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2007 BMW 3X Series Alarm/Remote Start Wiring


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Posted: March 26, 2010 at 3:37 PM / IP Logged  
can anyone help me with the wiring diagram for a BMW 2007 3X series please, I'm installing an alarm remote start and also if you have any comment or issue I'll appreciate. Thank you
wilomar
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3 SERIES (E90/91/92/93)   2006 -2007
KEY T-HARNESS IMMOBILIZER
N/A    N/A    BMW'S TRANSPONDER ANTI-THEFT SYSTEM, Requires Bypass Module, See NOTE #1
PART   COLOR LOCATION DIAGRAM
12 VOLT CONSTANT   RED / GREEN(+) 50AMP and RED / PURPLE(+) 50AMP    @ FRM, (51-PIN PLUG(X14260), PIN 2 and (51-PIN PLUG(X14261), PIN 34, NOTE #3     
STARTER BLACK (+) Low Current (NOT for REMOTE START)   @ CAS, (41-PIN PLUG(X13376), PIN 22, NOTE #2     
STARTER 2 N/A      
IGNITION 1 GREEN (+) Low Current (NOT for REMOTE START) @ CAS, (41-PIN PLUG(X13376), PIN 8, NOTE #2   
IGNITION 2 N/A       
IGNITION 3 N/A       
ACCESSORY /HEATER BLOWER 1 RED (+) Low Current (NOT for REMOTE START)   @ CAS, (41-PIN PLUG(X13376), PIN 1, NOTE #2     
ACCESSORY /HEATER BLOWER 2 N/A       
KEYSENSE N/A       
PARKING LIGHTS ( - ) N/A       
PARKING LIGHTS ( + ) BLACK/ GREEN(+)(Left Front) and BLACK/ BLUE(+)(Right Front), use both, NOTE #4   @ FRM, (51-PIN PLUG(X14261), PIN 50 and (51-PIN PLUG(X14260), PIN 8, NOTE #3     
POWER LOCK YELLOW/RED to YELLOW/BROWN (-)   @CENTRAL LOCK Switch or CAS, (41-PIN PLUG(X13376), PIN 29, NOTE #2     
POWER UNLOCK Use LOCK wire       
LOCK MOTOR WIRE WHITE to BLACK (+), 5-Wire Type   in DRIVERS KICK PANEL or JBE, (47-PIN PLUG(X14270), PIN 36 or 14, NOTE #5     
DOOR TRIGGER BROWN / WHITE to BROWN / GRAY/WHITE (-)   in DRIVERS KICK PANEL or FRM, (51-PIN PLUG(X14261), PIN 50 and (51-PIN PLUG(X14261), PIN 24, NOTE #3     
DOMELIGHT SUPERVISION RED / BLUE (-) NOTE #7   @ FRM, (51-PIN PLUG(X14261), PIN 50 and (51-PIN PLUG(X14260), PIN 35, NOTE #3     
TRUNK RELEASE GRAY/BROWN (-)   @ TRUNK RELEASE Switch or CAS, (41-PIN PLUG(X13376), PIN 39, NOTE #2     
SLIDING POWER DOOR N/A       
HORN PURPLE / BLUE (+)   @ JUNCTION BOX, (PLUG(X11001), PIN 6     
TACH BLACK (AC)   @ DATA LINK Connector, (PIN 9), Under Drivers Dash     
WAIT TO START LIGHT N/A       
BRAKE BROWN / GRAY (+)   @ BRAKE PEDAL Switch or CAS, (41-PIN PLUG(X13376), PIN 32, NOTE #2     
FACTORY ALARM DISARM   WHITE/ BLACK (-), NOTE #6   in DRIVERS KICK PANEL or FRM, (51-PIN PLUG(X14261), PIN 50 and (51-PIN PLUG(X14261), PIN 46, NOTE #3     
ANTI-THEFT BMW'S TRANSPONDER ANTI-THEFT SYSTEM, Requires Bypass Module, See NOTE #1   @ IGNITION SWITCH TUMBLER     
NOTE #1: BMW'S TRANSPONDER ANTI-THEFT SYSTEM, Requires Bypass Module,
Due to the SPECIAL IGNITION CIRCUIT you will need:
Part # CANMAX 400 Bypass Module to REMOTE START and DOOR LOCKS!
NOTE #2: the CAS, (Car Access System) is located Under the DRIVERS DASH.
NOTE #3: the FRM, (Footwell Module), is located in the DRIVERS KICK PANEL.
NOTE #4: the LEFT REAR Parking Light wire is a GRAY/PURPLE(+), at the FRM, (51-PIN PLUG(X14260) PIN 14 and the RIGHT REAR Parking Light is a GRAY / YELLOW(+) at the FRM, (51-PIN PLUG(X14260) PIN 41, use ALL wires and Relay Isolate.
NOTE #5: the JBE, (Junction Box Electronics), is located behind the GLOVE BOX, attached
to the BOTTOM of the JUNCTION BOX.
NOTE #6: TEST this wire while Turning the KEY in the DRIVERS DOOR.
NOTE #7: this wire is only available without ROOF FUNCTION CONTROL CENTER, on Vehicles with ROOF FUNCTION CONTROL CENTER, this wire is CAN BUS Controled!
If i Can't Install it    I Don't need it   Joe
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Chev, just noticed on your (Directwire?) list, they are giving RED / blue- as dome-light supervision. What worries me is that on the previous E46 the same colour and function was pos. Also if that dumps when you lock the doors, you can take that as your door trigger, it also turns on when the door unlocks so no supervision required either.
As per normal practice, I would never take these lists for granted and advise any one to TEST.
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Hey howie no its not direct wire its from the bulldog security web site.    Ive been trying to talk my work into becoming a direct electronics dealer. But so far not so good
As howie said always test never trust the tech sheets
If i Can't Install it    I Don't need it   Joe
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I was trying to be clever when I saw the notes mention CAN MAX 400!
I would have guessed from the odd bits and pieces I've done on the latest ones that all the wiring except for remote start was the same as the E46, I noticed the tach wire was in the same position and the same colour. From your geographical position I'd also look at Compustar.
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ive never done compustar ive always done dei/codealarm   from my supplier
If i Can't Install it    I Don't need it   Joe
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can this be confirmed for a 2009 e92 335 ?
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Yes, the X3 and 3 Series have essentially the same wiring, DEI and possibly Fortin and idatalink all do a specific interface for these vehicles, expensive but worth investigating.
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chev104275 wrote:
3 SERIES (E90/91/92/93)   2006 -2007
KEY T-HARNESS IMMOBILIZER
N/A    N/A    BMW'S TRANSPONDER ANTI-THEFT SYSTEM, Requires Bypass Module, See NOTE #1
PART   COLOR LOCATION DIAGRAM
12 VOLT CONSTANT   RED / GREEN(+) 50AMP and RED / PURPLE(+) 50AMP    @ FRM, (51-PIN PLUG(X14260), PIN 2 and (51-PIN PLUG(X14261), PIN 34, NOTE #3     
STARTER BLACK (+) Low Current (NOT for REMOTE START)   @ CAS, (41-PIN PLUG(X13376), PIN 22, NOTE #2     
STARTER 2 N/A      
IGNITION 1 GREEN (+) Low Current (NOT for REMOTE START) @ CAS, (41-PIN PLUG(X13376), PIN 8, NOTE #2   
IGNITION 2 N/A       
IGNITION 3 N/A       
ACCESSORY /HEATER BLOWER 1 RED (+) Low Current (NOT for REMOTE START)   @ CAS, (41-PIN PLUG(X13376), PIN 1, NOTE #2     
ACCESSORY /HEATER BLOWER 2 N/A       
KEYSENSE N/A       
PARKING LIGHTS ( - ) N/A       
PARKING LIGHTS ( + ) BLACK/ GREEN(+)(Left Front) and BLACK/ BLUE(+)(Right Front), use both, NOTE #4   @ FRM, (51-PIN PLUG(X14261), PIN 50 and (51-PIN PLUG(X14260), PIN 8, NOTE #3     
POWER LOCK YELLOW/RED to YELLOW/BROWN (-)   @CENTRAL LOCK Switch or CAS, (41-PIN PLUG(X13376), PIN 29, NOTE #2     
POWER UNLOCK Use LOCK wire       
LOCK MOTOR WIRE WHITE to BLACK (+), 5-Wire Type   in DRIVERS KICK PANEL or JBE, (47-PIN PLUG(X14270), PIN 36 or 14, NOTE #5     
DOOR TRIGGER BROWN / WHITE to BROWN / GRAY/WHITE (-)   in DRIVERS KICK PANEL or FRM, (51-PIN PLUG(X14261), PIN 50 and (51-PIN PLUG(X14261), PIN 24, NOTE #3     
DOMELIGHT SUPERVISION RED / BLUE (-) NOTE #7   @ FRM, (51-PIN PLUG(X14261), PIN 50 and (51-PIN PLUG(X14260), PIN 35, NOTE #3     
TRUNK RELEASE GRAY/BROWN (-)   @ TRUNK RELEASE Switch or CAS, (41-PIN PLUG(X13376), PIN 39, NOTE #2     
SLIDING POWER DOOR N/A       
HORN PURPLE / BLUE (+)   @ JUNCTION BOX, (PLUG(X11001), PIN 6     
TACH BLACK (AC)   @ DATA LINK Connector, (PIN 9), Under Drivers Dash     
WAIT TO START LIGHT N/A       
BRAKE BROWN / GRAY (+)   @ BRAKE PEDAL Switch or CAS, (41-PIN PLUG(X13376), PIN 32, NOTE #2     
FACTORY ALARM DISARM   WHITE/ BLACK (-), NOTE #6   in DRIVERS KICK PANEL or FRM, (51-PIN PLUG(X14261), PIN 50 and (51-PIN PLUG(X14261), PIN 46, NOTE #3     
ANTI-THEFT BMW'S TRANSPONDER ANTI-THEFT SYSTEM, Requires Bypass Module, See NOTE #1   @ IGNITION SWITCH TUMBLER     
NOTE #1: BMW'S TRANSPONDER ANTI-THEFT SYSTEM, Requires Bypass Module,
Due to the SPECIAL IGNITION CIRCUIT you will need:
Part # CANMAX 400 Bypass Module to REMOTE START and DOOR LOCKS!
NOTE #2: the CAS, (Car Access System) is located Under the DRIVERS DASH.
NOTE #3: the FRM, (Footwell Module), is located in the DRIVERS KICK PANEL.
NOTE #4: the LEFT REAR Parking Light wire is a GRAY/PURPLE(+), at the FRM, (51-PIN PLUG(X14260) PIN 14 and the RIGHT REAR Parking Light is a GRAY / YELLOW(+) at the FRM, (51-PIN PLUG(X14260) PIN 41, use ALL wires and Relay Isolate.
NOTE #5: the JBE, (Junction Box Electronics), is located behind the GLOVE BOX, attached
to the BOTTOM of the JUNCTION BOX.
NOTE #6: TEST this wire while Turning the KEY in the DRIVERS DOOR.
NOTE #7: this wire is only available without ROOF FUNCTION CONTROL CENTER, on Vehicles with ROOF FUNCTION CONTROL CENTER, this wire is CAN BUS Controled!
is this same wiring the same up to 2011?
Thanks in advance...
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yes.
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