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  1. I tried to convert him to a 123 Ignition Distributor, he won't budge. You can lead a horse to water... Mark92131
  2. People are hording BMW 2002 parts, like toilet paper. Mark92131
  3. While preparing my 1970 BMW 1600 for paint, I re-installed the hood torsion bar and found that the hood's underlying structure had separated from the upper sheet metal. It looks like a used hood is in my future if I want to get my car in the paint shop. Does anyone have a decent hood they want to part with or have a parts car taking up space in their yard. Looking for a complete hood, no major dings or rust that I can pick up in San Diego, Orange County, Los Angeles, Etc. Let me know if you have anything. Mark92131
  4. Did you see these... Mark92131 https://sfbay.craigslist.org/pen/pts/d/millbrae-bmw-tii-front-grilles/7098878185.html
  5. It looks like the choke hose loops between both the inlet and the outlet... and no clamps ;-). Mark92131
  6. You can get a VIN Plate here... I have never owned an automatic, but the VIN plates on the US manual cars covered both the BMW 2002/2002Tii USA models. Mark92131 https://www.wallothnesch.com/en/identification-plate-without-inscription-for-all-models-51-15-05.html
  7. Maybe this Euro eBay vendor can help you. Mark92131 https://www.ebay.com/itm/2-Blue-Door-Trims-Turpappen-Door-Panel-Blue-For-BMW-1602-2002-E10-/123973326754?_trkparms=aid%3D888008%26algo%3DDISC.CARDS%26ao%3D1%26asc%3D20140109134348%26meid%3Da4dc8c147df041b1bb5377434aa8412f%26pid%3D100042%26rk%3D1%26rkt%3D1%26sd%3D264628856227%26itm%3D123973326754%26pmt%3D0%26noa%3D1%26pg%3D2508447%26algv%3DDiscV2&_trksid=p2047675.l2557&nma=true&si=Jbe1SzdiCkFViG229IOaQJ4d7Pg%3D&orig_cvip=true&nordt=true&rt=nc
  8. On the 75 model, one of those wires in the blue emission harness should be the resistor wire running to the "+" side of your coil. You need to keep that one if you are running the stock coil, otherwise, if you have a blue coil that is internally resisted, you replace it with a new wire from your fuse box to the "+" side of your coil. Mark92131
  9. Chris: I think Denisk was interested in buying pieces of your front seats and back seats. From his ad above... "Anyone have a saddle brown bottom drivers seat, lower rear seat" Mark92131
  10. The early dog dish hub caps also look good without the beauty rings. Mark92131
  11. Here's one... Mark92131 https://www.ebay.com/itm/Phenolic-Bakelite-spacer-Weber-32-36-DGV-DGAV-DGEV-DGES-DFV-DFEV-DFAV-Carburetor/292144639284?hash=item44052d6d34:g:eHwAAOSw-89ZObZl
  12. Your question is answered, that is used by emission system (T1 Switch). There is a T2 Switch used by the emission system under the manifold in the water jacket. If your emission system is not hooked up, it may be a candidate for replacing the T2 switch with a temp gauge sender. Mark92131
  13. After examining your photos your a little more carefully, your best bet maybe to just source the bypass pipe to connect your water pump to your heater box connection instead of trying to find a one-barrel manifold to use the water jacket. Then you won't need to source part #5 in the RealOEM drawing, the appropriate water neck and the correct hose and hose clamps to make the connection from the water neck to the intake manifold. Also, you consider a phenolic spacer for your weber, it will help eliminate issues associated with heat transfer to your carb. Mark92131
  14. So you have a new Cannon Manifold. You will need to tap it for a fitting to pull vacuum for your fuel return valve (Hose 02 in Buckeye's photo), or you can remove it, and plug the steel fuel return line down by the radiator on the driver's side of the car and sell the return valve to Buckeye instead of throwing it in your neighbor's pool. The hose coming out of the fuel pump connects directly to the new Weber carb. Now the Cannon Manifold was designed to replace the single barrel OEM manifold and uses the water jacket on the bottom of the one-barrel manifold to make the connection from the water pump to the heater core, (Gasket 11619065693, Cover 11611251089). If you can find a used one-barrel OEM manifold, you can harvest this part, otherwise, you need to find a bypass pipe from a 320i or 318i or Tii, or cobble something together from home depot. Mark92131


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