Read the ebay posting VERY carefully...the buttons are not for anything. The "red light" that comes on when you push them only iluminates the keyhole. Bottome line, they look nice, but don't open ANY BMW remotely. n
__________________ <span style='color:green'>1994 325i </span>- - - 75,000 mi.
No mods - - - very happy as is!
<span style='color:green'>1995 525i </span>- - - 154,000 mi.
No squeaks or rattles... unreal!
Read the ebay posting VERY carefully...the buttons are not for anything. The "red light" that comes on when you push them only iluminates the keyhole. Bottome line, they look nice, but don't open ANY BMW remotely.
Yes but can I wire it some way so that they do work?
__________________ 1994 bmw 325is
-Cold air Intake
-Lsd rear differential
-More to come.....
What about just unlocking the car though? How can somebody get the key to unlock their car or start it? I thought that BMW keys have a chip in them for the starter, so they arent very easy to copy. But how would you cut the key to opn your doors Those are sick keys though!!!
It would take some extreme fabrication unless you had some keyless entry already you could try hooking that up inside.
__________________ PRESIDENT OF THE OVER 10 YEARS OLD AND UNDER 100K MILES CLUB
1993 325i 5spd
Benfer Performance Intake
M-tech Pedals and Shiftknob
Bavarian Auto Floor Mats
Wheelskin Steering Wheel Cover
Panasonic Head Unit
Euro Projector Lights w/ black Housing
Black Housing Clear Corners
MORE TO COME!!
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