Andy_Bangle

BMW M2 'Facelift'

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3 hours ago, Soulboy said:

Can you turn that annoying Efficientdynamics display off then Andy? I have looked but can't find it. Its really just a pointless 'how far is your foot on the throttle ometer'

I've read stones in brakes is common and there is a fix I think now? And the faulty diffs were a specific batch across M2/3/4.

 
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Yes, can be turned off using the iDrive. Can't recall where as I found the setting while fiddling and am not in the M2 today as snow is forecast.

edit: try here: 1. "Settings" 2. "Instrument cluster" and maybe 3. "Additional indicators"

The fix for stones in the brakes is new backing plates, with a bigger hole to allow stones to drop out (p/n below is your car is affected).

http://www.realoem.com/bmw/enUS/partxref?q=34208053265

http://www.realoem.com/bmw/enUS/partxref?q=34208053266

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Thanks Andy. I will have a look at idrive again this weekend.

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Thanks Andy. I will have a look at idrive again this weekend.

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Posted (edited)

Found easily on the idrive and now switched off.

I am having to rely solely on the nerves in my right foot to let me know how hard I am pressing the accelerator now!!

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