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Old 04-29-2013, 09:18 PM   #41
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Can the Cable throttle pedal from the 2000 323i work in the 2003 330i drive by wire..........I need a cable pedal?
Sure does. That's what I used in the M3. It bolts in and clips in the floor the same way. There is a rubber bung in the firewall you push out and clip the cable bracket clip straight in and the throttle end is nice and easy to pull apart, cut down and put back together with a new end on it. Works a treat
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Old 04-29-2013, 09:21 PM   #42
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Sure does. That's what I used in the M3. It bolts in and clips in the floor the same way. There is a rubber bung in the firewall you push out and clip the cable bracket clip straight in and the throttle end is nice and easy to pull apart, cut down and put back together with a new end on it. Works a treat
Thanks bro....planning on getting tuned this weekend and it would suck to have a malfunctioning pedal.
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Old 05-10-2013, 08:24 PM   #43
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Old 04-10-2014, 08:23 PM   #48
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What are you wanting to get working? Keep the factory ECU in the car, speedo runs off the abs so it will still work, use the BMW water temp sender in the 1j so your water temp gauge works, use the BMW oil pressure switch so you have a working oil pressure light, use the BMW ecu alternator light wire so your alternator light works, use the 1j ECU tachometer output to go into a Dakota digital tachometer box and the output of that into the tachometer input on the BMW ECU.

Things like oil level, water level etc you can just short out to clear those lights. And things like check engine, eml etc you can get the ecu programmed to turn these off.

All of this should work in theory. Im doing it all at the moment with an LS. I'm even going to measure the resistance of the oil temp gauge and get a temp sensor than is the same resistance so I still have the oil temp gauge as well.
Great Project and Thanks for Sharing. Im looking to do the same swap with my 323ci. Where did you get your ECU programmed to turn off your "Check Engine" lights?
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