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#1 (permalink) Old 10-05-2004, 02:01 PM
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I recently picked up a 92' 735il at an auction. A much more complex car than my Z3. I was wondering if anyone knew the whereabouts of the alarm control unit on this E32 model car. Some of the forums have said the 5 series is under the backseat, others have said the 3 series is behind the glove box. Im banking that the 7 series is one of the 2 obviously but would really like to know before I go taking things apart. Im trying to program the remote key-fob. Thanks
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I dont know, but the back seat is very easy to remove. Just pull up. If ots not there, id bank on the gb.

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I dont know, but the back seat is very easy to remove. Just pull up. If ots not there, id bank on the gb.
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Thats kind of what I was thinking I just wasnt too sure. thanks
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If it's a factory alarm, try asking a dealer.

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You do not need to know the location of the "alarm unit" as you call it to recode the key... what exactly is your car doing that makes you think you need to have the key fob recoded??

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