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    hi i have a new hedge hog to fit but don't know where it is located,can anyone help?the car is a e46 330ci.
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    I did one a few weeks ago have a look here
     
     

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    What Ed meant is the E46 DIY is HERE and the resistor is found from driver's side footwell. Please put model type at least in your thread title as Ed probably thought you have an E36...I've done this for you.
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by NealP View Post
    What Ed meant is the E46 DIY is HERE and the resistor is found from driver's side footwell. Please put model type at least in your thread title as Ed probably thought you have an E36...I've done this for you.
    sorry,thank you.
     
     

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    Did I misread it?
     
     

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