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BMW Owners manual. 1998 BMW 318i 4DR E36 BMW
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these system all have a common control module, so the lights are related to a single part failure, since parts cost a tidy amount of cash for this car have the dealer use there special scanner and see what trouble code is stored for the problem, whenever the lights are on there will be a trouble code stored by the control module.
sounds to me like a faulty instrument cluster. With the "ppppppp" displayed in the readout means that the cluster is missing its coding. So if this is happening intermittentntly it would point to an internal cluster issue.
Replace the Oxygen sensor. All your trouble codes are downstream of the oxygen sensor, and are related to it.
Once you replace the oxygen sensor (replace with a BOSCH sensor!), remove the positive battery cable, step on your brakes for 10 seconds, then reattach the cable. This will clear the codes from your ECM (Electronic Control Module).