Numark dxm06 turns off when switched on

The motor switches itself off when it comes to a standstill and switches on again when it moves away.

Good evening everyone, I'm new to the forum.

My name is Febi, I live in Vienna, Austria and I am a total car fanatic: P

Two weeks ago I treated myself to a beautiful 4rer f32 420d coupe because otherwise you never give yourself a gift, at least I ^^

What this is about sooo ..

For example, if I Roll towards a red light and come to a standstill, strangely enough, my engine turns off .. as soon as I hit the gas the engine starts again .. I don't know it from my previous car ^^

Is there a way to prevent or switch off this switching off of the motor?

Unfortunately I can't find anything about this: S

hope you can help me here, mfg Febi

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I am embarrassed now omg xP, I thought that would be a whole button because the dealer said switch on here and drive off hehehe. Well, I hope I haven't made myself a monkey here ^^ Thanks for the quick help .................. xP

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Sweet! :) look at the start button. Above it is a "switch" with which you can turn off the automatic start-stop. So it is wanted at the factory and if you do not have it coded out, then press ALMOST the same place twice! ;)

Have fun with your new bimmer!

I am embarrassed now omg xP, I thought that would be a whole button because the dealer said switch on here and drive off hehehe. Well, I hope I haven't made myself a monkey here ^^ Thanks for the quick help .................. xP

@febila

No reason for embarrassment - every manufacturer has its own peculiarities. Sometimes even professionals make big cheeks: I was at the TÜV to register a modification - the inspector almost failed on the bonnet - until I told him: pull 2 ​​x (the release lever)

But possibly it was also the first BMW of a younger design that had to go to the TÜV.

Don't worry about that. Now it just looks like everyone knows, because Berba replied so quickly. But he's a total car nerd. : p

Mike was peeing, otherwise I wouldn't have had a chance. Take a look at his videos in his signature, because the freak / nerd becomes clear! : D;)

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@febila wrote on November 8, 2017 at 10:56:13 pm:

I am embarrassed now omg xP, I thought that would be a whole button because the dealer said switch on here and drive off hehehe. Well, I hope I haven't made myself a monkey here ^^ Thanks for the quick help .................. xP

Hey all good! There are no stupid questions, just stupid ..!

Well, have fun!

I interrupt the beating: D only briefly and, because I'm so old-school, always like to refer to the "forbidden book" (BDA) which should be enclosed with every vehicle. In addition, the instructions are still stored in the iDrive in the car and for the digital natives there is an app that conjures up "individual" instructions on your smartphone after entering your vehicle identification number (VIN), where only the equipment is described that your vehicle also has Has.

And now ... ... carry on!

: p

For laypeople, I add the information that BDA stands for operating instructions to the behavior of the G ...

I think you could do it here.

So if a man asked something like that, he would be mangled and troll calls would come ... I'm just saying, you can tell the difference! ;-)

@Berba - yes you could - just ... BDA stands for Federation of German Architects or Federation of German Employers' Associations or Professional Association of German Anesthesiologists or .... or .....

So why do it already?

@momortui

Exactly, hence the specification. Otherwise Go * gle throws the salary seniority (BDA) out of the civil service law :)