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How do i reset a BMW 316i e36 ECU - 316i BMW Cars & Trucks

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open the bonnet remove the black plastic over on top of the grill and this reveals the back of the grills so you can push themout from behind and not damage the paint.
Good luck davelee

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SOURCE: how do i change the torque settings on my bmw e36

Hi unsure what you mean by change the torque settings, if you mean on the head question is why? If yes for head, there is a tool for that & go to Download PDF search | PDFTown.com
for more info

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this can be done by removing the complete central locking unit and this will only be possible but the central locking will no longer work

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SOURCE: where is the location of the ecu of bmw 316i e36

the ecu for this model on a right hand drive car, is under the glove box bottom pannel, remove this pannel and it will be up on the left hand side it will have a black plug type connector it is awkward to get to if you want to remove it though

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SOURCE: firing order for a bmw e36 316i compact ??m43

on bm it is 1,3,4,2, or on 6 cylinder models 1,5,3,6,2,4.

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open the bonnet remove the black plastic over on top of the grill and this reveals the back of the grills so you can push themout from behind and not damage the paint.
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