Price martch

BMW Cruise Control Parts

Quality is a BMW prerequisite that the brand has made a priority throughout their history. They have an extensive product line, which has allowed them to develop into a global industry leader, and more specifically, with their cruise control parts and components. The most regular issue your BMW’s with cruise control is failure to engage and maintain a set speed. Depending on the year and model of your BMW, special tools like a voltmeter and vacuum tester can be required for troubleshooting the issue. The first thing to do is inspect the cruise control fuse. Find the fuse box below the driver's console. It has a plastic cover that can be taken off. Inspect the inside diagram to find out which fuse you need to examine. Probe both sides of the fuse. If one or neither lights the check light, the fuse is faulty and replace. Inspect the cruise control operation after swapping the fuse. If it works, no further repairs are essential. If not, go on with the following steps. Do a visual inspection of all wiring relating to the cruise control system in your BMW. Look for any melted insulation, broken wires, burned wires and twisted wires without a wire connector. Fix any wire damage with the splicing and wire connecting tool and the right size wire connector for the wire you are repairing. Use a wiring diagram and a voltmeter to find wires going to the controller. Your service manual will tell you what the voltage should be. If you have questions about BMW’s cruise control parts or components, the FCP Euro team and website are always accessible.

BMW Cruise Control Parts Online

Examine your BMW’s brake to see if these are out of adjustment, the voltage cannot get to the parts down stream with enough power to manage the cruise control. These can be adjusted by using your BMW’s manual for the proper position. For vacuum-operated systems, you will need to perform different steps than those used for an electronic. First, start your BMW’s engine. Using your vacuum gauge, test for vacuum at the vacuum line to the servo. Vacuum should read 10 inches of mercury at idle speed. If you cannot find these parts, use your service manual to find them. Visually review for vacuum leaks in the release hose and valve. Replace the hose if leaking. Use the digital voltammeter to inspect the resistance of the servo solenoid windings. Examine your BMW’s manual for the proper readings. Test for a vacuum leak at the servo. If the results of these examinations are good, the controller is most likely faulty. FCP Euro's experienced and expert call center staff is available and ready to answer any questions you have. If you are uncertain about which cruise control part or component is needed for your BMW, FCP has a massive catalog for the BMW brand. Check out the FCP Euro website for all parts, as well as our updated inventory. If you have questions, would like to put in a phone order, or just have feedback, do not waver in giving FCP Euro a call at 877-634-0063 to connect with our service friendly team.

↑ Take It to the Top ↑