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Old 07-24-2007, 06:07 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Question Remote key and alarm installation help

Help. Trying to install a recently purchased remote key unit for "95 325i. In the trunk, it says pre-wired for remote key entry. I can't find where to plug it in. The guy i bought the car from says its under the glove box...nothing there. Any insight, thanks.
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have you tried looking on the inner part by removing the glove box? or
let the guy that sold you that look for it.
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Its prewired for a factory BMW unit. Aftermarket ones will work, but they arent a plug and play. I would opt for an aftermarket one as they typically have more range and more features than the BMW ones
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