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Testing procedure for emissions test (AU) on diesel vehicles with OBD
BMW and MINI
In Germany from 1 October 2005, the emissions test (AU) for diesel vehicles with OBD
must be carried out in a new test category
"Diesel with OBD".
In addition to the current opacity measurement, the following OBD data will be read out
from the engine control unit and evaluated by the Generic ScanTool integrated in the
Exhaust gas indicator lamp status
Test readiness indicator
The engine data needed for the measurements, for example engine temperature and
engine speed, no longer need to be recorded by separate sensors, such as the oil
temperature probe or engine speed signal (TD) or battery voltage harmonic wave, but
rather are read into the test program from the OBD data.
E87 / 1-Series
E65 / 7-Series
E46 / 3-Series
E83 / X3
E90 / 3-Series
E53 / X5
E60 / 5-Series
E61 / 5-Series
1. Diesel vehicles with On-Board Diagnosis (OBD)
All BMW and MINI diesel vehicles produced for the European market from 1 September
2003 equipped with OBD as prescribed in the EU must be tested in the new test category
"Diesel with OBD".
The diesel model X5 3.0d in the E53, only with automatic transmission and
option 200 "Diesel particulate filter", will also be produced from 1 October
2005 with EURO 4 technology.
In this version, an OBD is integrated in the DDE control unit. As a result, these
vehicles models also have to be tested in the new test category "Diesel with
The new BMW 8-cylinder diesel models BMW 745d launched in 04/2005 as
the E65 / MÜ, BMW code HM 61 and HM 62 as equipped with OBD as part of
the EURO 4 technology and therefore have to be tested in the new test
category "Diesel with OBD".
SI Testing procedure for emissions test (AU) on diesel vehicles with OBD BMW and MI
BMW AG - TIS
Issue status (12/2007) Valid only until next DVD is issued
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