin temperature. For a pleasant setting, it is recommended to choose a temp erature of 22 ° C. After the start, the temperature chosen to select the positio n "6:00". Air Intake You can adjust the intake air continuously. The heating and ventilation are more effective than the intake air is large. In position 0, the blower and heating are stopped. In position 0, the air intake can be closed off using the button for air recirculation. Heated rear window when the heating of the rear window is on, the LED will be lit. The heating of the rear stops automa tically. Recirculation of air inside to prevent unpleasant odors entering the pa ssenger compartment, the outside air can be cut. The air in the cabin is then re cycled. - If the car is equipped with a steering wheel multi-function button wit h air recirculation, the recirculation of air can also be controlled from the ke y. If, in air recirculation mode the windows are covered with haze, clear the ai r recirculation. 2 1

Ventilation without drafts 1 February 3 February 1 3 2 May 4 June 7 September 8 Renewal of brake fluid, it is essential to take account of this downtime. is reached as soon as possible and kept constant by the control system. HEATING AND VENTILATION - 1: Distribution of air to the windshield and side windows - 2: Distribution of air to passengers before the bust The wheels continuously regulate the opening and closing of the intake air, levers change the direction of air flow - 3: Dist ribution of air to the front floor vents There are also relevant in the rear flo or air distribution The air supplied can be directed towards the ice towards and the bust to the floor. - All the intermediate positions are possible. Position of air diffusion to the floor, a small amount of air is directed toward the wind ows, so they do not cover fog. For a normal setting, it is advisable - Broadcasters facing bust front passengers can be adjusted at will: • You can o pen and close the diffusers continuously with knurled knobs. With the levers 2, you can adjust the direction of airflow. With the wheel 3, you can mix with air diffusers oriented bust a greater or lesser amount of refrigerated air: • Rotate the blue - colder • Rotate the red - hotter - Presenters of air from the rear c ompartment can be adjusted at will. The air circulated in the back is not warmed . Micro filter - The filter removes dust microparticles and pollen with air suck ed out. - A significant reduction, the maximum air flow indicates that a prematu re replacement of the filter. Page IV LOG BOOK Ventilation was fast - 3: Turn the blower air intake in the position of maximum output. - 4: Close the rear diffuser heating in winter - 1: With the temperature setting buttons, choose a pleasant indoor temperature P. ex. 22 ° C. - 2: Turn the air distribution in position - 3: Turn the fan inlet air to the far right. 4: Close the rear diffuser. - 5: To defrost the rear window, turn on the rear w indow heating. - 1: With the temperature setting buttons, choose a pleasant indoor temperature, p. ex. 22 ° C - 2: Turn it to air distribution in position - 3: Turn the fan in let air to the far right. - 4: Open the air vents directed at the bust. - 5: Tur n the dial 3 cold (blue) Rapid heating in winter AUTO AIR CONDITIONING - When the windows are covered with frost or dew, the following setting is recom mended: • 1: With the temperature setting buttons to choose a comfortable temper ature inside P. ex. 22 ° C. • 2: Turn the air distribution in position • 3: Turn the blower air intake into the midrange. • 4: Close the rear diffuser. Removal of frost and fog the glass - 1: Distribution of air to the windshield and side w indows. - 2: Distribution of air into the chest of the front passengers. • The w heels continuously regulate the opening and closing of the intake air, levers ch ange the direction of airflow. - 3: Distribution of air to the floor before. • T he air vents are also relevant at the rear floor. - 4: air distribution system. - 5: Individual air distribution. - 6: Temperature - left side of the cockpit. -

7: Display of temperature, air intake. - 8: Temperature-right side of the cockp it. - 9: Defrosting and defogging windows. - 1: With the temperature setting buttons to choose a comfortable temperature in side P. ex. 22 ° C. - 2: Turn the air distribution in position CLIMATISATIONAUTOMATIQUE 1 2 3 February 4 May 6 July 8 9 10 11 12 15 14 13 Page V LOG BOOK - 10: - 11: - 12 - 13: - 14 - 15: Recirculating Air Heating Air Conditioning Rea r Air Intake Operation of waste heat Never hide the grid inlet probe indoor temp erature. Recirculation / recycling automatic ambient air, AUC To avoid penetrati on of odors, it is possible to cut the intake of outside air. The air in the cab in is then recycled. By hitting the button repeatedly, you can choose three diff erent modes of operation. • Warning lights off: the air enters the cabin. • cont rol lamp left off: the system detects high levels of outdoor air pollution and p revents such cases outside air from entering the cockpit. The air in the cabin i s then recycled. • Check LED lights right: the outside air is removed permanentl y. The air in the cabin is then recycled. - If the car is equipped with a steeri ng wheel multi-function button with air recirculation, the recirculation of air can also be controlled from the key. If, in air recirculation mode, the windows are covered with haze, clear the air recirculation. Heated rear window when the rear window heating is switched on, the LED will be lit. The rear window heating switches off automatically. Air Intake You can adjust the air intake with preci sion. Your set values are displayed on the display 7 (overview). If necessary, t his setting is suitable when the ambient conditions require heating or cooling a t maximum power. - If, with the fan set to lowest speed, you press "-" all the d isplays are canceled: the fan, heater and air conditioner is stopped, the air su pply is cut off. You can reset the system by activating any button on the automa tic air conditioner. Exploitation of the residual heat accumulated in the heat e ngine is recovered for heating the passenger compartment when the ignition is tu rned off, P. ex. during a stop at a crossing. With the ignition key in position 0, the heated air is automatically directed to the windshield and side windows a nd onto the floor. With the ignition key in position 1, you can change the setti ngs of automatic climate control.€This feature can be activated when the outside temperature is below approx. 15 ° C, the engine is at operating temperature and the battery is sufficiently charged. Ventilation without drafts 1 February 3 February 1 Automatic air distribution AUTO takes care of setting the air distribution and a lso adapting the set values of air inlet temperature and to external influences (summer, winter). Whatever the season, it guarantees inside the cabin a pleasant atmosphere. Choose an indoor temperature and air intake pleasant, P. ex. 22 ° C and air inlet in the middle position. Open lenses pointing toward the bust. Dur ing the cold season, put the air conditioner. The most effective cooling is obta ined with the knob 3 in position cold. Individual air distribution is also possi ble to combine at will the distribution of air and thus disable the program AUTO . Air is circulated around the windows, toward the chest and toward the floor

- Presenters led to the bust can be adjusted at will: - You can open and close t he diffusers continuously with knurled knobs. With the levers 2, you can adjust the direction of airflow. - With the wheel 3, you can mix with air diffusers ori ented bust a greater or lesser amount of refrigerated air: • Rotate the blue - c older • Rotate the red - hotter - The diffusers air from the rear compartment ca n be adjusted at will. The air circulated in the back is not warmed. Micro filte r, active carbon filter - The filter removes dust microparticles and pollen suck ed with the air outside. It improves the quality of air in the cabin, holding as nuisances to the gaseous state. - A significant reduction, the maximum air flow indicates that a premature replacement of the filter is necessary. Temperature The driver and front passenger can adjust their individual temperatu re. Graduations give values for the cabin temperature. As pleasant setting, it i s advised to choose a temperature of 22 ° C, also when the air conditioner is ru nning. After starting the car, the desired temperature - summer and winter is re ached as soon as possible and then kept constant by the control system. Removal of frost and fog the glass This program quickly removes the frost and fog the wi ndshield and side windows. When the air conditioner is running, the air is coole d, dried and then heated to the temperature desired. Avoid to start and stop fre quently to cover the windows do not fog. After engine start, according to the we ather, the windshield can be covered with fog for a few moments. - Condensation of water occurs in the air and is discharged under the car. Traces of water unde r the car are quite normal. Page VI LOG BOOK ENGINE COMPARTMENT - BMW 520i, 523i, 528i 1 July 8 3 2 6 4 - 1: Gauge Engine Oil - 2 Reservoir, brake fluid (under the filter housing micro particles) - 3: back to start point with an electrical troubleshooting - 4: powe r steering oil tank - 5 : Expansion tank coolant - 6: Tubing Fill Engine Oil - 7 : Tank cleaning facility for superdétergent - 8: Container for washer and laveph ares 5 ENGINE COMPARTMENT - BMW 525 tds - 1: Gauge Engine Oil - 2 Reservoir, brake fluid (under the filter housing micro particles) - 3: return to starting point with troubleshooting electrical cable 4: power steering oil tank - 5: Expansion tank coolant - 6: Tubing fill engine oil - 7: Tank cleaning facility for superdétergent - 8 Reservoir washer and lave phares 1 July 8 3

2 4 May 6 LIGHTS AND LAMPS - 2: Remove the light bulb, install the new bulb. High beam bulb HB3 60 Watt - 1 : Turn the bulb holder to the left and out. - 2: Disconnect the plug. - 3: Plug the new bulb porteampoule on the sheet - making sure it clicks perfectly. - 4: T o reinstall, in reverse order. During maintenance caps projectors, follow these instructions: • Do not rub dry and do not use abrasive cleaners or caustic. • So ak the dirt (eg. Crushed insects) and remove with water.€• Identify areas with f rosted icing products in aerosol cans - do not use a scraper. February 1 Xenon Lights * - These bulbs have a very long lifetime and failure is very rare if any time they are not turned on and off too often. If nevertheless one bulb b urns out, it is still possible to run at a moderate pace with fog lamps, if nati onal laws permit. Due to the high voltage, the action throughout the lighting sy stem, including bulb replacement, should be performed only by specialists. - 1: Low beams - 2: Headlights Low beam bulb H7 55 Watt Wear goggles and gloves because the bulb is pressurized. Otherwise, when the bulb is damaged, it may cau se injury. - 1: Turn the bulb holder to the left (arrow) and remove it. Page VII LOG BOOK Navigation lights and parking lights Bulb 5 Watts - 1: Turn the bulb holder to t he left (arrow) and remove it. - 2: Remove the light bulb, install the new bulb. Front turn light bulb 21 watts when the bulb is damaged, it may cause injury. 1: forward firing, remove the cover next to the projector. - 2: Remove the two screws (arrows) and tilt the projector to the outside. - 3: Undo the spring back of the projector and turn the cap clockwise. - 4: Lift the caliper spring wire and replace the bulb after removing the caps of contact. Lanterns (lights) rear red tail lamp light bulbs 5 watt bulbs Other: 21 watts 1 - 2: Clear the cache (on the underside of the rear window shelf) with a screwdri ver (arrow). - 3: Turn the bulb holder to the left and out. - 4: Turn the bulb t o the left under a slight pressure and remove it. Illuminated license plate bulb 5 watt - 1: Squeeze the tabs on the bulb holder (arrow) and remove the bulb holder from the rear. - 2: Turn the bulb to the left under a slight pressure and remove it. - 3: After replacing the bulb, the bulb holder housing (paying attention to the position of the cams) and make snap. * Blinkers Side 5 watt bulb 2 3 4 5 - 1: Insert a screwdriver into the slot and apply pressure to the right (arrow), the fire is then unlocked. - 2: Remove and replace the light bulb. Interior lig hts - At the front: • Ceiling (10 watt bulb) with reading lamps (10 watt bulb).

- 1: Ceiling: Clear glass lamp by pushing the lamp side speaks with a screwdrive r. Remove the bulb from its lugs. - 2: Reading Light: Turn the light turning lef t under a slight pressure and remove it. - Back: • Ceiling (10 watt bulb) with r eading lamp (5 watt bulb). - 1: Remove the lamp by pushing with a screwdriver ap plied in the recesses. - 2: Ceiling: Push the tab on the reflector and replace t he bulb. - 3: Reading Light: Turn the light turning left under a slight pressure and remove it. Floor Lamps 5 watt bulb - 1: Remove the diffuser with a screwdri ver applied to the side. - 2: Install a new bulb. Illuminated glove box 5 watt b ulb - 1: Remove the lamp with a screwdriver applied in the recess. - 2: Remove t he reflector. - 3: Install a new bulb. Illuminated trunk - Fire on the underside of the rear window shelf: 10 Watt halogen bulb. -1 -2 -3 -4 -5 ::::: ........................... Yellow flashing red light district. .. red reflector Rear red fog ..... ..................... White Reverse light Brake light ...... .. Red ................. - 1: Push the fire towards the front (arrow) acting on the trailing edge with th e fingertips and out. - 2: Turn the bulb to the left under a slight pressure and remove it. Fog lamps H7 bulb, 55 watts - 1: By its top handle, fold down the trunk trim panel by rotating it. - 2: Turn the lock quick bulb holder to the left (arrow) and remove the bulb holder. - 3: Turn the bulb to the left under a slight pressure and remove it. Center stop la mp bulb 21 watts * Wear goggles and gloves because the bulb is pressurized. Otherwise - 1: Open the lid of the trunk. Page VIII