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#1 (permalink) Old 01-30-2010, 03:16 PM
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im having issues with my gauges i have a 92 356 and i originally thought fuse problem, changed the fuses still nothing. changed the cluster with a 94 and the tac is working but still nothing. tried resetting the cluster but after it did all the tests and everything i still had nothing anyone have any ideas????
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#2 (permalink) Old 01-30-2010, 03:31 PM
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Could you clarify? Is it a 325i? There's no 356. Maybe it's a simple wire or connector issue?

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Welcome to the Werkz. Good luck with the problem. If you give the gurus enough information they can help you with most problems.
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does anyone kno if a rear spring swap from a 94 e30 to a 92 e36 is possible if yes how much labor do u think it will take and any links on do it yourself directions????
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The rear suspension on an E30 is composed with semi trailing arms. The E36 (except for the 3.xxti hatchback, which uses the same as the E30) has a multi link set up it's; unlikely that the springs would be the same.

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