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  1. cipo86
    09-22-2015 12:17 PM
    sorry if I disturb you ... would you be so 'kind enough to send the wiring diagram to make the change gear knob illuminated ... DCT knob retrofitted from a e60lci / e70
    Thanks for taking the time for all your helpful posts
  2. cipo86
    09-21-2015 11:09 AM
    Hello ... you could send me the wiring diagram for connecting the knob.
    Thank you
  3. Fly Navy
    08-13-2015 05:35 PM
    Fly Navy

    Congratulations on your marriage & kids. Hope all is well.

    One questions, regarding your 12 button HVAC upgrade; is it true the 12 button unit does NOT contain the little circuit board fan that the 10 button does?

    I have a little bit of noise coming from the 10 button unit, even after I've turned d the car off. It's not very loud and goes for 5-10 minutes or so.

    Thanks for your opinion.

    Portland, Oregon
  4. Ronny87
    05-16-2015 04:10 AM
    Hello Delmarco,

    I've noticed you are the man with the knowledge of the side mirrors on a E46...

    I contacted you a year ago about the mirrors... I have had an accident and now I'm owning a newer E46 model, E46 320CD from may 2005 with folding option (not automatic folding).

    I want to replace the stock OEM elephant mirrors with M3 ones. Now my question is, will these fit on my car?


    I think that adapter on the pictures will no be plug & play on my car right? They have to snap in into some adapter or something?
    Perhaps I can have your email for an easier chat?

    Thanks in advance!
    David (Belgium).
  5. lllRazorlll
    05-11-2015 09:33 PM
    Hey man, I see that you were debating getting LED tails. Get Euro-spec halogen tails where the amber is changed to clear. You can then get clear indicators and clear corners to really clean up well
  6. delmarco
    05-03-2015 08:05 PM
    Sorry I was super busy during the last 24 to 30 months getting married and having babies. I will try to answer all the PMs I've received in the last year or so.
  7. anandoc
    04-09-2015 02:23 PM
    Hi there!

    Sorry to bother you here but your PM box is full.

    I have a 2004 E46 330i, which has the ribbon cable mirror motors. I also have memory & heated mirrors. This leads me to believe that I have the mirror control modules on each of my doors (61356916054).

    Question: Are these control modules compatible with mirror motors which do not have the ribbon cable? I.e. if I purchased mirror motors (with heating and memory pn 51167003440), would that be a simple plug & play? Or would I have to buy separate control modules, compatible with the non-ribbon cables?

    Thanks a lot for your time to answer my question!

  8. BaLLzZz
    02-24-2015 08:44 AM
    Please Clear your PM Box, Thank You
  9. sk55
    09-05-2014 11:31 AM
    hi delmarco
    i live in westchester ny.... i was wondering if you can help DIY newbie changes his brake pads on my 2005 330xi.
  10. DEADF15H
    07-29-2014 09:57 AM
    Thanks for taking the time for all your helpful posts. Makes owning this car more enjoyable, not withstanding the money I've saved

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