2004 BMW Z4 Roadster 2.5i Owners Manual and Maintenance Guide

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2004 BMW Z4 Roadster 2.5i Owners Manual and Maintenance Guide

  • Notes
    • About this Owner\’s Manual
    • Symbols used
    • Symbol on vehicle parts
    • Your individual vehicle
    • Status of the Owner\’s Manual
    • For your own safety
    • Service and warranty
  • Reporting safety defects
  • Cockpit
    • Control elements
    • Instrument cluster
    • Indicator and warning lamps
  • Opening and closing
    • Keys
    • Central locking system
    • Remote control
    • Door lock
    • Interior
    • Luggage compartment lid
    • Luggage compartment
    • Electric power windows
    • Manual convertible top
    • Fully automatic convertible top*
    • Wind deflector*
    • Alarm system*
  • Adjustments
    • Safe seating position
    • Seats
    • Seat memory*
    • Seat heating*
    • Safety belts
    • Steering wheel
    • Mirrors
    • Vehicle Memory, Key Memory
  • Transporting children safely
    • Children on the passenger\’s seat
    • Installing child-restraint systems
  • Driving
    • Ignition lock
    • Engine
    • Parking brake
    • Manual transmission
    • Automatic transmission with Steptronic*
    • Sequential manual gearbox SMG*
    • Driving Dynamic Control
    • Electric Power Steering EPS
    • Turn signal indicators/ Headlamp flasher
    • Washer/wiper system and rainsensor*
    • Cruise control*
  • Lamps
    • Parking lamps/Low beams
    • High beams/Standing lamps
    • Instrument lighting
    • Fog lamps
    • Interior lamps
  • Everything under control
    • Odometer
    • Tachometer
    • Fuel gauge
    • Engine coolant temperature gauge
    • Service interval display
    • Outside temperature
    • Clock
    • Computer*
  • Technology for safety and driving convenience
    • Dynamic Stability Control DSC
    • Brake force display
    • Antilock Brake System ABS
    • Flat Tire Monitor
    • Airbags
  • Controlling the climate for pleasant driving
    • Air conditioning
    • Automatic climate control*
  • Interior conveniences
    • Glove compartment
    • Storage compartments
    • Beverage holder
    • Preparations for the cellular phone*
    • Ashtray*
  • Special operating instructions
    • Break-in procedures
    • Driving notes
    • Brake system
    • Cargo loading
    • Hardtop preparation*
  • Refueling
    • Fuel filler door
    • Fuel specifications
  • Wheels and tires
    • Tire inflation pressure
    • Tire coding
    • Tire condition
    • Wheel and tire replacement
    • Run Flat tires
    • Snow chains*
  • In the engine compartment
    • Hood
    • Engine compartment
    • Washer fluids for washer systems
    • Engine oil
    • Coolant
    • Brake fluid
  • Maintenance
    • The BMW Maintenance System
    • Care
  • Laws and regulations
    • California Proposition 65 warning
    • OBD interface socket
  • Replacement procedures
    • Onboard tool kit
    • Windshield wiper blades
    • Lamps and bulbs
    • Changing a wheel
    • Battery
    • Fuses
  • Giving and receiving assistance
    • Receiving assistance
    • Warning triangle*
    • First-aid kit*
    • Jump-starting
    • Towing the vehicle
  • Technical data
    • Engine data
    • Weights
    • Dimensions
    • Capacities
  • Everything from A to Z
    • Index
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