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Old 11-13-2004, 11:41 PM   #1 (permalink)
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hi guys, i have a 1995 m3 and there some weird stuff going on, and i need help here, what is wrong is, the rpm dial sometimes just dies and sometimes it just comes back up, when engine is running only. And on my on board computer it always says check washer fluid level, but i have it full. And one last thing is the outside temperature on the OBC shows -37degrees.

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Ok first off.. sounds like either your tach is faulty.. or the wires that power the tach have slowly disconnected themselves... so.. either pull that sucker out and mess with the wires.. push them in a little... or just replace that sucker...

As for the washer fluid... you have a faulty fluid level sensor... easy fix... though you might have to go to BWM and get the part.. but it should just unplug... and then you connect the new one... it should work fine after that...

As for the OBC showing -37 degreees... same thing... faulty sensor... replace it.. they are not that exspensive .. as far as I can remember...

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thanks buddy, i got the washer sensor done, but i dont know where is the temp sensor. and im still trying to get the rpm done... thanks again.
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