BMW 5 Series: 1982 – 1988 Service Manual (E28)
Complete preventive maintenance procedure for everything from the yearly brake fluid change to resetting the oil service indicator and oxygen sensor lights. This manual tells you what to do, how and when to do it and why it is important. Many of the maintenance recommendations exceed factory-recommended service intervals and are designed to extend your BMW’s service life.
Detailed troubleshooting and repair information for Bosch fuel injection and engine management systems: Motronic (528e, 533i, 535is) and Motronic 1.1 (528e from March 1987). This Motronic 1.1 service information is not covered in BMW’s factory repair manual.
Comprehensive engine management information for specific BMW 5 Series driveabilility problems, including troubleshooting electronically-controlled idle speed faults are frequently misdiagnosed.
Troubleshooting tips with fast, proven repair procedures used by BMW technicians and specialists.
Critical updates and hard-to-find information dealer service bulletins, such as how to replace the camshaft timing belt, sprocket and tensioner with the correct Z-127 update, and cylinder head bolt replacement on 528e models.
Large, easy-to-read wiring schematics for all circuits, along with a full listing of ground points, connector and splice
locations, and electronic component locations.
Complete procedure and specifications for rebuilding these engines and transmissions;
Models and Engines:
528e (B27) 2.7 liter
533i (B32) 3.2 liter
535i, 535is (B34) 3.5 litre
Getrag 260 (with integral bellhousing)
Getrag 265 (with removable bellhousing).
Book Number: Bentley Publishers Stock Number B588