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Old 07-28-2015, 07:01 PM
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Question E46 cluster missing LEDs

(ADMIN NOTE hope i've put this in the right section, if not please move to the right section)

Long story short my mates brought a 320 and the traction control lights don't light up at all,
He's opened up the cluster and someone's ripped the LEDs off the pcb (obviously to hide a fault, speed sensors at a guess)
So before attempting to diagnose and repair i want to refit the missing LEDS,
I've done the blue LED conversion on my compact so that's no major hassle but my question is...

The handbrake/asd light, would i be right in thinking its 2 separate LEDS?
1 orange and 1 red?


haven't got the cluster here to check so any advice/answers would be greatly appreciated

Bern


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