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How do I remove the dashboard on my bmw r1200c to replace the abs light bulbs?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you can remove the cluster and buy the bulb separate as far as the brake light it is either the float is bad in the master cyl. or you have low frt brake pads
Posted on Nov 24, 2008
remove steering wheel (17mm hex nut)
remove screws from dash cluster(3 on bottom. 2 on top)
Unplug connections to cluster
Tilt towards you and pull up, and that it!
Trust me , you want to take the steering wheel off , makes the job much easier!
Posted on Jan 12, 2009
On the side of the headlight assembly there is a lever sticking out with a checkered section just above it you have to push the checkered part (it's the release for the mechanism) then lift it up and slide it forward, but be ready to catch it when it slides out. Next remove the connectors on the back and pull it all the way out. I usually set it on a towel or something so it wont roll around while working on it. Getting it back in is trickier though because you have to line the tracks up perfectly when you slide it in otherwise it'll bind up on you. If you search the DIY on vwvortex there's a pile of good info to make your life easier.
Posted on Feb 01, 2009
it could be the bulbs, but also could be different fuses as well. they can be replaced but the dash may have to be taken apart for this.
Posted on Feb 23, 2009
if you changed the asc module, the module has to be programmed/coded after replacement. If it was a new part there should be no problem programming the new control unit. I would recommend taking the vehicle to the dealership to allow them to program the control unit.If you have access to the programming don't forget to take the asc module out of "end of belt line mode" and most likely the steering angle sensor will have to be aligned
Posted on May 03, 2009
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