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Old 08-16-2003, 11:48 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I just bought a 97 328i and my controls for the AC/Heat temp are in Celcius and i would like to change it to Farenhieght....is there a way to do this...if so how is it done. Thanks!
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it is in the manuel under where it talks about setting the clock and all the functions. Its called ambassador mode. I forget how but i think you go to it and then hit the little reset like button.
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oh yeah....i dont have a manual for the car yet..
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if you can wait till tommarow ill tell you then.
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also you can take the degrees in celsius and multiply it by 9. then divide by 5. then add 32. that should be your conversion.
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I just bought a 97 328i and my controls for the AC/Heat temp are in Celcius and i would like to change it to Farenhieght....is there a way to do this...if so how is it done. Thanks!
Yes, hold the trip odometer button in while turning key to position 1. I had to reset me trip setting to zero first. It changes dash and climite displays. I have a '97 528i.
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That doesn't work on mine, just does a test and show a bunch of #s, part of the vin and such.
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