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    Help,my car lost DS mode.

    Help,my car lost DS mode.

    My car can not enter the DS mode from the last week, I try to replace the fuse, check each plug, including Guadang the assembly, are intact, but I just can not enter the DS mode, I have exhausted all means.is to search the posts, and I swear I checked every thread very carefully, and they are in good condition!
    Please help me, thank you very much!

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    Did you strip the insulation for the wire bundle as it goes tight around the shifter? Well known issue for it to break right in there...have to look closely because the first time i checked i did not see the broken wire that was in there.

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    Yes, identifying the broken wire(s) can be very difficult but that's most likely the problem. Search for "e90 shifter problem diy".

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    Also check out fluid level ZF transmission are notorious for leaking from the pan and mechatroics sleeve. if your low on fluid, you will experience these issues until your car cant shift anymore. anyways. search transmission leak diy. and check your transmission pan for damp oi
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