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    Clock Light Out

    Does anyone know if the lamp behind the LED clock/date on the dash can be replaced? I have a '98 328ic. I know the clock is still working -- when the sun hits the dash just right I can see that the time is correct -- but the backlight for the clock/date is dead. The rest of the computer lights on the dash are fine.

    My non-dealer mechanic who is great told me it wasn't a repairable item. Is he right?

    Thanks.

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    I know someone with a 318ti had a similar problem.
    When he took the clock apart he found a LED.
    It could possibly be an open fuse. Fuse 31?
    ...steven
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    Go to www.BavAuto.com/newsletter; they show the procedure to replace the bulbs behind your OBC

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ruhl
    Go to www.BavAuto.com/newsletter; they show the procedure to replace the bulbs behind your OBC
    Here is another one...
    http://www.geektimes.com/michael/tec...ght/index.html

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