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Could be many things, but fuel pressure regulator, leaking injectors are most likely. DO NOT DRIVE UNTIL FIXED. If the fuel is really getting into the oil pan, oil will be diluted and could damage engine bearings.
I fix a lot of clusters. Most of the time it is just a bad connection at the plug. Since you 3 unrelated things, I would guess at this is your problem. Moist bezels around the dash just pop off. You'll have to remove the kick panel under the steering wheel fist, it has screws on the bottom. Just look at the bezels and see if you find any screws
you can't. there's those star nuts that are supposed to do it, but they don't work. You can access the star legs through the access hole on the drum. spin them till the drum stops. Test the hand brake and you'll find it still doesn't stop the car while moving. BMW engineering.....brilliant.
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.
the only problem is the floater of your gas tank.It is easy to be fixed all you need to do is to take the back seat off and you will going to see the upper portion of your gas tank there's a circular or square portion plate that have a 4 bolt's on it and a electrical wire just loose the bolt's and pull the floater up, then you will see there it's electrical mechanism just clean it by using a sand paper to clean the bronze part then turn on the key switch, move the floater up and down check the gas gauge. it is not pricey though if you want it to be fixed by a mechanic.
there should be a dial to control the center vents. i believe its in between the vents or just below it. it should have blue and red marks on it. move the dial towards the blue indicator and the air should now be cool. in cold weather, move this dial towards the red indicators for warm air. you can adjust temp at these vents by moving the dial between red & blue.
Your description of the problem is not very clear. It seems as if your temp gauge does not work, or does not indicate the correct temperature.
If you disconnect the wire from the sensor unit and put it to battery negative (ground), the gauge should move to the full hot position. If this does not happen the best chance is that the gauge does not work. If it does work, the sensor is faulty. In a very unlikely situation, the wire could be faulty..
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What you are looking at is the Service Indicator. The green, yellow and red lights let you know when service needs to be performed. The green lights mean everything is still good. The yellow lights mean "anytime you're ready." The red lights mean do the service ASAP. There are also two other lighted areas. One says "inspection," the other says "oil change" (or oil service.) An oil change is an oil change. However, there are two inspections: Inspection 1 is normally at every other 15,000 miles; Inspections 2 is at every 30,000 miles. Your local BMW dealer should have a pamphlet listing all duties performed for each of the services. Inspection 2 can run you around $400-$800 depending on the service station/dealership's labor rates. Inspections 1 should be around 1/2 of that. You should have your oil changed about every 5000 miles. Dealership oil changes can range from $35-$65. A BMW that is well taken care of will last a long time.
FYI, don't be surprised if the SI (service indicator) board decides to **** out one day. I'm surprised to see yours is still working (they usually die within 10 years unless someone went thru the expense to have it replaced.) If/when it does go, just gauge your services by the mileage intervals I've listed above. I'd also recommend when you stop into (or just call) the dealership, go to the parts department and order an owner's manual for your BMW. Should be less than $20 and get to you in about a week unless they have one in stock. When the service tech has performed the necessary service(s), he will reset your SI board so that only green lights are showing.