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Old 09-14-2012, 03:38 PM   #1
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i mounted engine (m52 328i) and automatic transmission to e34 520i manual .all are ok only i have fault code (vehicle speed sensor ),is the sensor to differential ,my sensor to differential working but problem is to my instrument cluster ,it is for manual vehicle .any idea how to solve
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Old 09-15-2012, 01:53 AM   #2
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You swapped in a Manual transmission to a car that was originally automatic?

The ECU still things the car is an automatic and will display fault codes until you tell the computer its a manual now. You will need to find someone with the appropriate software to do it.
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You swapped in a Manual transmission to a car that was originally automatic?

The ECU still things the car is an automatic and will display fault codes until you tell the computer its a manual now. You will need to find someone with the appropriate software to do it.
No.from e36 to my e34 engine and automatic transmission olso engine and automatic transmissin harnesses installed.
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So you converted your Manual transmission E34 to an Automatic? How do you know the speed sensor in the diff is working? What was the fault code given? As far as i know their is only one speed sensor on the E34 and its on the diff. The transmission may have one.
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I know bexouse the speed to Instrument cluster working. Yes there is olso speed sensor to automatic transmission but I haven't any fault to egs.
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