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    hi all again just wondering are the e36 wiring looms ie,318is,328i all one loom from the engine bay straight through to the rear lights, as one unit as i no on some you can split them via few multi plugs, also if are one unit the get from engine in and out do they just pull straight through a whole with sleaving thx
     
     

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    The wiring loom starts in the fusebox, Front section goes around engine bay and rear section goes through bulkhead and right the way through the car on the passenger side and branching across to the opposite side. The loom continues into the boot and to the rear lights, it does not separate to go into the boot lid. This is also part of the main loom

    Is it an easy job to replace one??? Nope

    Well... I lie! It's not that difficult but you basically need to remove everything on the inside of your car
     
     

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