I'm amazed how well I was able to photograph the fuse box diagram.
There are alot of interesting comments to be made here. Read some of the descriptions of what each position is reserved for. Then, see if you have a fuse in that position. I was very surprised that I had fuses in some positions, where I didn't have that option.
I piggy backed onto fuse # 24 for my heated wiper fluid. The description is "heated spray nozzles". Look in the last column, fifth item down, "Outside temperature display Parking Aid". Seems the little sensor we have been talking about does feed into a slew of features.
Fuse # 31 is tied to the clock, and the OBC, check the last column. I don't have OBC, and I have a fuse in areas it says are used for OBC.
I tied into fuse# 25 for the engine compartment light.
Fuses # 40 and #5 are reserved for lumbar support, which I will be adding soon. Looks like our cars have fuse assignments for practically every option an E36 could possibly have.
Some of these assignments are really weird:
Belt Tensioner/ Belt Catch
Roll Over Protection
Headlight cleaning system
Radio Remote Control
The list goes on and on