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Old 12-09-2006, 12:24 PM
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Z 3 onboard computer settings

Hi, I was wondering how set fuel consumption on the US spec 2002 Z3 to display in liters per 100km.

If you hold both onboard computer gbuttons, it will display "1"

Now you can use left button to set 12h and right button to set 24 hr time.

If you hit the stalk to go to options "2" - it will light up all possible display characters
If you hit the stalk to go to option "3" - there is some kind of clock setting, but I dont know what that is....

if you hit the stalk to go to option "4" - it beeps displays LSP ... WTH is that?
If you hit the stalk to go to option "5" you can use left key to set "F" and right "C" for temperature....
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Old 12-09-2006, 12:35 PM
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Hi, I was wondering how set fuel consumption on the US spec 2002 Z3 to display in liters per 100km.

If you hold both onboard computer gbuttons, it will display "1"

Now you can use left button to set 12h and right button to set 24 hr time.

If you hit the stalk to go to options "2" - it will light up all possible display characters
If you hit the stalk to go to option "3" - there is some kind of clock setting, but I dont know what that is....

if you hit the stalk to go to option "4" - it beeps displays LSP ... WTH is that?
If you hit the stalk to go to option "5" you can use left key to set "F" and right "C" for temperature....




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Old 12-10-2006, 11:35 AM
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So I have to take it to the stealer to make the setting....hm...

What is the MPG correction?
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Old 12-10-2006, 07:03 PM
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So I have to take it to the stealer to make the setting....hm...

What is the MPG correction?
Don't know about the dealer.

MPG correction lets you tweak the MPG to match what you are actually getting.
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