Are they bleeding the slave first? Open it, and activate the pump. Hi Bawse, Did you resolve the problem? See the category pages at the top of this page to view all of our E60 Parts. Cheers I've just received an update from the guys who are working on the car and they have confirmed that the battery is working fine so that rules it out as the cause of the error. More aggressive clutch materials are available. For more performance capability you can opt for a carbon-graphite material but it will not be as user-friendly on the street. If clutch or flywheel woes are keeping you from getting the most from your V10 this is the clutch you should be using. I usually just run the test over and over, and after about 5 or 6 tries, it works successfully.
We found many advantages to a multi-disc setup over a single disc - greater torque capacity, less heat build-up, and longer clutch life thanks to more surface area, and less weight in the clutch discs. I also drive semis which rarely has me behind the wheel of the car. The indy shop it currently located repaired the low pressure warning but can not get it to crank to initialize clutch position or bleed the system so that's where I'm stumped the last shop fired it up but this shop can't get it to crank. I'm wil give them a call to ask them about what you've stated cause maybe they missed something. Hello all, has any manual E60 owner had to replace their clutches as of yet? Twin disc clutches have been common in racing events for years. Over on the M5board website we see this problem occasionally.
They use a special blend of organic, carbon, Kevlar, and metallic materials for a strong and durable clutch that is also user friendly on the street. It looks like you changed the slave cylinder which usually causes this. Many people just throw in a battery when it goes bad and there is much more to it than that with this car. As always feel free to call or email us regarding any questions you may have about our E60 Parts. How you alls doing huh im rarely up here. Â£1400 for clutch and flywheel!!! However every time they road test it, an error appears saying that the transmission failed to initialise or something to that affect and so for several weeks now they have been trying to figure out why this error keeps on coming up even though it drives fine. Yes, I was an idiot for play with the adaptation on my e60 M.
So whether you want parts to make your E60 perform better, or just want to add more styling, be sure to check out all of our E60 parts categories. We found many advantages to a multi-disc setup over a single disc - greater torque capacity, less heat build-up, and longer clutch life thanks to more surface area, and less weight in the clutch discs. We have parts and accessories for every E60 from the 535i to the M5. It won't crank if there is no smg pressure. The carbon-graphite offers tremendous torque limits 1,125 ft-lbs but the material will result in a more abrupt clutch engagement with less usable slippage. So I guess it helps narrow a few things down.
Hope that answers your question. This is before we have even started on labour charges! For more performance capability you can opt for a carbon-graphite material but it will not be as user-friendly on the street. I think i have same fault. I've done my pump motor myself and is easy to do. But I'm give you all a shot maybe 2 weeks from now I should return off the road.
The car now has 133K so I am really not too surprised and the original has stood the test of time. Otherwise you'll have to pull the transmission again for the slave cylinder. That has to be sorted out first and make sure your electrical system is running fine before you chase other faults. Kind of clutching at straws so any advice would be appreciated. All of our E60 parts are the highest quality products available, and just to be sure, we quality check every part before we send them out. What software are they using? The clutch does need replacing as it's making a right racket when you engage the clutch pedal, especially when stationary. We have most of our parts in stock, ready to ship to your door when you order.
After the motor is running it should be around 13. Give us a call at 714 582-3330, although we may not have some specific E60 Parts on the website we can typically still get those E60 Parts for you. Even with increased capability this clutch drives and functions almost the same as a stock clutch but with a more solid feel and better engagement. I would check for codes. The electrical doesn't sound up to snuff.
It can be any of these. Then top off the fluid again and go from there. If clutch or flywheel woes are keeping you from getting the most from your V10 this is the clutch you should be using. They do go bad and sometime the rubber seal goes bad and it hoses down your new clutch with hyd fluid. Hard to trouble shoot over the internet. I ve done this in the past, and never had any issues.