Question about 1998 BMW 7 Series
Hi! If it's not the fuses then it's gotta be the PCM (powertrain control module). If the PCM is faulty everything else fails for the PCM has connectivity on all electrical current that runs inside the car including the engine, transmission, accesories, etc. You will need to have it resetted for it to work normally again. Hope this helps and thank you for using FixYa!
Posted on Sep 18, 2010
Hello. Many times even though a fuse looks good, it is not. Therefore, check your manual and locate the fuse that controls the radio, GPS etc. Change it even if it looks good. IF that does not fix it, call your local autoelectric shop. These shops have every electrical schematic on line, and every gauge, test device, etc to find your problem and fix it in no time. J.
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