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post #21 of 41 Old 11th February 2006, 08:45 PM
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Yes, can anybody help us out with the phone and navi user manuals?
Iäd love those too, mine is in german, and well..
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Yeah, mine are german as well. I don't mind reading german, but it's so much easier reading english
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I did some googling, and found some manuals on www.e38.org. Hope you don't mind they are actually for some 7 series.

1999 Navigation Owner's Manual (PDF)
2000 Navigation Owner's Manual (PDF)
2004 Navigation Owner's Manual (PDF)

Some phone manuals (CPT8000, etc) and other interesting stuff is also available. Just visist www.e38.org, on the bottom of the page under "Owner's Manuals".

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post #24 of 41 Old 6th January 2007, 08:32 AM
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here's a link for the mk iii manual from e39 forum...

http://www.e38.org/markiiinav.pdf

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radio manual

can any one help me find the manual for the radio unit? i'm trying to get all the manuals together for my 2001 e39 m5. any help would be much appreciated
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Anyone out there with a E39 M5 with more than 125k miles?

Achtech,
I just hit 172,XXX today on my beast running just as strong if not better than when I first had it Mind you I am still running with the original engine/with no rebuilds. I have it chipped, cold air intake, and a full pss9 suspension and some other minor tweaks. No schrick cams yet. I however do change diff/manual fluid at a minimum of once a year if not twice and I change my oil every 5k with the castrol 10W60. My brakes and coolant every year as well. I guess I am nut when it comes to that but hey I have the miles on the beast and I am looking forward to hitting 200,000+ miles. Nothing like spending a few bucks now for the normal lubes than thousands later on a rebuild and or new car. Anyone out there with 200,000+ on the original engine.
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Thanks for manuals.

I have a service book in german. Can someone scan the service book in english with all the inspections and other necessary service items?
Would appreciate your help.
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E39 M5 Repair Manual

How about a real repair manual? Does is exist for the public? Seems the Beck Arnley's (sp?) skip it, though I have found CDs...
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