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02PRUV 01-08-2013 04:38 PM

Dash issues help?????
 
Hope someone has seen this one before (already posted in general and no reply so thought I would try here)

While the car is running and driving fine the Tacho goes to 0, oil temp goes to 0, water temps goes max, handbrake light stays on and tyre sensor light stays on.

Cars been working fine and then this happened. Every thing else is good still. Battery is new and alternator is charging at 14.1v.

Any ideas appreciated.

tks 01-08-2013 04:44 PM

my reasoning:

your car is a hybrid, intermittently shutting itself off to conserve energy (tach at 0, running on pure bliss), water temp rises because the electrical motor generates enough heat to start boiling your coolant away so to make sure the car doesn't drive away, the e-brake pulls itself and deflates all of the tires at the same time to prevent robbery as well.

M3PTGSC 01-08-2013 05:30 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ruskisky (Post 15042333)
my reasoning:

your car is a hybrid, intermittently shutting itself off to conserve energy (tach at 0, running on pure bliss), water temp rises because the electrical motor generates enough heat to start boiling your coolant away so to make sure the car doesn't drive away, the e-brake pulls itself and deflates all of the tires at the same time to prevent robbery as well.

:facepalm::censor::banghead:

MachRc 01-08-2013 05:46 PM

Ive had the tach twitch and go up very quickly and down while the car was turned off, but never just stop working like what you have stated.
after searching

http://forum.e46fanatics.com/showthread.php?t=841598

it may be related to fuse or try reseting the gauge cluster

JamaicanBlueE46M3 01-08-2013 07:03 PM

Maybe cluster going bad?


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