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If you can afford a BMW, you can afford to go on ebay and buy an owner's manual for about 5 bucks. Questions such as this are addressed in the manual, which should be kept in the glove box for future reference.

Posted on Oct 07, 2010

  • rhosbud Oct 08, 2010

    Not my BMW belongs to a co-worker who does not have a manual; just trying to be helpful which you were not.

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