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  • #16
    thats what I figured. So then I should be worried about the check engine light blinking?

    *edit*
    nm, just shorted the two pins the lights are off.
    Last edited by CeeP; 12-19-2007, 10:44 AM.

    "Unlike the latter day E36 and E46 M3's, the
    original E30 M3ís main purpose in life was to
    win races on the track, not the street. It
    got the job done."

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    • #17
      Originally posted by CeeP View Post
      thats what I figured. So then I should be worried about the check engine light blinking?

      *edit*
      nm, just shorted the two pins the lights are off.
      I'm glad you got the light to go off by shorting the pins.

      Just so you know in the future, the e30 M3 does not have a "check engine" light. The "check" light that flashes in the instrument cluster is only there to let you know that one of the lights in the "check panel" above the rear view mirror has become lit. Once you push the check button on the check panel, the light in the instrument cluster stops flashing, but the light on the check panel will remain lit as long as the fault condition exists.
      Dominic

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      • #18
        Thanks again dominic.

        "Unlike the latter day E36 and E46 M3's, the
        original E30 M3ís main purpose in life was to
        win races on the track, not the street. It
        got the job done."

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        • #19
          Glad to help!
          Dominic

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