Question about BMW 323
There is a short in the connections so the hazard lights are flashing.
The hazard flashers may begin flashing by themselves or the turn signals may flash at twice the normal speed due to condensation shorting out the circuit board.
Have you tried disconnecting the car battery, then turning the ignition on and reconnecting the battery? If not then please try this and check.And see if that makes any difference in the problem or solves the problem.---------
Also you can try disabling the hazards from flashing. To stop the hazards flashing pull the hazard switch out (pull the gear leaver gaiter out then you can put your fingers under the switch and push it out) then you will see a single wire in a black sleeving, cut this wire and this will stop them flashing.Also the alarm is behind the glove-box if you want to unplug it there.
Keep updated for anymore query.Thanks.
Posted on Oct 12, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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