Finally getting back to my oxfordgrun e34 msport after buying a fixer upper house during the pandemic and getting sucked into that black hole.
Anyway thats in decent shape now so first order of biz is fixing the EDC struts which seem to be locked in extra hard mode. They are not leaking and I...
Has anyone repaired a broken wire in the EDC control cable?
I located the break, but trying to decide between cutting the cable and re-splicing all 3 wires, or somehow trying to repair just the broken wire. The break is very close to the Y split before the coils.
I am leaning toward cutting...
Hey guys, I'm currently in the market for a set of style 345 wheels as I am tired of the Coilover/Wheel setup that I have now.. Also looking for OEM EDC suspension since my BC Racing coilovers just don't suit well with the area I'm located in. I'm located in northern VA. Thank you !
Before coming here and opening a thread ive done some googling and came up with pretty much no proper answer.
Bought the car at 40.000KM with EDC fault.
5FE1 - Steering angle, correction value exceeded
5FFD - Wakeup line, Electronic Damper Control
5FFE - Voltage, terminal EDC
Thank you very...
I'm looking for EDC struts for my '93 M5. Hopefully all 4, but rears are the priority.
If you have ancillary components (controller, switch, relay, etc), I wouldn't mind having spares.
These may have been used in certain other models like the M540i.
I'll consider any offer. Whether it's "like...
I need your help, i manege to buy a 1993 M5 3.8 here in Chile, which is a really, but really strage car to find, Im pretty sure there are no more than two or three of this cars here in the whole country.
Well the former owner did not want to spend money in the EDC suspension so he...
I have the OEM M5 suspension (shocks, springs, etc, all put together) laying around off a 2006 M5.
Suspension has about 50K miles on it but is in excellent shape.
Will post pics within the week.
Hey all, my 159k '91 m5(US) had its EDC replaced with Bilsteins by previous owner. If I understand it correctly, the power steering fluid is also used with the rear suspension....and its in a cylinder type container on the drivers side near the front of the engine bay. So, now the there isn't...
Ok here's the deal. Saturday morning and I’m changing from my winter to summer tires. I'm distracted with my kids running around and rushing because I have an appointment in an hour for an oil change at the dealer. Bone-head move of the year - I put the 285 rears on the front right...