Found a more recent master SIB list: Attachment 228145
Shows we are still looking for a lot of SIBs:
- SI B12 09 07 May-07 M5/M6 Service Engine Soon Light Illuminated: S85 - Various VANOS Related Faults Stored
- SI B12 19 08 June-08 M5/M6 V10 S85 - Power Reduction with Idle Actuator Faults Stored
- SI B12 21 08 April-09 M5/M6 S85 - DME Fault 2742/2743 for O2 Sensor
- SI B23 01 05 November-05 E60/M5 E60 M5 - CAN Communication Fault FFFF
- SI B23 01 07 August-07 S85 M5 Service Action: Replace SMG Hydraulic Unit Electric Motor on M5 Vehicles (rpl 7/07)
- SI B23 08 06 January-07 All SMG Cars SMG - Service Functions Performed after Drivetrain Repairs
- SI B23 03 08 December-08 M5/M6 M5, M6 with SMG III; FC 4F82/4F83/4F84/4F85 - Gear Blocking Faults (rpl 10/08)
- SI B32 02 08 August-08 M5/M6 Repair Instructions for Power Steering Pump and Pressure Line
- SI B33 01 07 October-07 E60 - M5 E60 M5 Howling Noise from Rear Axle Area
- SI B34 07 07 November-07 M5/M6 M5, M6 - DSC Disabling Function
- SI B51 06 07 March-07 E60 - M5 Service Action: Replace Underbody Panel
- SI B65 24 08 December-08 M3/M5 Audio System Is Intermittently Inoperative
- SI B11 05 07 April-07 All S85 (V10) Service Action: Replace Front Crankshaft Radial Seal
- SI B12 18 06 November-06 Ms Voluntary Emissions Recall 06E-A04: S85 - DME Reprogramming for OBD Monitoring
- SI B12 28 08 December-08 S65 / S85 S65 / S85 Rough Running During the Catalyst Heating Phase
- SI B23 03 06 April-07 M Cars Getrag SMG Transmission Repair & Replacement Information (SMG II and III) (Rpl 02/06)
I will start looking for them, if anyone has access to PDFs of these, post them up and let's all get smarter!
"SI B 12 28 08
Engine Electrical Systems
S65 / S85 Rough Running During the Catalyst Heating Phase
E90, E92, E93 M3 with the S65 engine
E60 M5, E63, E64 M6 with the S85 engine
These engines may exhibit rough running characteristics during a warm-up period after they are first started.
Once the engine is at operating temperature, the running quality is normal.
To meet mandated emission requirements, the engine must operate on a leaner air/fuel mixture during catalyst heating.
This strategy is necessary in order to bring the catalysts up to operating temperature quickly. This catalyst heating phase lasts for approximately 30-40 seconds following a cold engine start.
If the rough running is only present when the engine is cold (warm-up phase) and no faults have been stored in the DME control unit, the customer should be informed about the particular design of M-type engines.
This characteristic of "lean operation in the catalytic converter heating phase" is described in the Owner's Manual under the section "Driving hints", and should be used to answer any questions in the event of a customer
If error codes have been stored in the DME control unit, they must be worked through according to the test module/test plan."