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Thread: William's 330Ci ZHP Maintenance and Project Thread

  1. #871
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    Quote Originally Posted by BMWCurves View Post
    You're being a real mensch there, bud.
    How dare u

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    I don't have an alternative. But I can tell you back in 2017, I installed the X3 blower unit 64-11-3-453-729 on my ZHP sedan. I paid $126 for the part (including S/H).
    2005 IR / black / 6MT
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    Anyone have a suggestion on a clean way of powering or splicing an F10 illuminated knob? I've looked at this guide (link: http://www.zhpmafia.com/forums/showt...l-doityourself), but some sort of disconnector system would be nice

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    I used a clamp-on connector on the source wire and a spade terminal on the knobís wires.

    Like this:

    Emma - 2005 BMW 330ci ZHP 6MT Estorilblau Individual

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    Gracias, that's very helpful!

    Did you do this twice? Once to match each of the two brown wires from the cigarette lighter and the knob (what I'm assuming are grounds), and the second for the power from the cigarette lighter and the knob? I'm no electrical whiz so this is relatively foreign to me.

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    For the new year:
    Mileage on 01/01/2019: 66,567 miles
    Mileage on 01/01/2020: 72,610 miles
    Total miles driven in 2019: 6,043
    Estimated miles driven in 2019: 6,000
    Percent-off estimation: 0.7%

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    That is great amout of miles you drove last year, considering that your car is in the different state.
    When is your med. school graduation?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RUS_ZHP View Post
    That is great amout of miles you drove last year, considering that your car is in the different state.
    When is your med. school graduation?

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    Thanks!

    The car and I actually share the same state again as I moved back in 2017! It still doesn't get a lot of miles because I walk to class and the hospital during the week. Graduation isn't until 2022, but it seems to be rapidly approaching.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BMWCurves View Post
    Thanks!

    The car and I actually share the same state again as I moved back in 2017! It still doesn't get a lot of miles because I walk to class and the hospital during the week. Graduation isn't until 2022, but it seems to be rapidly approaching.
    Got you. For some reason I was thinking that your school is somewhere in DC area.


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    Quote Originally Posted by RUS_ZHP View Post
    Got you. For some reason I was thinking that your school is somewhere in DC area.


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    I was there for a Master's program, but now I'm moved back and in med school in Oregon

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