The next modification of the BMW 5 series after the E39 was the E60. The car was produced in 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2010 in two body styles: sedan (E60) and station wagon (E61). We will consider the diagrams of relay boxes and fuses for the BMW E60 with a description of the purpose of the elements. Note the cigarette lighter fuse.
Spare fuses and plastic tweezers should be included with the driver’s tool kit. The fuse list for your vehicle is located in the luggage compartment behind the right-hand side cover.
Located in the engine compartment closer to the windshield.
|1||Electronic engine control unit|
|3||Relay for valve lift control unit|
|4||Crankcase ventilation heater relay|
|5||Windshield wiper motor relay|
|6||Outlet air pump relay|
|7||Engine control relay|
|F1||(30A) Engine management|
|F2||(30A) Engine management|
|F5||(30A) Engine management|
|F6||(10A) Engine management|
|F7||(40A) Engine management|
|F10||(5A) Crankcase ventilation heater|
Fuse box is located behind the glove compartment (it can also be called the glove compartment). For access, you need to open 2 latches and slide the protective cover.
Outwardly it should look like this.
There should be a brochure on the top left with the exact description of the fuses.
Detailed designation (numbering from left to right, Type 1)
|F1||(50A) ABS control module|
|F3||(40A) Heater blower motor resistor|
|F5||(50A) Lighting control unit|
|F6||(50A) Lighting control unit|
|F13||(30A) Transfer case control module|
|F14||(30A) Power seat|
|F16||(30A) Windshield wiper motor relay|
|F17||(5A) Steering column control module|
|F20||(20A) Additional heater|
|F21||(30A) Power seat|
|F25||(30A) ABS control module|
|F28||(20A) Steering column control module|
|F30||(20A) Fuel pump|
|F31||(30A) Power seat|
|F33||(30A) Power seat|
|F34||(20A) Multimedia control module|
|F35||(5A) Navigation system|
|F38||(5A) CD changer|
|F40||(10A) DVD changer|
|F41||(7.5A) Instrument cluster control unit|
Fuse and relay box is located on the right-hand side under the skin. For access, the protective cover must be removed. If necessary, first unhook the safety strap.
Real photo of the unit in the luggage compartment of a bmw e60
The original description looks something like this.
|Battery current monitoring relay|
|50||30A headlight washer pump|
|52||40A Active suspension compressor relay|
|53||30A Electric front seats|
|54||40A Heated rear window|
|55||40A Rear door open / close drive control unit|
|56||5A Rain / Sunlight Sensor|
|57||5A Air conditioner / heater fan motor control unit|
|58||20A Rear window cleaner|
|59||5A Antenna Signal Booster|
|61||7.5A Refrigerator, cigarette lighter fuse (up to 09-2005)|
|62||30A Trailer control unit|
|63||20A Additional heater|
|64||15A Air conditioner / heater fan motor control unit|
|66||20A Sunroof electric control unit|
|69||5A Parking system control unit|
|70||10A Obstacle distance sensor (adaptive cruise control)|
|71||30A Multifunction switch assy|
|72||20A 8cyl. petrol: Fuel pump relay|
|73||30A 09/07: Audio system output amplifier|
|77||10A Main display|
|82||7.5A Tire pressure monitoring system control unit|
|83||30A Electric front seats|
|86||40A Power steering|
|87||20A Cigarette lighter fuse (after 09-2005)|
|89||5A Interior rearview mirror with auto-dimming|
Check for a separate box near the 2-cell high-fuse battery pack:
- F92 (100A) – additional electric heater;
- F90 (200A) – fuse box located in the dashboard.