BMW 5 Series Owners & Service Manuals

BMW 5 Series: Local CAN

In the G30 the following Local Controller Area Networks are available with the corresponding equipment:

  • Local CAN from electronic transmission control (EGS) to the gear selector switch (GWS).
  • Local CAN from the camera-based driver assistance system KAFAS to the Parking Maneuver Assistant (PMA).
  • Local CAN from the optional equipment system (SAS) to the radar sensor, front right (RSR).
  • Local CAN from the optional equipment system (SAS) to the radar sensor, front left (RSL) and lane change warning (secondary) (SWW2).
  • Local CAN from the lane change warning (primary) (SWW) also know as the Short Range Radar Sensor (SRR) to the radar sensor, right (RSR), to the radar sensor, left (RSL), and to the lane change warning (secondary) (SWW2) also know as the Short Range Radar Sensor (SRR2).

The control units on the local CAN are not displayed in the bus overview by the BMW diagnosis system ISTA. Diagnosis takes place via the corresponding primary control unit.

The local CAN buses have a data transfer rate of 500 kBit/s.

USB

The following USB interfaces are provided in the G30 depending on the vehicle equipment:

  • In the center console (standard)
  • In the center armrest
  • In the base plate
  • USB interface in Rear Seat Entertainment

Diagnosis access OBD2

The vehicle diagnosis via D-CAN is effected using the OBD2 interface. The Ethernet access for the vehicle programming is also located in the OBD2 interface.

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