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Old 11-30-2005, 04:07 PM   #1 (permalink)
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What' s the clock thing?

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I'm just wondering if anyone can tell me what the clock thing is next to my service lights? It show about 9 o'clock and comes on with the ignition and goes out after a few seconds. I think it's something to do with the brakes if anyone can confirm that???

If so, i'll fix it when i reset my airbag light after cleaning my seats. (I took them out!) I knew not to turn on the ignition really! Not recommended people, if you must do this, leave your keys out of the ignition!

P.s., I think i have to have that rest with the tool, anyone know any cheats like with the service lights???


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Old 11-30-2005, 05:11 PM   #2 (permalink)
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here take a look here this link might help you out

http://www.bimmerwerkz.com/forum/mai...-faq-4941.html
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Cheers Furious, i'm still not sure though, maybe it's brakes, maybe it just come up with the inspection light, although i still have all my green service lights except one!

Thanks for reply anyway though!

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well describe the light again, im unclear what you mean, its probably the brake wear light but id like to help if i can
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ok mate cheers. In the link you provided, if you have a look at the first big image you come to, you can see the clock thingy above the fourth green service light next to the inspection lamp. I think it possibly is something to do with the brakes as i have a bit of steering wheel wobble under braking, indicating my disc's are warped. If so, is this pad wear ( for the light to show ) I would have thought that would come up next to the parking light on the clocks? I do appreciate your help here, thank you.

P.s. Do you know any cheats for the airbag light?
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ohh, that light has to do with the service indicator, basically your probably around or past the correct service interval.
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