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Why are my intrument gauges frozen in my 1999 bmw 323i, cluster lights up, no digital read for odometer and milage

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theres a fuse on the back side of these that will somtimes burn out to

Posted on Mar 21, 2009



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SOURCE: 1999 323i BMW

I finally fixed this problem!  Not sure if it will work for everyone but it did for me.  My new mechanic said there is an electronic 10 pin connector hooked up to the throttle body and mine had 2-3 pins that weren't making a good connection....THAT'S IT!

Posted on May 11, 2009



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SOURCE: Instrument cluster not showing odometer and

It could be the voltage regulator for your instrument cluster is the problem.

Posted on Jul 20, 2009


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SOURCE: cluster not working on the 2001 bmw 325i

check wiring harness for fuse links usually under hood in engine compartment buy fuse/relay box also check relays for corrosion on sockets

Posted on Nov 24, 2009


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SOURCE: How to reset brake light after changing pads.

once you have replaced the brake pads and a new sensor , turn on the ignition without starting the engine for approx 45 seconds and the warning light will reset itself , regards mark

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