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Old 06-07-2005, 09:13 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Just bought a 328i, my first BMW, and 100 miles into driving it home, I heard a beep, and the message center showed 40 F. This is in 90 degree weather! Now the trip odometer will not reset when you push the button, and I stil get 40 F whe I cycle to outside Temperature. It also shows 40 C if you change the scale. Any ideas?
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Check the connection on the outside temp sensor in the front bumper valnce.
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Check the connection on the outside temp sensor in the front bumper valnce.
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This just happened to me recently. The outside air temp sensor is either cut or the connection is lose. Hopefully it is just lose, cause it cost me $240 to have a new sensor installed.
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