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E36 M3 (1992-1999) {Euro - S50 B32 321hp @ 7400 rpm} {U.S. - S52 B32 240 hp @ 6000 rpm}
Total Produced: 71,212 - Years Produced: 1992 to 1999


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Old Thu, Jan-28-2016, 03:03:45 AM   #141
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Default Re: The definitive guide to self diagnosing your ABS/ASC light.

Basically it is possible with the V8 in an E36 chassis, Alpina did it for example, but very difficult, engine not mounted from below, but from above http://www.alpina-archive.com/?page_id=59

But back to the subject: has somebody downloaded the pics for the repair and can post them here again? Thanks
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Old Fri, Jan-29-2016, 08:02:03 AM   #142
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Default Re: The definitive guide to self diagnosing your ABS/ASC light.

the pics weren't super helpful - the pinouts were the best part and they're available within the thread

Check here for more info

http://blog.bavauto.com/14248/bmw-di...es-and-others/

Also - tell us what your specific issue is.
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Old Fri, Jan-29-2016, 09:11:48 AM   #143
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Also - tell us what your specific issue is.
No issue on my car, just was interested in the repair possibilities in case I have such a problem in the future. Thanks for the comment about the pics and the pinouts.
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Old Fri, Mar-18-2016, 02:41:26 PM   #144
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Default Re: The definitive guide to self diagnosing your ABS/ASC light.

I was troubleshooting my ASC/ABS light issue last night and it turned out to be the broken solder points in the brake pedal travel sensor. Easy fix, once you figure out how to get the little clip off. Not much room to work with when you have man hands like I do.
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Default Re: The definitive guide to self diagnosing your ABS/ASC light.

I'm actually having this issue now as well. ABS/ASC light is not on when I start the car but as soon as I start moving faster than 5mph or so it trips on. I want to test the wheel sensors. It don't know where the module is behind the glovebox that was talked about and was hoping the pics would have still worked. Can anyone post a picture of what I need to remove once the glovebox is out? Or is there another way to test the sensors?
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Old Tue, Apr-25-2017, 09:12:28 PM   #146
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Default Re: The definitive guide to self diagnosing your ABS/ASC light.

Pull out the kick panel under the glove box in the passenger foot well. It will be the large connector closest to the door. Use a flat head screw driver to pop open the metal hinge and then the connector will release from the ABS computer enclosure.
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Default Re: The definitive guide to self diagnosing your ABS/ASC light.

Can anybody tell me the pinout ABS ASC+T control unit, bmw E36 318 , year 1997 , engine M43.
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Can anybody tell me the pinout ABS ASC+T control unit, bmw E36 318 , year 1997 , engine M43.
Nobody can help me to solve my problem I have change ABS sensor for all 4 whell, I have check all 3 fuse for ABS , I have check my relay for ABS it is good, my engine for ABS it s working ( I have schorted pins from relay ) and the lights from ABS& AST still on.
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