1998 BMW 750IL

1998 BMW 750IL
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750IL Troubleshooting
Starts on 6 cylinders
1991, fires on 6 cylinders, then quickly shuts
down. not sure if this is a cam sensor problem....
1991, ticking sound just recently started.
also speed, rpm, temp & gas gages not
Fuel Delivery
1991, The car has been in storage for long
periods of time and now it won't start. Is it

Engine size - Displacement - Engine capacity:5000 cm3
Transmission Gearbox - Number of speeds:Automatic
Fuel Type:Gasoline
Drive wheels - Traction - Drivetrain:FR or RR
Price (out of date):$23500

1998 BMW 750IL specs, Engine size 5.0l., Fuel type Gasoline, Drive wheels FR or RR, Transmission Gearbox Automatic

The BMW E38 automobile platform was the basis for the 1994 through 2001 BMW 7 Series automobiles. It replaced the BMW E32 in 1995 and itself was replaced by the BMW E65/ E66 for the 2002 model year. While the E38 is known to be a maintenance intensive vehicle,the V-12 750 model is more trouble free in this generation of 7 series than in the previous E32 model. It is not unusual to find this particular model driven more than 200,000miles (320,000km).[citation needed]

The E38 models were offered with either a five-speed automatic or manual transmission; 740i 740iL and 750i/ iL had a 5-speed ZF automatic standard, 730d and 740d a GM-sourced five-speed automatic. The engine variants in Europe were 725tds, 728i, 730i, 730d, 735i, 740i (4.0 and 4.4 L), 740d and 750i (with a 5.4L 322bhp (240kW) engine, as was used in the Rolls-Royce Silver Seraph).

In the Americas, the models were sold as the 740i, 740iL and 750iL. The 740i and 740iL share the same 4.4L V8 engine. The 740iL is essentially a long-wheelbase 740i (hence the "L" in the model name). The considerably rarer 5.4L V12-powered 750iL was only available as a long-body. The 750iL was BMW's flagship sedan.

Features of the E38 7 Series included high-pressure headlight washers, auto-leveling xenon HID headlamps, power moonroof, a sound system with 14 speakers and four subwoofers as well as 6-disc CD changer, onboard satellite navigation and rain-sensing wipers. Other features included an automatic climate control system with separate controls for the driver and passenger, a three-position memory system for the driver’s seat, safety-belt height, new steering wheel and outside mirrors. Front-seat side airbags and a Head Protection System (HPS) were also standard. The car featured an all-leather interior with burl walnut trim. The continuous-motion Active Comfort Seat technology was introduced in 1998 to improve comfort and reduce fatigue for the driver and front passenger.

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