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Wickedflava1234 
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Has anyone installed a remote start in a 2006 BMW M3??

I'm planning on getting one in a few weeks and was planning on installing a python 881xp with window mods and perhaps a sun roof mod if neccecarry or if even practical.

does anyone have any wire colors,  wire locations and any helpful hints for me???

Thanx,

outlaw000 
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2006 M3 the only helpful hint i can give you is good luck and be ready for a long day
yg17 
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Correct me if I'm wrong, but aren't M3s only available in a 6 speed manual?
Remote start on a stick is doable but never a good idea
03taurus 
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yg17 wrote:
Correct me if I'm wrong, but aren't M3s only available in a 6 speed manual?
Remote start on a stick is doable but never a good idea

I think he should be ok if he purchased the car with the optional smg transmission with the paddle controls on the streering wheel.  This is somewhat of a manual/automatic, since you don't need the cluch to change gears with the streering wheel paddles. 

As said before good luck. 

Wickedflava1234 
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yes! The M3 I'm getting is going to have a SMG transmission.  I was planning to give DEI a call to see if they can help me out if not one else has any info on this car , but if not I have diagrams to the 2006 3 series and 5 series, a multi-meter and a whole lot of time... hopefully it'll be worth it up here in Detroit's 6 month winter seasons.
OhioMike1101 
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Never seen a BMW that was hard. If the 2006 is anything like the other 2000+ BMW 3 series I have done, they are cake. Every connection can be made behind the glove box.
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when you say window mod and sunroof i take it to make them go up or down if that is what you mean all you have to do is extend the pulse to the lock wire for up and unlock for down so you can put accessorey wires to these aswell or neg armed output.

also if you are wanting to interface with lights it is the 4th one in on the ribbon cable from the switch this needs to be done using a relay

ccroadshop99031 
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same wires sa any 99-05 m3/3 series  VERY easy    sunroof and windows can be opened and closed w/ extended lock or unlock
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ItemWire ColorPolarityWire Location
12VRED / grn & RED / blu+ignition harness
STARTERBLACK/ blue+ignition harness
IGNITIONgreen+ignition harness
ACCESSORYnone
SECOND ACCESSORYpurple+ignition harness
TACHOMETERblackdiagnostic plug *2
POWER LOCKblue/red-54 pin plug, pin #22 @ *1
POWER UNLOCKWHITE/ black *3-54 pin plug, pin #20 @ *1
PARKING LIGHTS +*4
PARKING LIGHTS -nonenone
DOOR TRIGGERRED / blue+54 pin plug, pin #18 @ *1
HEADLIGHTS
WIPERS
LF WINDOW UP/DN*6
RF WINDOW UP/DN
LR WINDOW UP/DN
RR WINDOW UP/DN
TRUNK/HATCH PINWHITE/ brown-drivers kick panel
HOOD PINPURPLE / green-26 pin plug, pin #7 @ *1
TRUNK/HATCH RELEASEgray/green+54 pin plug, pin #17 @ *1
FACTORY ALARM ARMarms with lock
FACTORY ALARM DISARMdisarms with unlock
HORN TRIGGERPURPLE / blue+horn relay *5
BRAKE WIREBROWN / white+brake pedal switch
LOCK MOTORwhite (any one of 5)54 pin plug @ *1
UNLOCK MOTORblue54 pin plug, pin #35 @ *1
DISARM DEFEAT(chassis ground)
DISARM NO UNLOCKnone
DOME SUPERVISIONcomes on with unlock
SPEED SENSEBLACK/ whiteradio, pin #10
SUN ROOF OPEN/CLOSE*6
SUN ROOF LIMITnone
LF SPEAKERnone
RF SPEAKERnone
LR SPEAKERnone
RR SPEAKERnone
RADIO 12Vnone
RADIO GROUNDnone
RADIO SWITCHnone
RADIO ILLUMINATEnone
POWER ANTENNAnone
 
Notes:NOTE: This vehicle is equiped with the EWS II immobilizer system that need to be bypassed when adding a remote start. Use DEI module 555B and refer to directfax document #1056 for additional wiring information. *1 The general module is a white box located behind the glove box. The 54 pin plug is the center plug, and the 26 pin plug is the one on the left. *2 The diagnostic plug is on the passengers side of the engine compartment. If the vehicle does not have the diagnotic plug then the black wire can be found at the data link connector under the driver side dash. *3 On some models, unlock may require a double pulse. *4 Need to remove the light switch module from the dash and pop off the front cover. A ribbon cable which connects the switch to the module will be exposed. With the switch facing towards you, you need to interrupt the fourth wire from the left with a relay. When interrupted the parking lights will come on. See directfax document # 1055 for wiring information. *5 The horn relay is above the general module. It is the green relay to the right of an orange relay. *6 Extended triggers on the door lock wires will roll the windows up/down and open/close the sunroof. Use validity channels to control.


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