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Hodgey7414 05-27-2011 05:43 PM

DSC Light problem
 
Hi I'm a newbee to this site, and am i need of assistance,

I was hoping that someone could point me in the right direction with a problem I am having at the moment. When I plug my Iphone into the 12v Outlet the DSC and Brake warning light come on Amber. I was thinking that maybe by plugging in to the 12v outlet that power is being drawn from other area causing them to show warning.

Any Ideas please!!!

drumbum624 05-27-2011 05:53 PM

That is one seriously unique problem.:hmm:

free bump!

snowborder142190 05-27-2011 06:08 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Hodgey7414 (Post 13217139)
Hi I'm a newbee to this site, and am i need of assistance,

I was hoping that someone could point me in the right direction with a problem I am having at the moment. When I plug my Iphone into the 12v Outlet the DSC and Brake warning light come on Amber. I was thinking that maybe by plugging in to the 12v outlet that power is being drawn from other area causing them to show warning.

Any Ideas please!!!

It is possible for the Dsc and brake to fault when there is a lack of power, but I don't think the iPhone could zap enough power to cause that. Have your battery, alternator, and starter tested most auto parts stores will do it for free.

Sent from my iPhone 4 using BimmerApp

Zell 05-27-2011 06:10 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by snowborder142190 (Post 13217223)
It is possible for the Dsc and brake to fault when there is a lack of power, but I don't think the iPhone could zap enough power to cause that. Have your battery, alternator, and starter tested most auto parts stores will do it for free.

Sent from my iPhone 4 using BimmerApp

+1

Could be that your battery is juuuust on the brink of the edge of its life and your iPhone goes exactly beyond the limit of what it can handle now.

Pedi 05-31-2011 04:00 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Hodgey7414 (Post 13217139)
Hi I'm a newbee to this site, and am i need of assistance,

I was hoping that someone could point me in the right direction with a problem I am having at the moment. When I plug my Iphone into the 12v Outlet the DSC and Brake warning light come on Amber. I was thinking that maybe by plugging in to the 12v outlet that power is being drawn from other area causing them to show warning.

Any Ideas please!!!


"you are plugging it in wrong"

- Steve Jobs
Sent from my iPhone 5

:lmao:

but seriously i have the same issues with the lights but mine its not because of the 12v outlet. i have to go check it out soon :hmm:


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