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Hey guys, so i bought a 1982 318i engine and tranny a bit ago and when i pulled it the guy through in some other goodies. not really sure what all of this is but some of it i have some ideas, if anyone could identify what these parts are called technically i would be very happy, i appreciate the vast amount of information that can be found through this website, so thanks so much guys!

























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DME motor control module ( for fuel and ignition management )


i also see a:

clutch master cylinder

drive shaft

"....".......... guibo flex coupling

radiator (coolent)

condenser (air conditioning)

Aux Cooling Fan

E30 shifter platform

the lights, muffler, and alarm looking thing are not BMW parts

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You pulled the transmission and didn't notice the shift lever. Or not know what a radiator or driveshaft is? If you are looking for exact model and application, you have some work to do.

A radiator shop is a good place to take a leak.


I have no idea what I'm doing but I know I'm really good at it.

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1) Shifter brace and shifter

2) Fog lights?

3) Drive Shaft Gimble

4) Clutch Master Cylinder

5) Engine Management System (Computer)

6) Not sure, horn maybe?

7) Exhaust midpipe

8) Exhaust downpipe

9) Drive Shaft

10) Oil Cooler or Transmission cooler

11) Radiator

12) Radiator Fan

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