Did you check the fron one? ;-)
I just replaced mine yesterday (pretty cheach $25 canadian each from
If all else fails you can cut the sensor wire and join the two wires
together - the sensor is basically a switch. - But I prefer mine
I did have to cycle the ignition switch once or twice before the light
'94 325is E36
Thanks for the input.
I took the old sensor and connected the ends together. The light still
would not go out, so I know it is not a bad installation of the sensor. I
figured I did not know how to turn the lamp out. That was why I posted this
I will try turning the key on for 2 min again, but that didn't seem to work.
I was hoping there was another trick, perhaps unique to my model year.
Are you saying you haven't replaced the sensor but shorted it out?
Works on all the ones I've tried - but with new sensors. It's just
possible shorting it out doesn't work. But in any case the 2 minute thing
isn't exact - just try leaving the ignition on for longer. And the
ignition must be on - not the auxilliary position.
*Some people are alive only because it's illegal to kill them *
Dave Plowman firstname.lastname@example.org London SW
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