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Old 19th August 2005, 21:02
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Default BMW wiring diagrams

All you guys bulding BMW based Sportsters may find the web site below usefull - it certainly helped me to link up the E36 ECU harness etc to a standard kit car loom.

I know it's all in Russian but - On the page that opens;
Click on BMW
Then the third bullet down which gives 3 more sub bullets - go for the second one down.
A drop down menu should appear - choose your year.
Another drop down - choose your model.
Another dropdown - choose System Wiring Diagrams - and now it's in English - great eh!
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excellent thats really useful Thank you.
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Old 19th August 2005, 23:52
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Cracking find

put the website into something like and it makes it far more understandable.

Pity there arn't any Rover 25/45 diagrams to help the 5exi guys out

This sort of thing is exactly why Madabout exists, enthusiasts helping other enthusiasts out and passing on useful information to help each other out. Nice one.

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