Can anyone confirms this works without causing issues?

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swabyk
Joined: Mon 18 Jul, 2016 17:38
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  Z3 roadster 1.9

Can anyone confirms this works without causing issues?

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Can anyone confirms this works without causing issues?

I had a full service recently from an independent garage but they said they never had the right tools to reset the service gauge.

https://youtu.be/-UZP471VLiY

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colb
Joined: Sat 05 May, 2012 22:46
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  Z3 roadster 1.8 TU
Location: Newport South Wales UK

Re: Can anyone confirms this works without causing issues?

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Yes the wire trick works without issues or you can buy a service light reset tool to plug in and do the same for little money on ebay
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Diagnostic-To ... SwJ4hY-X~Y
If you buy one with the 16pin OBD2 plug you will need a 16pin to BMW round pin cable to use with it. Always use the round pacman socket under the bonnet to do this.
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/OBD-2-Cable-R ... OSwNRdX8Wn~
Colb
1999 BMW 1.8 Z3
2003 BMW 2.5 Z4
1998 Honda Deauville NT650V

Boosh
Joined: Sun 30 Nov, 2014 22:40
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  Z3 roadster 1.9i

Re: Can anyone confirms this works without causing issues?

Post by Boosh »

Can confirm it works. I do it every year, after the oil change.

Boosh.

therealdb1
Joined: Tue 25 Jun, 2013 21:47
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  Z3 roadster 2.0

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Post by therealdb1 »

I cannot believe there is a garage in the land (or world for that matter!) that cannot reset a service indicator on an E36 generation BMW.
They are not rocket science these days and you can buy DIY reset tools for a couple of quid all over the place!

swabyk
Joined: Mon 18 Jul, 2016 17:38
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  Z3 roadster 1.9

Re: Can anyone confirms this works without causing issues?

Post by swabyk »

Cheers guys, appreciate the replies.

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