1995 BMW 318i Convertible...noises

Hi folks.
Inherited a problem here. Rear-left wheel is making noises like a bell when I hit bumps in the road. Any idea what it could be, and if I could fix it without being gauged at the shop?
Also do I have to go to a BMW dealer to get the INSPECTION light reset? That's such a pain.
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Sounds like something is broken
No - depending on the connector you simply have to jump 2 connections for a period of time.
Not being a 3 person I can't help here but someone might know the pin numbers.
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Check to see if the coil spring is broken. Check to see if the shock is good. These things can be done easily by just removing the rear wheels.
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Hi there. Thanks for the answers, guys.
I can remove the rear wheel at some point, but wouldn't the spring be testable by compressing the left rear of the car?
OK, I forgot to submit some more information (doh!). When I was driving 120 kmph, when I started turning right on the highway (slight turn, mind you), I felt a speed wobble. When I slowed down to the legal speed (heh), it went away. When I applied the brakes, it went away too. Could it be that the left rear rotor is poched somehow?
Thanks again.
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