Disassemble the gauge cluster and remove the light bulb in the back that is for the warning light.
Martin F said:According to the Apexi FMIC instructions you can overcome this by pulling out the control switch and shorting terminals 6 and 8 of the connector. Cover with insulation and push everything back into place, obvioulsy without connecting the plug back up again.
You also need to short terminals 3 and 4 of the spoilers motor connector.
Bad move.randy said:I pulled the bulb on the tacho out!! Fixed the problem! Its a little complicated to fix this at the ACTIVE SPOILER ECU if you are looking at using the spoiler on manual up/down mode. Besides no one could help me with the wiring.
Indeed, very badly considered movedo1 said:Bad move.
Thats the MIL light . It isn't just for the spoiler, its the warning light for many things incl low brake fluid level.