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  1. spike9075
    01-28-2014 02:12 PM
    spike9075
    hey read up on your forum! i am having one same problems as yours, i am only getting 4volts on my fuel filter rather then the 12 said i should be getting. i have a bmw 330ci and am desperatly trying to get this fixed. i notice you said you replaced the EKP module to get the fuel pumping again. just trying to figure out where this is located so i can try replacing it.
  2. dylan323i
    05-13-2012 06:34 AM
    dylan323i
    thanks so much for leaving the site up man! its been such a huge help, i havent even touched a bmw m3 e46 and i pretty much know what im suppose to do thanks again man
  3. lovnblack
    04-20-2012 07:21 PM
    lovnblack
    hi again, hope you would visit your profile/inbox in next day and see my this message. Im in trouble and a lot of stupid serviceman waste my days. Please help me or show me a way....the problem is O2 post cat sensor's female plugs are doesnot exist on my car. Sound weird maybe, let me explain..I am living some problems about injection time (3rd injector's ms timing is not zero or in average timing range, its raise up to 2ms and later my car engine start to shaking, my fuel consumption is not stable) cause of that want to try montage post cat O2 sensors on my new header's cat. (my car's first owner has removed this 2pcs O2 long sensors from catalitic conv.) and I started to search&find these 2 female plugs/signal cables for connect 2pcs O2 bosch sensors (990mm length cables) but there is no plug no cutted cable etc. Im already using 2pcs pre cat sensors (short cables) I follow their plug signal cables and lead to control unit DME box, I think long O2 sensor cables also must lead to control unit box right? If it is true, then I need buy used female cables and montage it onto right pins of control unit...but how? What I need, a schema, diagram or a drafting? which color cable, which pin etc...I could not find any document, schema or forum topic about it. I know that you are a great person about BMW, please help me, in last 2 days I visit a few serviceman and you really dont want to know their stupid comments! Hope you can show me a way. Best regards, Rifat
  4. zcchen
    04-18-2011 03:07 PM
    zcchen
    Hi,
    I am totally amazed by ur S54 transplant thread. Thank you for taking the time to document it for the community.
    I was going to SC my 325 but after reading your thread, I think I am going to do a S54 into a e46 sedan swap this summer.
    I am going to use a 6spd instead of SMG, so hopefully that makes it easier.
    But I have several questions that have been bothering me and you seem like the perfect person to go to.
    Did you swap out the whole harness? Did u put in the whole m3 harness? Or did u integrate m3's DME into the stock sedan harness? If so, how was it done? Any splicing of the harness?
    Thank you and look forward to hearing from you.
    My email is zcchen.e46@gmail.com
  5. e46rage
    02-23-2011 10:06 PM
    e46rage
    I was wondering if you can still make the wire for the smg wheel to retro fit it to my step. 330ci ?
  6. BlackPearl_Custom
    02-10-2011 12:13 PM
    BlackPearl_Custom
    hi! i read some threads about retrofitting e90 steering wheel on e46.. and told that you have done it before. so, i assume it is possible to fit e90 steering wheel on e46, and the question is what mods have to be done to do this mod?

    thanks alot mite46
  7. MITE46
    09-07-2009 03:49 AM
    MITE46
    the total cost has dropped quit a bit, you can get E46 M3 engine for <3k on ebay now. It's much easier if you do a 6speed swap,....no DSC to worry about
  8. MITE46
    09-07-2009 03:45 AM
    MITE46
    main problems with the swap were with SMG and DSC...they need to match perfectly for it to calculate the shifts properly.
  9. MITE46
    09-07-2009 03:44 AM
    MITE46
    M3 wheels will fit on the sedan but because of the offset it willl rub like crazy...20's will work if the offset is correct.
  10. dr_jekyll
    09-06-2009 05:45 PM
    dr_jekyll
    hi , i have read your story of you m3 swap , verry impressed.

    i am looking to do a similar conversion into an e46 using an m62b44 v8 with the m3 drivetrain and rear end.

    i was wondering , were there any problems you encounterd with your conversion in general (mechanical or eletrical)for me to look out for ,

    thanks. craig
    thanks cra

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