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  1. Hi So after a nice summer the headlights have stopped working, the parking lights & turn signals work as do the tail lights/brake lights. SO some FAQ guys have re-wired the head lights? Need recommendations of where to start...thanks
  2. I feel like this is readily available information but for some reason I can't find a definitive answer... Can someone please identify the large bosch relay that is located on the driverside inner fender next to the high beam, low beam amd horn relays? I'm getting conflicting search results that it's a speed sensor assosiated with the smog wiring but I think that imformation is confused with a similar looking bosch relay on the firewall... I'm working through some PO electrical hacks and while i'm at it i'm also removing any unneeded wiring and making room for new relays and wiring needed for an M42 swap if that makes any difference with what I can and cannot eliminate. Thanks - Neil
  3. Could anyone please identify these electrical components on my 75 '02? In the first photo, what is the function of the three round relays? In the second photo the three components to the right of the washer pump seem to be relics of the emissions control system and can be removed without any issue. True? Many thanks, Ben
  4. Hi I am looking for the white plastic electrical connector that the engine relays plug into. These are on 74 and up cars. They are located just above the battery right beside the voltage reg. I need the plastic connectors and round relays from any old wiring harness's or crapped out cars Please PM me I will take as many as I can get. Thanks is advance, Rick
  5. Hey guys, I'm cleaning out my garage and have some misc 02 and BMW parts for sale. I have 2 wiper relays - 12v Hella 5wb 002690-08 - 15.00 each, one of them labeled 74 2002, old school embossed front roundel that could stand repainting - 10.00, amber front fender side marker w/gasket, (very good condition) - 15,00, steel wheel roundel press fit center cap, (good condition) - 5.00, black plastic Bosch coil end cap 5.00, 2 black plastic Hella horns 5.00 each, 1 black plastic Klaxton horn 5.00 3 red Hella air horns w/compressor 15.00 a 2002 chrome shifter with the parts 20.00, (with a bottom set screw), 2 valve covers, one stamped 80 and 1 stamped 75, 15.00 each a wood grain instrument cluster with all of the gauges, dated 1973 (missing two gray twist on bulb holders) 80.00, blue driver's door, 45.00 two back glass without working defrosters, 20.00 each 1981 320i rear view mirror, (looks just like an 02 mirror, fits an 02 but is slightly wider), 20.00 1984/85 318i ac compressor, (rebuilt, stored, never used - 85.00 1984/85 318i alternator, (probably needs new brushes), 20.00 320i radiator shroud - 15.00 a round push button switch with red lens, (does not say hazard) 15.00 I think that's it! Shipping is not included.
  6. Hi all, I had some time over the past month to install a new, more reliable alarm (Viper 3305V), I decided it was high time to install the trunk actuator kit that Cal Warnecke put together. I gotta tell you this has got to be one of those must have modifications for all 02 owners. Sure, it does detract a little from the appearance of the trunk area, but the utility far, far, far outweighs any cons. The instructions are very detailed and is injected with bits and pieces of humor I would say that some of the instructions could be a little more simplified with more pics, so I decided to add them here. Installation at a high level comprises of a few things (my own words): 1) How will you open/actuate it? I decided to tie it to my alarm system. Most barebone alarm systems will have an aux output that allows you to open a trunk or some other actuated device. If you do decide to run from your alarm system, you will need a relay and an in-line fuse plus a lot of red colored wire! I used 14 gauge. 2) Running the wires to the rear of the vehicle. Since I am running it from the alarm, I needed to provide power to the relay and run a wire from the relay to the actuator's motor. Grounding the actuator can be done in the trunk area 3) Connecting the pos wire and grounding the actuator 4) Assembling the actuator and stock lock mechanism to the plastic spacer and metal bracket (a well designed and quality piece I might add) Interspersed in #1-4 are some cleaning and testing instructions very well covered by Cal's instruction sheet (pdf) Ok, here's how I wired my relay and to the actuator. Thanks to Funky for his help here: Here are some useful tools for removing and attaching the springs and chamfering the escape pull hole: Smoothes out the hole edges: Running wires under carpet: Through the rear firewall (Passenger side): Good advice here. Stuff the back channel thing and the two holes that are adjacent to it. You don't want to lose any hardware down those holes: After removing the lock mechanism, here's the first and easiest hook to remove. Just simply pull off. If you have a hooked tool (mine was straight), it's a lot easier to remove the rings on the spring: Here's the more difficult one to remove, but doable with a tool. After removing, clean the heck out of the lock mechanism. I soaked mine in Simple Green and went to town with an old tooth brush and then some Brake cleaner. Then I painted it and applied some spray silicone in the moving parts: Test wired up. I contacted Cal and he says each actuator's wire color might be different. That's why he soldered the wires for power (red) to distinguish between it and ground. If in doubt, go try connecting it to the battery: When you put the new spring that the kit supplies, the important thing to remember is to attach the ring connector from the actuator below the original spring's location: I even had time to paint the lock mechanism b/c mine was looking a little worn: This is one of those "pics speak a 1000 words" shot. Here's how you align and assemble the actuator to the plastic spacer to the metal mounting bracket. This is shot from the passenger side: Terrible, blurry underexposed pic of the whole shebang: This thing opens with authority! I bet you could have a lot of fun with this! Here's a link to the vid. Not sure how to embed a video in here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/sizzlerscheesetoast/9120189607/ Feel free to ask me any questions while its still fresh in my head.
  7. I'm installing relays for the headlights in my 1972. The single high-beam white wire in the engine compartment serves both left and right headlights. However, there are two low-beam wires, the left is yellow/black; the right is yellow (or white)/blue. The question: Should I splice the two low-beam wires before and after the low-beam relay? If not, then what? Thanks! Fran Ferrance [email protected]
  8. Cleaning out my spares, no need for this stuff, restoring a 1959 Mercedes 220S LH side Round handle turn signal switch $150. I have re-soldered harnesses to switches like this over the years LH Used but very nice shape outside door mirror $150 Round aluminum can relays, 4, one with very nice lettering. $35 ea. if taking all 4 or $50 for the nice one. Inside rear view mirror from 81 E-12 $25 Other assorted relays Prices too high, make me an offer.
  9. Looking to install H4 headlights, associated relays and then fog lights...want to make sure its all done correctly by a garage/individual who could handle any required upgrades. Cheers.


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