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Re: Auto-Check bypass?

>On  2 Feb 96 at 12:06, Michael Spiers wrote:
>> Is there any way to fool the auto-check system into thinking my front
>> really works?  On the way to work this morning I had no less than 4 syptoms
>> flashing on that console.  I can fix two easily (get some gas, & fill up the
>> washer reservior) and the wear sensor on the rear disk is easily bypassed by
>> completing the circuit with a wire (rotors & pads on the way,) but I'm unsure
>> of how to fool the lights check without disabling the whole system.  Buying a
>> new bulb isn't an option, with no glass in front of them (still working
>>on the
>> Euro replacements) the bulbs don't last five minutes in the rain/snow/road
>> grime.  TIA for any options.
>You'd rather go to the trouble of fooling the sensors than put up
>with a light on your dash temporarily?
>   -Rich
Ah, apparently you haven't put up with the Auto-Check system going awry-on
a 5 hour trip once, it kept insiting that the engine was in meltdown every
5-10 minutes.  That beep-beep is so #@@%!* annoying!
  Unfortunately, there is no way to turn off the damn beeper or something-I
wish there was.  The blinking light is more than enough to get my