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Old 06-11-2008, 08:02 AM   #1 (permalink)
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'88 320i overheat light stuck on

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my overhead display panel is showing overheat. the dash temp gauge works and i have had it looked at and its not overheating. any ideas on th light?

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Old 06-11-2008, 08:35 AM   #2 (permalink)
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overheat light?

i know there are brake warning lights, lamp failure, low coolant, low engine oil, and low beam. But i've never seen an overheat light there...

hmmm... what do u have automatic or manual? and when does the light come on?
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there is a large rectangle on the lefthand side of the display pannel and the overheat is a light at the bottom of that rectangle. they other lights are in a group of 9 i think. when i get home will paste a photo.

The light comes on when i get to "on" with the ignition. pressing the reset button on the pannel doesnt do anything.

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The large rectangle is the seat belt light, right?
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i also have this problem it bugs me alot please help!! i have 320i 89' Japan model
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correct me if i am wrong.... but that might be a tranny "overheat" light.
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