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      12-03-2019, 12:27 AM   #1
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Shifter not going into M/S

Noticed today that the shifter wouldn't go into sport mode. Ive tried looking things up but most of the results are for the older manual shifter not the new electronic one. Anyone know solutions to fix this? P,R,N,D all work and shift great just the shifter doesn't go into M/S.
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      12-03-2019, 02:38 AM   #2
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there's a tab in the shifter to move over to sport or manual. my guess is that broke. you can open the shifter up to see if you can glue the broken part back on
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      12-03-2019, 12:58 PM   #3
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Search harder! j/k But I know between this forum and 'the other one' I found a couple diff threads and posted in them when I had same issue on my 2012 X5 50 Msport.
Mine was preceded by intermittent clicking (of solenoid?), and M/S mode intermittently not available until it just finally wouldn't allow it at all ever. All other functions worked fine.

My solution was to locate another shifter from same year vehicle in a junkyard in the next state, and have it shipped to me. Replacement is a simple swap, just pay attention to removal of trim components to get it out, don't drop any screws deep into the driveline hump, and swap all the electrical harness plugs correctly. I found a schematic of the trim components needing to be removed (I think on one of those threads) which was very helpful.

OK here you go:
My thread:
https://www.xbimmers.com/forums/show....php?t=1610330
This one has the schematic:
https://www.xbimmers.com/forums/show....php?t=1482128
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Search harder! j/k But I know between this forum and 'the other one' I found a couple diff threads and posted in them when I had same issue on my 2012 X5 50 Msport.
Mine was preceded by intermittent clicking (of solenoid?), and M/S mode intermittently not available until it just finally wouldn't allow it at all ever. All other functions worked fine.

My solution was to locate another shifter from same year vehicle in a junkyard in the next state, and have it shipped to me. Replacement is a simple swap, just pay attention to removal of trim components to get it out, don't drop any screws deep into the driveline hump, and swap all the electrical harness plugs correctly. I found a schematic of the trim components needing to be removed (I think on one of those threads) which was very helpful.

OK here you go:
My thread:
https://www.xbimmers.com/forums/show....php?t=1610330
This one has the schematic:
https://www.xbimmers.com/forums/show....php?t=1482128
Thank you very much! Greatly appreciated!
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