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    Default when your hazzard flashers start on their own


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    Quote Originally Posted by shogun

    The last time this happened to me, it turned out to be because my wife was doing the "shiyakuhachi" and she'd depress the button with her boobs.


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    shiya what now?

    When it happens to me, its because my girlfriend is sitting on it while we make out

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    Quote Originally Posted by shogun

    Huh... I've got a customer with a 1990 e32 735. He was complaining that the hazard lights would come on when it was raining and the door was open, I'll have to call him up.

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    I had the problem some years ago and it took me 4 months to find out the culprit.
    That is why I recommended it to him and many others.
    Mine started even while driving. I could switch it off, it worked for some time and then it started again flashing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by indierthanthou
    shiya what now?

    When it happens to me, its because my girlfriend is sitting on it while we make out

    shakuhachi is a bamboo flute, but is also Japanese slang for BJ


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    ****er i was gonna post this

    tho its true and pretty funny haha


    Quote Originally Posted by Blitzkrieg Bob
    shakuhachi is a bamboo flute, but is also Japanese slang for BJ

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    Hahaha mine used her elbow...
    Quote Originally Posted by Blitzkrieg Bob
    The last time this happened to me, it turned out to be because my wife was doing the "shiyakuhachi" and she'd depress the button with her boobs.
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    I had the flasher problem in the M5 - it first occurred when I had it in for service. It took a while to track it down - but yep, the crash control module.

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    I wish. Mine only go on when the dogs step on the button.
    "The gas pedal wouldn't go to the floor if it weren't meant to be there"

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