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RlxdN10sity 01-26-2013 08:40 PM

88 735i - BC function on turn signal lever
I know this isn't a complex technical question, but I do not have an owners manual. I've never known what this function is. Nothing happens when I hit it. What is it supposed to do? Maybe I can fix whatever is not working. My name is Charlie by the way. I'm a newbie to the forum. Seems like alot of very knowledgeable people are members here, I look forward to learning and contributing here. Thanks.

TerryY 01-31-2013 10:05 PM

Lots of information here

BeaterBimmerGuy 02-02-2013 01:59 AM

THis is not an uncommon thing with the E32. Right smack in the middle under the speedo and tach there is a long thin blank spot?. If it is not blank then I am writing this and wasting time. If its blank thats a screen that is suppose to tell you thinks like low beam out fog light out fasten seat belts trans program error LOL.. and a whole lot of cool stuff. If its not working you proabbly need a new cluster or just the SI board. When buying a new cluster pay attention the the color of the back of the cluster. In 88 its grey. Mileage is not stored in the cluster so when buying one how many miles it says is irrelevant if you plug a different one it it will say the same miles as it had when you pulled the old one out.

BMWFatherFigure 08-24-2013 02:40 AM

See if you can get an owner manual from e-bay or a wrecker. Money well spent. You would be amazed at how many questions on all the model forums here ask questions that are answered in the O' Manual...........

RandalLovelace 12-01-2013 07:12 PM

Look for a fellow on the forums named Shogun - he's literally an encyclopedia of the 7 series BMW... He's got several how-to post and runs a site with lots of information about these cars.

This site shows the part numbers and locations for most of the car (some parts are not listed - but not that many)...

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