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Brakes

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Brake booster check valve

Brake booster check valve


The check valve in the brake booster vacuum line prevents
contamination from engine backfires and other sources from
entering the brake booster. The check valve is attached to brake
booster.

Remove left engine compartment cover. See 020 Maintenance.

Pump brake pedal a few times to reduce vacuum in brake booster.


This makes removal of check valve easier.

Remove non-return valve (A) from brake booster.

Unlock quick release coupling (B) to remove vacuum line.

Installation is reverse of removal:


Check sealing ring on brake booster and replace if needed.
Make sure that quick release coupling is latched correctly

On Valvetronic engines, an auxiliary pump is used to supply vacuum


to the brake booster, rather than using traditional manifold vacuum.
Vacuum pump location varies based on engine application.

Brake booster vacuum pump removing and


installing (N20, N26 engine)

Camshaft-driven vacuum pump, mounted to rear of cylinder head.

Remove engine cover and foam insulator on top of engine.


See 020 Maintenance.

Remove bulkhead cover and strut tower brace. See 020


Maintenance.

Disconnect vacuum line (arrow) from vacuum pump (A).


NOTE
Bracket (B) shown removed for clarity

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BRAKE BOOSTER VACUUM PUMP

340-20

Brakes

Brake booster vacuum pump removing and installing (N55 engine)

Working between bulk head and engine, release positive battery


cable from clip (A).

Release fastener (B) and pull vacuum line off of turbocharger


wastegate control unit.

Release fastener (C) and remove vacuum pump towards rear pulling
off of the engine.

Check seal (A) for damage before reinstalling.


Lightly lubricate seal before reinstalling vacuum pump.

Align vacuum pump motor (C) to key way on camshaft (B).


NOTE
Vacuum pump can be installed more easily by rotating and
pressing in at the same time.

Remainder of installation is reverse of removal.

Brake booster vacuum pump removing and


installing (N55 engine)

Chain-driven vacuum pump, mounted on lower left side of the


engine block, together with the high pressure fuel pump.
BMW special tools are recommended to lock the sprocket in place
when removing the sprocket center bolt. Read the procedure
through before beginning the job.

Remove engine drive belt. Remove drive belt tensioner. See 020
Maintenance.

Brakes

340-21

Brake booster vacuum pump removing and installing (N55 engine)

Working at lower front of engine, pry out sealing cover for oil pump
chain tensioner. Use drift at position indicated in photo to tap side of
cover in. Note installed depth prior to removing.

Pry out sealing cover for vacuum pump sprocket. Use drift at
approximately 7 oclock position to tap side of cover in. Note
installed depth prior to removing.

Remove high pressure pump from vacuum pump housing. See 130
Fuel Injection.

Disconnect vacuum line from vacuum pump.

Unlock and disconnect electrical connector from vacuum pump


housing.

Rotate crankshaft at center vibration damper bolt until vacuum pump


sprocket holes line up with sprocket fasteners.

Lock vacuum pump sprocket in place.


Thread BMW special tool 11 8 650 into cylinder block.
Mount BMW special tool 11 0 290 to pump sprocket as shown.

Loosen and remove sprocket center bolt (A).

Working through vacuum pump sprocket opening, use a screwdriver


to carefully press tensioning rail (A) in several times until oil is
drained.

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NOTE
BMW specifies special press tools for removing and installing
sealing covers. Alternatively, a drift can be used to tap on side of
the cover to pivot it out of its bore. Have new covers on hand for
installation.

340-22

Brakes

Parking brake components

Press oil pump chain tensioning rail (A) fully in and lock in place
using suitable pin/drift.

Remove pump mounting screws. Use care to not let screws fall into
cylinder block.

Remove vacuum pump towards rear.

Installation is reverse of removal, noting the following:


Replace pump gasket.
Use new sealing covers and install to original installed depth.
Tightening torque
Vacuum pump to engine
Vacuum pump sprocket to pump shaft

10 Nm (7 ft-lb)
66 Nm (49 ft-lb)

PARKING BRAKE
Parking brake components
1. Parking brake bowden cable
2. Expanding lock
3. Adjuster
4. Brake shoe hardware
5. Brake shoes
6. Backing plate
7. Spring clip
8. Bowden cable bracket

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020 Maintenance

Features:
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Front-to-rear fluid and lubricant service, including xDrive transfer
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Cylinder head cover gasket and crankshaft seal replacement.
Cooling system, thermostat and radiator service.
Fuel and ignition system diagrams and explanations for turbovalvetronic-direct injection (TVDI) engines.
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Suspension repairs, including wheel bearing replacement.
Brakes, steering and ABS troubleshooting and repair.
Heating and air-conditioning repair, including A/C component
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Body
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Retractable hardtop
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Drive axle, driveshaft and


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260 Driveshafts,
310 Front Suspension,
330 Rear Suspensions

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Gasoline:

N20 engine: 428i, including xDrive


N26 (SULEV) engine: 428i including xDrive
N55 engine: 435i including xDrive

Transmissions covered (remove, install, external service):


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