I have done a few alarm installs (VW's mostly, one or two Honda's..) in my past, but never one on a BMW. I am picking up a 93 325is tonight, and want to install my remote start alarm on it. I can do the wireing and configureing, no worrys there. What I need to know is, is there an immobilizer on the car, and what type of alarm comes stock? Is it easy to bypass? Also, do BMW's bitch about remote starts? My first time installing it on a VW was a bitch, but that was cuz of the RPM sensor.. Easy fix
I'll have pictures tonight.. I am going to get it tonight Its a 93 325is, no M3 love sadly I have much, much, much love for M3's, specially the 03's... Mmm... There are a BUNCH of M3's up here, Lake Oswego has soo many..
Originally posted by 007ben@Jul 1 2004, 03:39 PM hey another person from Oregon. whoohoo...
try a stellar alarm, if you haven't already purchased the viper. they are plug-n-play and i dobelive they take care of the cut off for you...
in a 93 bmw there is no immobilizer in that car all the wires are behind the glove box were the factory alarm plug is any q. just let me know i can help you i have workrd on bmw most of my life and worked for bmw installing after market alarms ans stereos
Can I get the schematic for the 93 325is wireing harness off of you? The kick-panel harness and behind the glove box, perferabily. Anything I'll need for my remote start setup.. As well, where is the tach sensor wire? Do you have AIM? If so, hit me up at "sigma2kx" I could reallly use some help tomorrow, the BMW wireing looks much diff
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