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Autoobsession 
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Posted: May 11, 2004 at 9:51 PM / IP Logged  
I am pretty sure this cant be done but am curious if anyone has attempted to install a remote start/alarm in this car. Appreciate any feedback on this.
profuse007 
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Posted: May 12, 2004 at 1:04 AM / IP Logged  
hmmm.... badass ride. i would love to work on one of these.
sorry yo, no info......
try to look at some of the previous models or others models to see any pattern or resemblance. hows the key like? all the other series use 555b...... try it. let it be the guinea pig and post some result.
Houston,TX
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Autoobsession 
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Posted: May 12, 2004 at 7:24 PM / IP Logged  
I am not even gonna bother. This car is very much like the new 7 series and from what I have heard from BMW technicians neither of them can be messed with.
profuse007 
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Posted: May 13, 2004 at 1:53 AM / IP Logged  
have BMW use laser key yet?
i havent done any BMW, but why are they do hard?
whats behind it?
Houston,TX
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tjdurham 
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Posted: May 13, 2004 at 1:53 PM / IP Logged  
 its not that they are hard there is not much info on these cars so its not like a GM where most wires have been the same for 30 years every model bmw is different and if something goes wrong how about $125 per hour to diagnose so its not worth it to most shops to work on them
tj
jfk51502003 
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Posted: May 13, 2004 at 4:09 PM / IP Logged  
THIS IS A 2002......
DIRECTWIRE™ WIRING INFORMATION - BMW / 5 SERIES / 2002 / Remote Start
[PRINT THIS PAGE]
12volts red  +  ignition harness
Starter BLACK / YELLOW  +  ignition harness
Second Starter     
Ignition green (x3)  +  ignition harness
Second Ignition purple  +  ignition harness
Third Ignition     
Accessory     
Second Accessory     
Keysense     
Power Lock blue/red  +  door module in driver door
Power Unlock BLACK/ white  +  door module in driver door
Notes: Unlock requires a double pulse.
Lock Motor     
Unlock Motor     
Parking Lights+     
Parking Lights- black    headlight switch
Notes: Cutting this wire turns on the parking lights. Use a relay to interrupt the wire to flash the parking lights. See DirectFax document 1055 for wiring information.
Hazards     
Turn Signal(L)     
Turn Signal(R)     
Reverse Light     
Door Trigger blue/red  +  dome light
Dome Supervision comes on with unlock    
Trunk/Hatch Pin BROWN / white  -  trunk pin
Hood Pin     
Trunk/Hatch Release gray/black  -  release switch
Power Sliding Door     
Factory Alarm Arm arms with lock    
Factory Alarm Disarm disarms with unlock    
Disarm No Unlock     
Tachometer black  ac  round diagnostic plug under hood
Wait to start     
Brake Wire BROWN / gray  +  brake pedal switch
Parking Brake     
Horn Trigger     
Memory Seat 1     
Memory Seat 2     
Memory Seat 3     
2004 BMW 5 Series Remote Starter -- posted image.
Immobilizer Bypass Module:Required: YesType: EWS IIIPart #: 555B
Notes: See DirectFax document 1056 for additional wiring information.
      
This wiring information is being provided free of charge on an "as is" basis, without any representation or warranty. It is your responsibility to verify any circuit before interfacing with it using a digital multimeter.
Directed electronics, Inc. assumes no responsibility with regards to the accuracy or currency of this information. Proper installation in every case is and remains the responsibility of the installer. DEI assumes no liability or responsibility resulting from improper installation, even in reliance upon this information.
2004 BMW 5 Series Remote Starter -- posted image.
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profuse007 
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Posted: May 13, 2004 at 10:21 PM / IP Logged  
tjdurham wrote:
 its not that they are hard there is not much info on these cars so its not like a GM where most wires have been the same for 30 years every model bmw is different and if something goes wrong how about $125 per hour to diagnose so its not worth it to most shops to work on them
are you saying this from experience or just hearing it from another installer? or are you just saying this cause its an expensive car?
Houston,TX
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