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#1 (permalink) Old 01-07-2004, 03:59 PM
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I posted this to the P/N vault, but received no replies...thought I'd try this forum:

I need a keyless remote for my '94 325i (remote system was installed, but when I bought the car from prior owner, he didn't have any of the remote fobs!).

My manual says part # is 82 11 1 467 015 , with FCC ID A269ZUA071. I've also seen the same looking remote on sale at e-bay with part# 88 88 1 600 292 and the same FCC ID. Since FCC ID is the same, will both of these fobs work in my car? i.e., is one of these an updated part #?

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I would go to the dealer and have them run your VIN. They would then be able to tell you which part you need and order the key if you need.

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Problem is dealer charges $130 for the fob, on e-bay I can find one for 30-40, sometimes people sell one part number, other times they sell the other. Would like to know if I could bid confidently on each part number. Items look identical and carry same FCC ID.

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Have you gotten an answer on this? I have the same question.
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