1999 E46 323ci M3 Dash Techno Cluster in Non M3, how can i make it all work?

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  1. 1999 E46 323ci M3 Dash Techno Cluster in Non M3, how can i make it all work? 
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    Hey guys

    as you know unfortunatly im a rep owner for the time being, and as i have to change my engine i want to get the rev lights and oil pressure guage working properly.

    how do i do this as the non m3 models didnt have this option? is there a wiring diagram so i know where to get the aproppriate feeds from?
     
     

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    anyone? there must be a way to make the oil pressure guage and rev lights work properly
     
     

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    anyone? does anyone have any e46 m3 wiring diagrams?
     
     

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    Dont know if this will be any use to you pal but if you google bentley e46 wiring diagrams and have a look around im sure you'll find what your looking for.. good luck
     
     

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    On the E46 you may find that these items are coded. I'm not entirely sure to be honest because I'm not familiar with the EWS systems that are used on the E46???

    On the E36 the only vehicle to have oil TEMPERATURE is the M3. The wiring does not exist on any other E36, I know this because I know what I had to do to get my E36 M3 clocks (with temp gauge) to work when I completed my conversion.

    If you get completely stuck and don't mind paying someone else to assist you then I have a very good contact and will happily pass on his details if you wish?
     
     

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    I figured the extra cables need to be added which is fine i just need to know where they go too and from?

    Can ur contact just not give me the info so i can do it myself?
     
     

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