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Old 11-08-2004, 03:02 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Is it possible to hook up a remote door opener and an alarm on a 1990 525i? If so, where could i buy the kit, and where would i hook it up to? (i heard that there is alreayd a hookup for it somewhere in the car)

Also, im trying to put a new head unit in, and i've got the power wires all hooked up, but i cant get the speaker wires done right.. THere are only 4 of them it seems, and no ground. I looked all over the internet, including the bmwe34.NET site.. That didnt help me much. This sound system and the speaker wires have been bugging me for a LONG WHILE now.. can anyone help me out on this?? Thanks

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Old 11-09-2004, 01:20 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Go to circlebmw.com
Click on service dept, then tech tips for additional inforamtion on the alarm wiring
The alarm wiring/location is usually under the rear seat.

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I have just fitted a radio to my E34 and there should be 8 speaker wires, purple/purpleblack, green/green black, white/white black and grey/grey black. I use a 9 volt battery (the small square one) to test which wires are for which speaker - put 2 of the wires onto the battery terminals and see if you hear anything. Could it be that the wires have fallen further into the dash cut-out?
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hey, thanks, ill give it a try.
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