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Old 08-18-2011, 11:34 PM   #4
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Originally Posted by daveed View Post
There is a tool that plugs in the diagnostic port in the engine bay and can reset it. So buy the tool, borrow the tool, go to a shop that works on old bmws. If they try to charge you anything more than a few bucks then go elsewhere, it takes 2 minutes.

Find a piece of wire on the floor and do this: (much cheaper than the stupid tool)

1986 E30 325e (killed)
1986 E30 325es (died)
1988 E30 325i (rotted)
1992 E34 525i (sold)
1992 E30 318i (cabrio, Dad's)
1989 E30 325i (Mom's)
1991 E30 318i (cabrio, summer car)
1991 E30 318is (Winter car)
1992 Euro M5 (driveway decoration)
1994 E36 325is (driveway junk)
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