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Old 01-15-2012, 12:09 PM
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Default How to access the test functions of instrument cluster on BMW's F10, F01, F02, F25

Video shows how to access the test functions of your instrument cluster on newer BMW's F10, F01, F02, F25

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Hy, with this procedure is possible reset the cbs? and the instrument cluster show all dtc code or only instrument cluster code?.
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It's quite easy indeed, just press the trip reset button for few second and then the testing menu appears...
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