i have a e200, 94 model. I bought the car in germany and all my manuals are in german. this morning a yelow light came on (yellow circle with three dots in each side of the cirle). in my manual it says "bremsflussigkeitsstand zu niedrig, feststellbremse betatight" is possible to tell me what it means?
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Re: yellow light is coming on
Hi, I have just translated the German text you supplied. I says the brake fluid is too low. I recommend you check fluid reservoir level (In engine compartment) If level is already at correct level, it may be due to a faulty level sensor at reservoir. Hope this helps, MMP
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I know some German cars have a "feature" where if you pull the light switch out the whole way, it activates the built in fog lights. I believe in Germany, this is a law, that cars must have this feature. I also believe that if you have this pulled out the whole way, regardless of key position, the lights stay on always. Try ensuring that the light switch is pushed in as much as can be done. Hope this helps.
Hi , it is posable to change the language on the display , it can be tricky to change , unless you can translate german , other than that you should be able to visit a dealer to solve this problem . regards mark
hello there, i have and bmw 3 series 325ia progressive 2009, and with bmw its a matter of luck to have your car well, now have you kept in touch with the bmw department where you bought it ? if you do, and they dont help you, you can send an email to the bmw of germany complaining about your problems, you have to put every single detail, since when you bought ( year, number of series etc,) and they will contact the bmw from where you bought, and im sure they will respect you and if you have look, they could even give discounts on cars. hope i helped you, good look!
The emergency flasher switch contains the relay for the turn signals as well. I work for an Audi dealer. This has been the problem since day one. If both signals don't work, it's the relay. You'll need to buy a new emergency flasher switch. Head to a dealer. They will know exactly what it is. It's not a very expensive part either.
This is the electronic emmobiliser symbol.The key has a little chip in it that is encoded when starting to verify that it is authentic.See an Audi dealer to have it recoded or order a new one from Germany.Not cheap i'm afraid.