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    Hey everyone, just got my 1st BMW today- a 1997 323 Touring. Really pleased with it, espec after the crate of a Subaru i traded it for! Much more solid and quality feel to it.
    I didnt get an owners book with it. Does anyone know of a pdf i can download for it. There are a few things i'd like to know, one being:
    What is the ACS button?
     
     

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    Are you talking about the one infront of the gear stick. If so, press it and enjoy some rear wheel fun lol
     
     

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    Welcome mate
     
     

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    Yeh i found out it was the traction control thingy. Sweeet. I heard running with traction control on all the time wears the tyres quicker
     
     

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