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    is it possible to go from anolouge this ???



    to this? how hard if poss?? or are they 2 seperate things.. duh
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    It's possible but quite hard to change buddy (or so iv heard) apparantly not worth the effort but I think it does transform a interior
    to fast to live
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    click hear for extreme bbw punishment......
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by niall_farley View Post
    It's possible but quite hard to change buddy (or so iv heard) apparantly not worth the effort but I think it does transform a interior
    wont bother then.. if it aint easy job and fairly quick..
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    I can't see the images you've posted as i'm at work, so i'll guess that you want to go from a manual climate, to auto climate ?

    Not easy, but not the hardest to convert I believe.

    You best read Billys guide - I'm sure he'll be along shortly to bollock you
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ferret View Post
    I can't see the images you've posted as i'm at work, so i'll guess that you want to go from a manual climate, to auto climate ?

    Not easy, but not the hardest to convert I believe.

    You best read Billys guide - I'm sure he'll be along shortly to bollock you
    hahahah yea ive just found it.. but still confused on will mine have all the wireing already..lol but thats not suprising ,cause i no nothing.lol
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    Biggest issue is that it involves removing the dash and entire heater box, which means draining coolant and air con gas.
     
     

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    10 points for finding the guide, but 9 off for not looking before you posted the question!

    For others looking at this thread here it is (scroll to bottom)...

    http://www.bimmerforums.co.uk/forum/...common-t58436/

    In answer to your question, no you won't have the wiring. You need the climate loom as it has all the wiring for the motorised flaps among other things. Best option is to fully remove an entire system from a scrap car that way you'll get everything.
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by billywhizz1984 View Post
    10 points for finding the guide, but 9 off for not looking before you posted the question!
    I knew you'd be along shortly
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by billywhizz1984 View Post
    10 points for finding the guide, but 9 off for not looking before you posted the question!

    For others looking at this thread here it is (scroll to bottom)...

    http://www.bimmerforums.co.uk/forum/...common-t58436/

    In answer to your question, no you won't have the wiring. You need the climate loom as it has all the wiring for the motorised flaps among other things. Best option is to fully remove an entire system from a scrap car that way you'll get everything.
    well im happy with the 1 point.lol. dont take that away from me good informative guide by the way..
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    Thread bump here but to answer the original question...yes

    But don't bother unless you like a LOT of work lol
    http://www.bimmerforums.co.uk/forum/image.php?type=sigpic&userid=25535&dateline=129538  0035
     
     

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