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1993 BMW M50 Engine Motronic 1.3 Ignition System Wiring Diagram

Tuesday, 20. April 2010 by Arya
The following schematic shows the 1993 BMW M50 Engine Motronic 1.3 Ignition System Wiring Diagram which consists of: battery, ignition switch, ignition coil, distributor, spark plugs and motronic control unit. Read more [...]

The BMW D7 Marine Engine Schematic and Wiring Diagram

Wednesday, 22. July 2009 by Arya
The BMW D7 Marine Engine is a four-stroke diesel engine with direct injection and open-circuit cooling system. The Neoprene impeller of the coolant pump is driven directly from the crankshaft. Electric starter and flywheel alternator are standard equipment. Read more [...]

BMW M3 318i 323i 325i 328i (1992 – 1998) Ignition System

Saturday, 25. February 2017 by Arya
BMW M3 318i 323i 325i 328i (1992 - 1998) Ignition System All engines covered by this article use an advanced engine management system. The engine management system incorporates on-board diagnostics, fuel injection, ignition and other advanced engine control functions. The engine management system variants include: 4-cylinder M42 (1.8l) BOSCH DME M1.7; 4-cylinder M44 (1.9l) BOSCH DME M5.2 (OBD II); 6-cylinder M50 (2.5l/1992) BOSCH DME M3.1; 6-cylinder M50 (2.5l/1993-1995) BOSCH DME M3.3.1; 6-cylinder Read more [...]

BMW 3 Series E46 Bluetooth Kit ULF Wiring System

Sunday, 19. February 2017 by Arya
The BMW E46 series is the fourth generation of the BMW 3 Series. The mid-range series was introduced in March 1998 as the successor of the E36 series. The E46 has been equipped as standard with a 5-speed manual gearbox. In June 2001 the Compact was launched on the basis of the E46 series. For the first time, engines were installed with the new Valvetronic, which also appeared in the other E46 variants for the new model year, which began a few months later. The following schematic depicts the BMW Read more [...]

BMW Motorcycle R50, R60, R69 Electrical System and Wiring Harness Diagram

Sunday, 19. February 2017 by Arya
Built by Bayerische Motoren Werke between 1955 and 1969, the BMW /2 series motorcycle machines were either a low compression 500cc R50, low compression 600cc R60, or, as introduced in 1956, a high compression R69. The BMW R 50 was introduced in 1955 as the successor to the R 51/3. The R 50 was part of a series of new models: the 250cc touring model R26, the R50 500cc touring model, the 600cc touring model R 60 and R 69 600cc sports model. This entire series consisted of "Vollschwingen BMWs', Read more [...]