Hesitation/Judder when accelerating...

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  1. 8 Feb 2019 at 7:50 AM #21
    Mikescx

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    How do you do that and what does it display?
     
  2. 8 Feb 2019 at 9:34 AM #22
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    The IHKA of the 1996+ E36 has a feature that allows different sensor values to be displayed on the control panel. The display mode is called up by pressing the "AUTO" and "REAR DEFROST" buttons simultaneously. 12 displays are available and you can toggle through them by pressing the fan rocker switch.

    Test number Function
    1. Interior Temp Sensor
    2. Exterior Temp sensor
    3. Left Heater Core Sensor
    4. Right Heater Core Sensor
    5. Evaporator Temp Sensor
    6. Engine Speed Input
    7. Road Speed Input
    8. "Y" Factor Value
    9. Fresh Air Flap Position in % (99.5% Max.)
    10. AUC Sensor Voltage (if equipped)
    11. Battery Voltage
    12. Software Version

    The sensor display functions are exited by pressing "RECIRC" and "AUTO" buttons simultaneously and also by turning the ignition off. The decimal point is not shown therefore 66.5% would show as 665 All temp displays are in degrees centigrade. Negative values are indicated with minus sign.
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    http://www.unofficialbmw.com/repair_faqs/hvac.html

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  3. 8 Feb 2019 at 10:42 AM #23
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    Thanks for the info.will take a look when I get a chance
     
  4. 11 Feb 2019 at 1:38 PM #24
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    Cheers for this ill give it a go!
     

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