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Old 07-15-2013, 10:57 PM
Dmitryd Dmitryd is offline
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Question Whats your take on this X5, is it an easy fix?

I currently have a 2000 328i and was looking to upgrade to a 2002 or 2003 model. and came across this suv:

Car has a electrical issue. Gauges don't work might be something simple as a fuse. Its a $8000.00 car if you can fix it. The car runs strong. Sometimes it shuts off. I dont have time to fix it. IF you have any interest in this car, i'm only interested in a quick sale. I don't know the history on it. Its 120,000miles. some minor body damage on the drivers door and bumper. Price is $4,999.00

it looks good in pictures nothing broken or dent(except the dent on drivers door which I can fix myself), the only problem as he started is the electrical system, is this an expensive fix or a headache? if its an easy fix what $ are we looking at, new computer with new gauges, new wires that go to the gauges. I doubt its the fuse, he cant be that lazy to check the fuses. Some of you here are pros and could give me a better answer.
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