My BMW X5 has similar problem on your youtube video.
I am not sure what your parts that I need to buy? (If needed , I can take some pictures then send to you.)
Plus, do you have detail video/instruction to show me how to fix it after I buy your kit?
I am not technical enough so that your vedio/instruction need to be as detail as possible. Is it?
Aneudi Guerrero: Yyyyyyyyyyy do u make it look so easy omg
blue Haze: It has eep1 on the dash so wanted to reprogram the chip to see if that solves the eep1 problem
blue Haze: It's a 2002 bmw z3
blue Haze: Hi there I can't seem to open the back plastic cover on a new z3 cluster , can't see any screws, need to get to the eeprom, I've opened the top bit where there were 5 screws . But the back plastic doesn't come off where the eeprom is hidden where u can see the coding plug.
Nowell Holmes: Danger Danger!
gregoris tsitsos: l would like to know if you can send a kit repair to Greece.Thanks!
DerMaschinen: I've done my 97 e38 and it works 100%! It's easy, but essential is the removal of needles their's another video floating around on needle removal by Revtronic. I did with a small locking pliers or you could buy the extractor. Their's another video on removal of the back black casing which is snapped on it's in Deutsche. Patience is a good virtue!
andrew truzzi: Fancy doing mine?
ishtimal: Does this work with Canadian models? (with KM)
Heroeslll: how did you removed the speedometer and tachometer arrows and place them back with out damaging the calibration of tachometer and speedometer? I want to fix my instrument cluster but i am afraid i will damage the calibration :(
Steven Hope: looks easy...lol
BMW X5 E53 E39 speedometer LCD screen replacement instructions pixel repair5
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