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    Hello everyone, Joined the site yesterday as I am putting a Towbar on my E39 5 Series. I have a dedicated wiring system to fit but it states in the instructions the I have to run one of the wires to the LCM and connect the wire to 'CAVITY35' Please can anyone tell me which connection/cavity is number 35 as nothing is numbered. Thanks in advance for any help/info offered.


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    Can anybody assist the OP here ?
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    Fitted loads of tow bars, scrap them instructions and trace the wires back from the cluster or get yourself a multimeter and test each wire individually, ie apply the brakes and find the wire with juice going thru it.
     
     

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