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  1. 1999 Z3M 3.2l wiring issues 
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    looking to build a stripped out track car (m series z3)

    wishing to remove all excess luggage that also includes wiring.

    is there anyone that can advise on just what the bare minimum (wiring) is for engine to run.

    the engine loom seems to branch over to a multipoint round connector which has wires that run from it to the fuse board (relays). my thinking is just how many of these wires are required for engine to run.

    in my previous modifying days. I simply fed a live and earth to and engine loom and things worked out fine. this is a much more modern vehicle and so are consulting help first. surely someone has fitted a mseries e36 to a bmw and altered the necessary wiring bits.

    any help much appreciated
     
     

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    S54 or S50 engined ?
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    s50 engine
     
     

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