Oil Reset Procedure for BMW 545i 2004-2005
Easy to follow oil reset procedure for BMW 545i for the year 2004 and 2005.
BMW 545i oil reset procedure for the year 2004 through 2005.
1. Turn ignition to the “ON” position.
2. Press and hold the “RESET” button for 10 seconds to display menu in speedometer.
3. Press the “RESET” or “LOWER AXIAL (FAS)” button on the turn signal to scroll through the menu.
4. Select “ENGINE OIL” and press and hold “RESET” button until menu is displayed in tachometer.
5. Press “RESET” button to select “SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE”.
6. Press and hold “RESET” button for a few seconds.
7. Turn off ignition.
About BMW 545i
The fourth generation of the BMW 5-Series, also known as the E39 internally at BMW, was on the market for seven model years and received virtually unanimous praise from both automotive critics and customers. Surprisingly, even in its final calendar year, BMW’s “middle Series” defied convention by achieving higher sales in the United States than in the year prior. This was accomplished in comparison to the previous year. This does not “just happen” when a car line is getting close to the end of its production life; rather, it reflects the soundness of this Series’ concept and the excellence of its execution. This is not something that “just happens” when a car line is getting close to the end of its production life.
Therefore, the 5-Series, in the form that it has taken over the course of the past few years, was truly a difficult act to follow. The new 5-Series, which goes by the internal code E60, is evidence that BMW is capable of following in the footsteps of difficult acts. The new Series, which debuted as a model in 2004, broke new ground while remaining faithful to the tradition it has built since the first 5-Series models made their debut in 1972. This achievement was accomplished despite the fact that the new Series was introduced in the year 2004.
Excitingly innovative, while remaining faithful to the 5-Series heritage
After the introduction of the new 7-Series in 2002 and the launch of the Z4 Roadster in 2003, BMW has brought its “new look” to another vehicle category with the launch of the new 5-Series. Despite this, it is immediately apparent that the vehicle in question is a BMW 5-Series.
This is not merely a new look; rather, it is in keeping with the BMW tradition. The new model of the 5 has increased passenger space, for one thing: In addition to being 1.3 inches taller and 2.6 inches longer than their forebears, these brand-new sedans also measure 1.8 inches wider and ride on a wheelbase that is 2.3 inches longer than before. These dimensional gains have led to an increase in the amount of space and comfort available in the rear seating compartment, as well as an ease of entry and an increase of 26% in the amount of space available in the trunk.
And yet the new 5 preserves the trim look and driving feel, the maneuverability and agility that have always been a core value of the 5-Series. This accomplishment was made possible by the use of an all-aluminum front-end structure, which made it possible to increase the vehicle’s size, make strides in terms of comfort and safety, and increase the number of available features while simultaneously reducing the overall weight of the vehicle.
The new Series is currently in its second model year and continues with three distinct models, each of which is powered by a unique engine. The 525i Sedan has a responsive and fuel-efficient 2.5-liter, 184-horsepower inline 6-cylinder unit that belies any thought of “entry-level” status. It costs $41,995 including the destination charge. The 530i Sedan costs $46,095 and provides an upgrade in power from its six-cylinder engine (3.0 liters and 225 horsepower) in addition to more standard features than the 525i does. The remarkable Valvetronic engine in the BMW 545i Sedan (which costs $56,495) is responsible for the car’s model designation. This engine is a 4.4-liter V8 that produces 325 horsepower.