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| Originally posted by Slvr e39@Mar 18 2005, 12:10 PM |
Hmm...there is a slight possibility it is the radar detector simply because it is an electrical device inside of a very sophisticated electrical car, unless you are a mechanic or REALLY know what your doing, you have no choice but to take it to a dealership or a good BMW mechanic. Good luck... Does it still do it when the radar detector is unplugged?
| Originally posted by Cellardoor@Mar 18 2005, 12:15 PM |
Dude that sucks about the instruments, sorry i cant help with that . But you should go to boston town hall and i think u can get a form for them to reinburse u for fucking up your tires! my friends mom had the same thing happen to her here in RI and she got compleatly reinbused. just a suggestion good luck with everthing.
| Originally posted by 2001BMW325xi@Mar 18 2005, 12:58 PM |
Sorry about your instrumentation but two things:
One disconnecting the battery and reconnecting is perfectly alright to try but remember you ahve to have everything shut of.....the car, the ignition the keys out and evrything close.....disconnect and reconnect as soon as possible....it should be okay....I had done that once when my temperature gauge just kept blinking and beeping in one cold day. It was good as new after the battery reboot.
Second regarding the reimbursement...dunno which place gave the other guy's mom her money back....the city is not responsible for that kind of stuff unless the damage was from an on going construction or similar sitiuation. Just a word of caution ..... trying to get money from the city..... ghead .....youll need coupla tanks of gas....new shoes.....and a whole lot of off time from work...lol . As far as my exprience with people I know working for the city hall in my place is that potholes and cracks in the roads are the cities responsibility but the drivers perrogative to avoid....strange but true. But you could still try if you spent a wad on it.
Good luck.....let us know what happened with the battery reboot....
| Originally posted by zzzzzer@Mar 18 2005, 01:20 PM |
Man that sucks. First that pothole and now this.
I wish I could help as to why your instrumentation has gone haywire. Can you keep us posted as to what the problem is? Good luck!
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