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Old 07-12-2004, 05:43 PM   #1 (permalink)
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i just got a bmw alarm brain from a friend but he didn't know what the part # was because the sticker on the back was missing. i opened the case hoping to find the # or anything i could use to identify it but the only 2 numbers i could find is on the little silver box near where the antenna comes in: 85064W01 and 705AB1A.
does anyone have any clue on what this is? part#, fcc# etc ?
i would much appreciate any help. thanks guys...


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give a call to your local BMW dealership. They'll look up those numbers and tell you what they are for. If they are not the correct numbers then they can tell you what the correct part number should be and help you identify whether or not that is the correct part.
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i did. two different dealerships. neither one could tell me. one tech said to just plug it in and that the worst that would happen would be a blown fuse but he couldn't tell me which fuse. n
i called alpine-nothing. i tried BMW of North America's customer service dept. again, nothing. maybe i'll just throw it on ebay for a couple bucks. what can you do

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i did. two different dealerships. neither one could tell me. one tech said to just plug it in and that the worst that would happen would be a blown fuse but he couldn't tell me which fuse. n
i called alpine-nothing. i tried BMW of North America's customer service dept. again, nothing. maybe i'll just throw it on ebay for a couple bucks. what can you do

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that's crap.

if your in the US call 501-224-3200. thats the BMW dealership in Little Rock AR. Ask those guys, they're awesome and can most likely find out. If one guy says he can't find out tell him to ask DP.
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ill check my system when i return home from work.

i need to know what car you have.

E46 3 series alarm kit is part number 65 73 9 416 520
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well im assuming this is for the E46 3 series...

this is what i got from my system:

Tilt Sensor: 65 75 8 386 932 or 65 75 6 923 215
Motion Sensor: 65 75 8 379 938
Siren: 65 75 8 383 152

There are a couple other parts but they are just screws and mounting brackets.
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E46 alarm kit does not come with a Module as the General Module which is already in the car controls the system. The #s which you posted are not BMW part #'s, post the year and model of your car including the last 7 digits of the vin and if possible post a pic of the alarm module which you are trying to identify and perhaps then we can help.
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