obc question...

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obc question...

Postby 87e30 » Thu Feb 09, 2012 7:50 pm

How on earth do you switch it from kilometers back to miles? -dizzy-
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Re: obc question...

Postby M20_fever » Thu Feb 09, 2012 9:12 pm

Found this in R3v a while back.

select RANGE and then using a ballpoint pen, press the small reset button in the bottom right corner. This will show a different count for: Range, AVG MPG, AVG MPH, and TEMP.
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Re: obc question...

Postby 87e30 » Thu Feb 09, 2012 9:24 pm

Right after I posted that I actually found a post on bimmerfest that had a link to a thread on r3v with a bunch of info. It's actually AVG MPG, not RANGE, btw. The mistake is pointed out later in the same thread. Now if I could only set my clock.... :-P
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Schwarz 5-speed 87 325e (parts car/LS1 swap?)
Gazellenbeige automatic 85 318i (70,000 miles)
Alpine white 5-speed 87 325is (my first e30, possibly for sale)
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Re: obc question...

Postby Nsquared97 » Fri Feb 10, 2012 7:31 am

This has everything you want to know about the OBC:
http://www.strictlyeta.net/technical/obcfunctions.html
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