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    hie! i drive an E36 dolphin shape 1997 model, it happened that one day i failed to unlock its steering i ended up breaking the ingtion and lock nut. i tried to bridge the car it goes on but doesnt start, even you try to start by oushing it doesnt respond.
    now i have ordered a new key from germany for R2000.00, . Please help me in solving this problem
    im also available on whatsapp at + 27 797669659
    richard khoza (causerara@gmail.com)
     
     

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    you will need the key to unlock the ews.
     
     

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    Stickie's right. Remember that the car senses the ign. key when it is inserted, and only then "unlocks" the start inhibitor. The engine may spin over, but there will be no spark until the key is sensed by the EWS as being in the ignition lock.
    Lucky fellow being in Durban. I used to visit when I could when I worked in Johannesburg. Had a 528i then, so it was a great drive, especially down the scarp to sea-level. The power difference from reef to bottom was amazing.
    Good luck, Mike
     
     

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