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  1. 1995 e36 328i bypassing immobiliser ews? 
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    Ok guys so im on removing a aftermarket imobiliser and whilst on with it I decided ide like to remove the lot and go to basic start and run. Is it possible in a 95 e36
    Im thinking ingition switch and obv others
    Fuel pump power?

    Is there way round the ews for spark ect . What exactly will i need to put on a switch or relay
    Hope you guys can help
     
     

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    It's a data connection, not an electrical one.
    They can be removed from some ECUs, but early '95s might not be possible.

    In those cases, you can use an EWS emulator from ebay.
     
     

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    So im still going to need the key with transponder close together to get around the factory immobiliser.
    But still being able to use a ignition switch and push start

    Any other problems ill come across with removing a after market immobiliser. Ive found where its been tapped into main loom. Seems to be one wire behind glove box( a green and purple iirc) then another running to steering column area which ive not inspected yet
     
     

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    Yea, I'd just track down what the aftermarket immobiliser cuts, most likely the ignition (starter motor) and the fuel pump.
     
     

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    Theres a couple of joints inline which ill post up possibly factory plugs for something but im unsure. I have one wire in pass footwell sorted now just need to get drivers side traced. Ive managed to cut and shed a asda carrier of unwanted wiring lol
     
     

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    These are what im left with after removing the rest and joining a couple

    The back wire running over my thumb goes into the green black wire on other side of plug what is it?

    Last one seems to be fitted into plug doesnt slice anywhere ?

    Any ideas like.
     
     

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