BMW 3 Owners & Service Manuals

BMW 3: Equipotential bonding

The low-resistance connection between the housing of the high-voltage battery unit and ground is a crucial prerequisite for the fault-free function of the integrated isolation monitoring. This is why it is important to observe the correct tightening torque for all assembly screws. It is also important to ensure that neither the housing of the high-voltage battery unit nor the body at the respective bore holes/threads is painted, corroded or dirty. The bare metal must be exposed if necessary before the assembly screws can be mounted.

If the low-resistance connection between the high-voltage battery unit and the body ground is insufficient, then a possible isolation fault remains unnoticed and cannot be detected by the isolation monitoring. In the event of a fault, there is the potential danger of an electric shock.

Overview

When mounting the mounting bolts and equipotential bonding screws, the exact procedure must be observed:

  • Clean contact surfaces and screw hole threads and have them checked by a second person
  • Tighten assembly screws to specified torque
  • Have torque checked by second person
  • Both persons must record this in the vehicle records for the correctness of the version. The "Form for equipotential bonding screw connections" is provided in ISTA application for this purpose.

System wiring diagram

Overview
G20 PHEV, system wiring diagram for high-voltage battery unit in the high-voltage network

  1. Electric A/C compressor (EKK)
  2. Electrical heating
  3. Electric motor
  4. High voltage disconnect (rescue disconnect)
  5. Electric Motor Electronics (EME)
  6. Evaluation circuit for test signal of the high-voltage interlock loop in the Electrical Machine Electronics
  7. Advanced Crash Safety Module (ACSM)
  8. High-voltage safety connector ("Service Disconnect")
  9. Voltage supply for power distribution box, rear right (30B)
  10. Intelligent battery sensor (IBS2)
  11. Auxiliary battery
  12. Safety battery terminal (SBK2)
  13. Clock generator for the test signal of the high-voltage interlock loop in the battery management electronics (SME)
  14. Evaluation circuit for test signal of the high-voltage interlock loop in the battery management electronics (SME)
  15. Battery management electronics (SME)
  16. Cell modules of the high-voltage battery unit
  17. Electromagnetic switch contactor
  18. High-voltage battery unit
  19. Convenience charging electronics (KLE)
  20. Charging socket

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