BMW Electrical trouble shooting guide on line

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Bertie
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  Z3 roadster 3.0i
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BMW Electrical trouble shooting guide on line

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Porterbility has the complete BMW 2001 Z series 3 E 36/7 Electrical trouble shooting manual online at" porterbility.co.uk Files/PDF36 z3 pdf "
It's a monster 350+ page document covering wiring diagrams , fuses , location of electrical items with pictures to show where everything is.
It's a real Child's Guide to the Z 3 electrical systems , lots of Anorak information
Worth a mention in the Knowledge Base , Moderators ?
Cheers
Bertie

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Robert T
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Re: BMW Electrical trouble shooting guide on line

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It's already in there, under Documentation, but thanks anyway.

Cheers R.

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amancuso
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Re: BMW Electrical trouble shooting guide on line

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Just FYI there are different versions of the electrical diagrams out there. I could only find North American spec ones, but needed a UK/EU version because I was retrofitting rear fog lamps into my NA spec Z3. Once I was able to located them, I wired them up as per factory.
2000 Z3 2.3 Topaz Blue Metallic over Black and Sandbeige leather.

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pingu
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Re: BMW Electrical trouble shooting guide on line

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I don't know who this porterbility guy is :wave , but there is an EU wiring diagram amongst the list of wiring diagrams (it's called AG)...

http://porterbility.co.uk/Stuff.htm
Pingu

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