my rear number (licence) plate light has gone out and i have the error codes on the OBC, how do i get it to it so that i can remove it and change the bulb..... i know its in the region of the tool box area wherre by you remove the carpet but from there its practically unreachable, or am i looking in the wrong area... need help quick the cops keep pulling me over. :
Well, on my last trip to Peru, I stuffed a baby one in my pants...got through security and onto the plane with no issues. Damn, those little buggers have sharp teeth and claws! I think I have permanemt scars on my 'unit'(it must have thought that was a big, sturdy branch to swing from).
I did try to make it procreate once, but no matter how much water I poured on it, no more would sprout up...I just don't understand it. Someone did say something about it needing a 'mate' though...not quite sure what that's supposed to mean.
hey guys, been probably a year since i've posted here! i just replaced my license plate lights with white LEDs, it still throws an obc code, but to me thats worth the look..
i'll post a DIY and some before and afters once i get my new wheels on
<span style='font-family:Arial'><span style='font-size:14pt;line-height:100%'>T-Mac</span>
95' BMW 325is Jet Black, 5 speed
Xtec 6000k HID kit, DDE Enhanced, Euro Ellipsoids, M3 Front Bumper, Color-matched rear,
Alpine Mp3/CD, 20% tint, M3 Contour Rims, Smoked Corners, front lip
Clear Side markers, K&N Performance Filter, Debaffle, Color-matched side skirts</span>
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