BMW 335d 2010-2011 - Interstate Batteries

BMW 335d 2010-2011 - Interstate Batteries
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Warning: Batteries produce explosive gases that may cause personal injury. Do not expose the battery to flame
or sparks. Always provide adequate
ventilation. Do not smoke when working
near batteries. Do not place tools or any
similar object on the battery.
Warning: Do not allow any battery
acid to come into contact with the
eyes, the skin or clothing. Wear protective clothing, gloves and eye protection. Do not tilt the battery, or acid may
leak from the vent hole.
Warning: If acid is splashed into the
eyes, rinse them immediately for several minutes with clear water and consult a doctor immediately. Seek medical attention immediately if battery acid
is accidentally swallowed. If acid is
splashed onto the skin or clothing,
neutralize it immediately with a soap
solution and rinse with lots of water.
On vehicles equipped with Intelligent
Battery Sensor (IBS), do not under any
circumstances release socket-head cap
screw of IBS. Do not establish any connection between the IBS and the sensor
The IBS and wiring can be destroyed
by mechanical strain during battery
replacement. Do not use force when disconnecting the pole shoe from the battery
terminal. Do not pull on the ground cable.
Do not place any tools under the IBS to
lever off the pole shoe. Do not use IBS
connections as levers.
On vehicles with radio code, the radio
code must be re-entered after disconnecting the battery. Note stored stations and
restore them after connecting the battery.
Stored settings of the on-board computer
and clock will also be lost. All available
central keys must be re-coded for vehicles
with first generation infrared transmitter
locking systems. DTCs may be set in
some control units after battery is connected.
Disconnect battery ground cable first,
followed by battery positive cable. Do not
disconnect battery leads while engine is
1. Verify that ignition and all other electrical loads are “OFF.”
2. Lift handle and remove luggage compartment floor trim panel if equipped.
3. Turn fastener (1) 90° to left, open flap
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(2) in luggage compartment trim, and
remove, Fig. 1.
Disconnect battery ground cable. Do
not pull cable or pry off IBS using force.
Remove mounting screws and battery
to luggage compartment tray bracket.
Remove power distributor mounted on
battery as follows:
a. Disconnect plug connection (1),
Fig. 2.
b. Unlock plug housing (2) and release in direction of arrow, Fig. 2.
c. Lift up covers on nuts (3), Fig. 2.
d. Unscrew nuts (3), Fig. 2.
e. Disconnect plug connection (4),
Fig. 2.
f. Disconnect plug connection of IBS
cable (5), Fig. 2.
g. Press locking brackets (2) downwards and unclip. If required, use a
screwdriver (1) to expand locking
bracket (2) at lower end, Fig. 3.
h. Remove power distributor (3),
Fig. 3.
Unlock positive terminal cover and remove.
Detach vent (1) in direction of arrow,
Fig. 4.
Loosen nut (6) and detach positive battery terminal (2), then lay to one side
and secure, Fig. 4.
Release threaded pin (5) and remove
holder (4), Fig. 4.
Fold back both bar fasteners (3), pull
battery towards rear out of battery tray,
and lift out battery, Fig. 4.
When installing a new battery in vehicles
equipped with IBS, replacement battery information may need to be programmed into
the vehicle data in accordance with specifications.
1. Position battery in vehicle, and verify
that battery is correctly seated.
2. Install both bar fasteners (3), Fig. 4.
3. Install battery retaining bracket (4) and
threaded pin (5), Fig. 4. Tighten as required.
4. Connect positive battery terminal (2),
torque terminal nut to 44 inch lbs., and
replace cover (2), Fig. 4.
5. Connect battery vent hose (1), Fig. 4.
6. Install positive terminal cover and lock
in place.
7. Install power distributor as follows:
a. Position power distributor on battery.
b. Connect locking brackets (2) and
lock in place, Fig. 3.
c. Connect plug connection of IBS
cable (5), Fig. 2.
d. Connect plug connection (4),
Fig. 2.
e. Install nuts (3) and torque to 133
inch lbs., Fig. 2.
f. Install covers over nuts (3), Fig. 2.
g. Install plug housing (2), Fig. 2.
h. Connect plug connection (1),
Fig. 2.
Install battery to luggage compartment
tray bracket and mounting screws.
Torque mounting screws to 71 inch
Connect battery ground cable. Torque
battery cable clamp nut to 44 inch lbs.
Install luggage compartment trim.
After connecting vehicle battery, carry
out the following procedure for setting
steering angle:
a. Start engine.
b. Turn steering wheel to driver side
until full lock is reached.
c. Turn steering wheel to passenger
side until full lock is reached.
d. Turn steering wheel to center position.
e. Turn off engine.
f. Turn on ignition, and verify that AFS
light and “Check Control” message
go out.
Power window initialization for front
door windows must be performed after
battery has been connected. Initialize
power windows as follows:
a. Open door window glass completely.
b. Hold power window switch in
“Open” position for 15–20 seconds.
c. Close door window glass completely.
d. After door window glass has closed
completely, release switch and then
hold switch in “Close” position for
approximately one second.
e. Open door window glass completely.
f. After door window glass has
opened completely, release switch
and then hold switch in “Open” position for approximately one second.
g. Close door window glass completely.
h. After door window glass has closed
completely, release switch and then
hold switch in “Close” position for
approximately one second.
i. Verify operation of one-touch control function, anti-trapping protection, and comfort function.
j. Repeat procedure for opposite window.
Install a suitably programmed scan
tool, and follow manufacturer instructions to clear DTCs that may have
been set when battery was disconnected.
Fig. 1 Battery cover flap removal
Fig. 2 Power distributor removal
Fig. 3 Power distributor removal
Fig. 4 Battery removal
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