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Old 09-14-2022, 05:06 AM   #1
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Smile Connecting up a remote locking system

I purchased a 1995 318ti from Germany in March 2022. It has a total of 63,000KM / 39,000MI. I would like to add a remote door lock system. I have purchased a British Hawk 008 unit that is compatible with my vehicle.
I found out that the wiring, as well as other items, on the "made for Germany" cars is different.

Does anyone know of a source of manuals that would have the European wiring diagrams for this vehicle. I have researched to the best of my ability and am coming up short.

Thanks folks, Hank----I am an old newby
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The wiring is probably all the same. Opposite if you're in the UK. Alarm/door hook ups are behind the glove box.

These right here seem to be working for me;


Have no idea if they're in it.
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Old 09-18-2022, 03:13 PM   #3
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Hi, I appreciate your sending me the diagrams. I will check out the wiring diagrams to see if they are better than the one I have. I did find out that the wiring is different on the "made for Germany" vehicles. Wiring is missing in the plugs behind the glove box, shown in the diagrams, that are needed for the open / close activation and the turn signals. Hank
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