I've been trying to hunt down a good service manual for my 2007 M5. I saw that Bentley put out an E60 Manual, but it doesn't specifically address the M5 model. Just wondering what others use or if there is anything I can get.
Based on no responses to this question, does that mean there aren't any good service manuals for this car, or not ones that anybody is aware of? What about any good 'Technical Article' sections specific to the M5, online? I know I've seen some helpful posts here, with photos, showing certain tasks, but is there anywhere that those type of articles are concentrated? Thanks!
I believe the BMW site is $30 for a 24 hr period , $250 for a month & $2500 for year. Figure out what info you want , print it out. There are also a few sites out there that have the wiring diagrams for free. I'm sure you can find them if search the forum.
I had the Bentley for My M3 and honestly, I referred to the TIS at spaghetticoder and part diagrams from realoem.com for most everything. Torque specs are much easier to look up in the TIS than in the Bentley.
I was able to find a newer TIS somewhere online that covers the M5, but haven't needed to poke around in it much yet.