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Old 03-20-2018, 09:31 AM   #1
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Looking for an E46 wizard around Boston

Guys, help!

I'm looking for a wizard with e46 in tri-state area.
Hopefully around Boston, but I'll drive if I have to.

Electrical gremlins are pissing me off.
Side mirrors are wonky, HDC/DSC/heated seats switch doesn't wanna work, auto-lock will not lock (and I've checked via BMW scanner 1.4), interior lights are dead.

All of that is so frustrating!

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Old 03-24-2018, 07:57 AM   #2
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Turner in Amesbury. They are a Long way from Boston (40 miles?) I'm just north of the city but I'll drive past a lot of BMW indies to get to them when my 330 needs something I can't take care of myself. They know the cars as well as anyone, are fair with pricing and stand by their work.

Btw whazza tri-state area? I thought it was NY, NJ and one of the others.

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Old 03-24-2018, 09:15 AM   #3
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. In the car turn the key to position 2, hold the trip reset button on your cluster (the left one) until you see "test 1". When "test 1" pops up, keep clicking until 19. When you reach test 19, stop clicking until you see "test 19.0". Now click once and it'll go back to test 1. Keep clicking until test 9 - that'll be your battery voltage. Report back with what it is
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