Dainis Vaļeika: Why does the tachometer in test 2 in second attempt stops at ~ 6k rpm but in first attemp goes over 7k ? I've the same glitch, but was looking at ither videos, didn't see that.. And how to unlock all tests? I tried with 22 but nothig.., it still says lock on.. Would appreciate it really hard! Great video by the way.
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Mohammed Miah: Need help how did u power bottom lcd or can you tel me which pin is it for the light of the lcd
Eduards: Greetings, i do have a problem with the signals, always, while driving, the R one turns one by itself. I would like to ask, if the problem is in the instrument panel or is another thing??? Thanks.
Andrew Stanford: wow... ambitious fix!
Andrew McMillenium: You're good, man!
Andrew McMillenium: PEOPLE, WHO DONT UNDERSTAND: he wired each contact using enameled copper magnet wire, instead of ribbon!
Jozsef Somogyi: Ratty - Sunrise : ) Great video.
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thevanomxxx: I think this guy is showing that the speedo does work over 240km per hour..
bimmeredme: lol... dunno, maybe you can help me figure it out? :)
joe brown: point of this?
Lathe Tool: So you can use a pencil, great. Educationally it has as much value as a video of you polishing the paint work. Better luck next time.
Sebastian Rogers: lol nice i don't even know how to set the time on mine yet
bimmeredme: Many people before you found the instructions helpful.
That's some attitude you have there by the way. Good luck!
Heidi Jackson: Sorry I don't see any value in this video. You fixed it but how. The instructions are nice but I'd like to see what was done before tackling the job. I'm trying to find a video to show a friend so he can fix his E39. This is a video of the function after a fix. Okay his is still broken.
I guess I can make a video of my truck running and a copy of your instructions and that would be the same help.
bimmeredme: Thanks! I screwed up my first panel as well while trying to repair it by adding padding to the pressure points :)
The wire needs to be thin enough and insulated at the same time. I don't think you could use a stranded wire because the glue wouldn't hold it well and a solid insulated wire will probably be too thick and stiff, so the glue won't hold it as well. So yes, I think copper magnet wire is the best option, it's insulated, thin and flexible. Good luck with yours!
multisilhoutte: I find this really cool, wish my pixels were back, so i will try to do it your way. Since i screwed up my own cluster some while ago, i can experiment with it. I just need to know one thing- do i need copper magnet wire ? Or any cable will do ?
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