BMW 5 Series Owners & Service Manuals

BMW 5 Series: Adjusting

General information

Depending on the package and country version, various settings are available for the vehicle key functions.

These settings are stored for the driver profile currently used.

Unlocking

Doors

Via iDrive:

1. "My Vehicle".

2. "Vehicle settings".

3. "Doors/Key".

4. "Driver's door" or "All doors".

5. Select the desired setting:

  • "Driver's door only" Only the driver's door and the fuel filler flap are unlocked. Pressing again unlocks the entire vehicle.
  • "All doors"
    The entire vehicle is unlocked.

Trunk lid

Depending on the vehicle equipment and country version, this setting may not be offered.

Via iDrive:

1. "My Vehicle".

2. "Vehicle settings".

3. "Doors/Key".

4. "Tailgate" or door(s)"Tailgate and door(s)".

5. Select the desired setting:

  • "Tailgate"
    The trunk lid is opened.
  • "Tailgate and door(s)" The trunk lid is opened and the doors are unlocked.

Adjusting the last seat, mirror, and steering wheel position

Via iDrive:

1. "My Vehicle".

2. "Driver profiles".

3. Select driver profile.

driverThe setting can be made for the driver profile marked with this symbol.

4. "Last seat position automatic"

When the vehicle is unlocked, the driver's seat and exterior mirrors resume their last set positions.

When the drive-ready state is switched on, the steering wheel is moved to its last set position.

The most recent position is independent of the positions saved via the seat memory.

Confirmation signals from the vehicle

Via iDrive:

1. "My Vehicle".

2. "Vehicle settings".

3. "Doors/Key".

4. Deactivate or activate the desired confirmation signals:

  • "Flash for lock/unlock" Unlocking is signaled by two flashes, locking by one.
  • With alarm system:
    "Acoustic signal for lock/unlock" Unlocking is signaled by two honks of the horn, locking by one.

Automatic locking

Via iDrive:

1. "My Vehicle".

2. "Vehicle settings".

3. "Doors/Key".

4. Select the desired setting:

  • "Lock automatically" The vehicle locks automatically after a while if no door is opened after unlocking.
  • "Lock after starting to drive" The vehicle locks automatically after you drive off.

Automatic unlocking

Via iDrive:

1. "My Vehicle".

2. "Vehicle settings".

3. "Doors/Key".

4. "Unlock at end of trip".

After drive-ready state is switched off by pressing the Start/Stop button, the locked vehicle is automatically unlocked.

Folding mirrors automatically

Via iDrive:

1. "My Vehicle".

2. "Vehicle settings".

3. "Doors/Key".

4. "Fold mirrors in when locked".

The exterior mirrors are automatically folded in during locking.

Establishing idle state after opening the front doors

Via iDrive:

1. "My Vehicle".

2. "Vehicle settings".

3. "Doors/Key".

4. "Turn off after door opening".

Opening the front doors establishes the idle state.

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