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    Can anyone advise on a source for a better wiring diagram, especially with the colours for the various wires , i have a disc based BMW one an it leaves a lot to be desired . I am fitting a M57 into my 110 land rover , most of its sorted but need to identify some wires !!
     
     

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    if its a bmw one , you wont get better than that , i think its pilot error rather than the disc .
     
     

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    Try bmwplanet.com
     
     

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    You may be right but the wds does not seem to list colours very consistently. I am trying to identify wires and their functions at a connector on a engine harness on a M57 engine that was removed from a 530d E39 . Its a clear 12 pin connector .
    Male pins 1 and 2 not used 3 is black 4 and 5 not used 6 light green/white 7 is Red white 8 and 9 not used
    10 is brown/purple 11 is brown /yellow 12 is not used .
    What they do, or which connector number this is will be a great help
     
     

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    Unfortunately without knowing what the connector fits on to it will be a hard job finding it on the wds.
     
     

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    What ecu does the m57 have?
    Where abouts on the original car would this connector have been?
     
     

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    It was in the ECU housing on the passenger side front just in front of windscreen . Its a 12 pin plug , have worked out that the large black wire
    supplies the starter solenoid. Its a 1999 E39 530D donor DDE4 I believe Thanks for helping
     
     

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    12 pin plug.png

    Is it x6011?
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by tacr2man View Post
    You may be right but the wds does not seem to list colours very consistently. I am trying to identify wires and their functions at a connector on a engine harness on a M57 engine that was removed from a 530d E39 . Its a clear 12 pin connector .
    Male pins 1 and 2 not used 3 is black 4 and 5 not used 6 light green/white 7 is Red white 8 and 9 not used
    10 is brown/purple 11 is brown /yellow 12 is not used .
    What they do, or which connector number this is will be a great help
    I have found a diagram but please do your own research before placing the wires in the below mentioned places.
    pin3=black wire goes to the starter and is a 2.5mm gauge wire.
    pin6=green/white goes to fuse 15 with a 0.75mm gauge wire.
    pin7=red/white 4.0mm gauge wire goes to fuse 31.
    pin10=brown/violet(not purple,but it looks purple) goes to(if car has ike)pin 19 on blue connector on the cluster or(if non ike)to pin 12 on black 26 pin connector on the cluster.
    pin11=brown/yellow 0.5mm gauge wire goes to(if car has ike)pin 18 on the blue connector at the cluster or(if non ike)to pin 13 on the black 26 pin connector at the cluster.


    These seem to be the connection points if you had the loom in your hand and plugged in the white connector and you wanted to connect the rest of the wires up.
    Any questions just ask.
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by edber View Post
    I have found a diagram but please do your own research before placing the wires in the below mentioned places.
    pin3=black wire goes to the starter and is a 2.5mm gauge wire. Yes that is connected and works OK supplied from starter switch relay on landrover
    pin6=green/white goes to fuse 15 with a 0.75mm gauge wire. Is this a feed to 15 or from 15 ? and what does it do ? or connect to?
    pin7=red/white 4.0mm gauge wire goes to fuse 31. I found this goes live and switches off with a slight delay ( supply to ABS ?)
    pin10=brown/violet(not purple,but it looks purple) goes to(if car has ike)pin 19 on blue connector on the cluster or(if non ike)to pin 12 on black 26 pin connector on the cluster. What is IKE ?
    pin11=brown/yellow 0.5mm gauge wire goes to(if car has ike)pin 18 on the blue connector at the cluster or(if non ike)to pin 13 on the black 26 pin connector at the cluster.




    These seem to be the connection points if you had the loom in your hand and plugged in the white connector and you wanted to connect the rest of the wires up.
    Any questions just ask.
    Because I am fitting into Landrover that plug is at the end of the harness I have as I have taken out of the 530D donor car and is attached to the engine so the functions of the wires is the question as i need to connect to the various systems on the landy Thanks gain for the help with this
     
     

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