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    My Mystic Adventure...

    I sold my 2003 Imola Red ZHP in August of 2018 and got my second ZHP, a 2004 Mystic Blue/Alcantara ZHP on July 2020 almost two years later. To be completely honest, I did not expect to be back in the ZHP game for a long time if ever. Vas made a comment in another thread (can't remember which right now) to the effect that people who sell their ZHPs tend to pick up another again. I found this comment to be true as I found myself back in my second ZHP although this one is far from perfect as compared to others. For some reason I tend to pick up rescue cases with "lots of character" to restore… I’m back!!!

    I found this poor neglected Mystic Blue ZHP in fredo’s CL findings thread where Notaniroc had posted a car he found in Facebook market. I was looking for a project car so I started looking into this car and thought about buying it.

    I contacted Brett and asked him if he could give this car a good look over since he was in the area and he obliged. I stressed to Brett that I was looking for a project car (one to work on and bring back to my standard of cars) and if it met his approval I would drive down to purchase this car. Brett gave the car a good look over with pictures and did not see anything to be too concerned about so I agreed to purchase this car and made the drive down to Maryland buy it and drive it back home with Botond’s assistance. It goes to say that Botond has had the opportunity to drive all of my cars over the time I have known him and it is always nice to have good friends like him and Brett to help out whenever you need it.

    For those not familiar with what I have done with my previous ZHP here is the link to that project thread...
    http://www.zhpmafia.com/forums/showt...-s-ZHP-project


    Here are a few pics of the car on the day of purchase...

    I had to painter's tape the gas cap cover door because the spring mechanism was so crapped up from tree debris (I did not know at that time) that both the locking mechanism and door would not remain closed. Once this area was thoroughly cleaned out and some WD40 applied to the spring mechanism, the issue went away permanently.



    The interior is worn, typical of high mileage cars with alcantara interior...


    The suede wrapped A-pillars really looked appalling to me and this was one of the first things I replaced once I got the car home. This does not look good to me...


    As you see the first thing to replace for the drive home was the steering wheel and LCM...


    I know Tyler was not expecting this...

    The rear diffuser was broken and at the time I did not know to the extent but this was addressed once I got home... getting the car home was the priority on that weekend...



    This was my ZHP on the day I purchased her:

    2004 BMW 330i ZHP
    6-Speed Manual Transmission
    Mystic Blue w/ Alcantara Interior
    Halogen Headlights (retrofitted to Xenon headlights for now)
    LCM s/w ver 3.56
    Rain sensor/Auto Headlight function
    Poorly wrapped Alcantara Steering Wheel
    Poorly wrapped Alcantara A-pillars
    Black Cube Trim
    Business CD Radio w/ Harmon Kardon Stereo
    BMW Factory 6-disc CD changer
    35% window tint on rear windows only
    Cold Weather Package
    Depot Euro Corner and Tail Lights

    230,399 miles



    As I started working on this car, keeping in mind I got this car because I have been looking for a “project car” to keep me busy… I have found a lot of issues that do not meet up to my standards. Most people would run away from this car but not me…. It explains why Tyler only had this car for a month. He did what he had to do then got rid of this car (flipped it) because he would end up spending much more money on this car than what it is worth. I get that… for me it’s not about the money, in fact…. None of my cars are about the money. It is about the journey you take with the car. Not many people reading this will truly understand what I am saying except for the crazy enthusiasts…

    The reason I went ahead with the purchase of this 2004 ZHP is because I have a 2004 M3 in my garage. Not many people would have two 2004 BMWs let alone an M3 and ZHP sitting at their garage. With this ZHP being Mystic Blue, the color I really wanted to have in a non-M BMW, I just could not allow this car to degrade any further so I grabbed it knowing I have a long road ahead of me to get her restored to the same level that my M3 is in… some of you on this forum have seen and ridden in my M3 so you know the level of care I put into my cars…

    Out of all the cars I have ever purchased, this poor ZHP is easily the car that has been in the worse material condition upon purchase.

    Identified Issues:
    - Sagging headliner (will source a brand new one)
    - A pillar/B pillar/C pillar require replacement (will source brand new ones)
    - Acoustic Sensor cover require replacement (will source a brand new one)
    - Sunroof switch/Microphone surround cover require replacement (will source a brand new one)
    - Driver’s side windows (driver’s door and driver rear passenger door) chipped
    - Roof panel dented and clear coat pealed off (will address in Spring)
    - Tires require replacement (working on this right now)
    - One front wheel damaged (road rash - thanks Tyler!)
    - Passenger side side skirt broken and is the wrong side skirt for ZHP
    - Overall condition of paint in bad shape
    - No name brand coilovers installed by Tyler. Will replace with better quality ones, probably KW V2s
    - Rear passenger lower control arm bent (working on this right now)
    - Center console requires replacement (will replace)
    - Outer shadow line glossy trim all need replacement
    - Window regulators (all four) will need replacement
    - OE ZHP shift knob in rough shape, will replace with F10 lit shift knob
    - Paint color mismatch on driver’s side will correct when time comes to repaint entire car
    - Rubber seals for window need replacement
    - Speakers will require replacement (BSW in the future)
    - Hood alarm switch faulty needs replacement (working on this)
    - There is a very small rust spot starting just below the trunk centerline underneath the trunk weather strip that I will address this Spring when weather is nice
    - Steering wheel GUIBO needs replacement
    - Clutch slave cylinder failed (Jan2021)
    - Water leaking inside car (sunroof drain/windshield cowl drain clogged) - fixed
    - Rear Window tint won’t come off and require replacement (replaced) - replaced rear window
    - Wrong fasteners used to secure fog lights (right ones ordered and installed)
    - Windshield cowl degraded needs replacement (replaced)
    - Windshield wipers crappy requires replacement (replaced)
    - Rear diffuser panel broken (replaced)
    - Mounting brackets for rear diffuser broken (replaced)
    - Engine compartment very dirty (cleaned)
    - Loose wiring loom left in engine bay (removed)
    - Front brake rotors and pads require replacement (replaced)
    - Brake fluid needs to be flushed (done)
    - BMW Assist rear view auto dim mirror broke needs replacement (replaced by E90 hidden compass/homelink auto dim mirror)
    - Gas tank cover was nonfunctional at time of purchase (fixed)
    - Interior of car was dirty (cleaned)
    - No rear cargo mat in trunk (sourced)
    - No floor mats (sourced)
    - No owners manual (sourced)
    - Front driver’s side fender support clip broken (replaced)
    - Windshield cowl weather strip missing (sourced)
    - Front passenger mid range speaker grill broken (sourced)
    - Business CD Radio on/off switch broken (fixed)
    - Steering wheel poorly wrapped in alcantara by previous owner (replaced with my Coby Alcantara Steering Wheel from previous ZHP)
    - Shark fin gasket gone, deteriorated (replaced)
    - Driver’s side headlight has 3 broken tabs (replaced driver’s headlight assy)
    - Driver’s side lower headlight trim broken (replaced)
    - Alcantara headrests for front seats broken (replaced)
    - Dead pedal cracked/broken (replaced with ///M dead pedal)
    - Spark plugs need replaced (done, not paying BMW $500 to do this!)

    This is just a start of issues that I have to work on with this car. I have not addressed the GUIBO/Center line bearing replacement, FCAB/Control arms, RTABs and diff bushings… so there is still a lot of work to be done on this car and they all will get addressed in time...

    I am not upset by any means to the previous owner or owners who owned this car because from my impression after thoroughly going thru this car, they really did not know or care about taking proper care of this car. At least this is my impression based on the current state of my ZHP. Since I am fairly familiar with ZHPs, having owned one and modding/maintaining it… I look at this one as somewhat of a challenge and an interesting journey I am undertaking. I’m sure there will be lots of headaches along the way but then there will also be a lot of triumphs as well. Stay tuned because where I can mod those of you who know me will know I will mod this car to suit my liking. In fact, since July when I purchased this car I have already started modding this car.

    This is the current state of my ZHP as of December 2020:

    Mod List:
    - OEM Factory Alarm retrofit
    - OEM LCM w/ software 4.0 installed w/ OEM BMW Euro LCM faceplate
    - Improved OEM hands free Microphone
    - My previous ZHPs Coby Wheel in black alcantara - black alcantara w/ red stitching (summer driving only)
    - Leather M-Spoke steering wheel used for winter driving only
    - Glossy Black front Grills (extra set kept in my garage)
    - Silver Cube interior Trim from my previous ZHP thanks to Botond
    - OEM BMW First Aid Kit
    - 19” BBS CH "Meet Wheels" set with Toyo T1 Proxes Sport tires mounted (19x8.5 ET35 235/35ZR19 front / 19x9.5 255/30ZR19 ET40 rear)
    - Blue w/ Gold 3D BBS logo Centercaps
    - OEM M3 front strut bar (from my M3)
    - Gen 3 Sprint Booster
    - Stage 2 Brake Force Display
    - G.A.S. BMW 1.2 Bar Black Cooling System Cap
    - AL bi-Xenon headlight assemblies with ZKW lenses installed
    - Umnitza Orion V4 6000k Angel Eyes w/ remote and Night Commander
    - Morimoto 6000k LED fog lights
    - 10mm spacers (x4) for use with Style 135 wheels
    - Valentine V1 Radar Detector hardwire
    - BlueBus Integration w/ hands free communication
    - LED Rear License Plate lights
    - LED bulb replacements
    - Phillips OSRAM 5000k D2S Xenon Bulbs
    - H7 5000k bulbs
    - Bright yellow LED side marker lights
    - Gominigo tow hook front license plate holder
    - Blacked out “glossy” rear 330i badge
    - ///M Oil cap
    - ///M Dead Pedal
    - Updated clutch stop
    - BMW all weather floor mats
    - Trunk cargo mat
    - Arm Rest delete
    - improved noise cancelling telephone microphone


    Upcoming Planned Future mods:

    - TPMS (RPA) aktiv retrofit (Winter/Spring 2021)
    - Red Stett Silicone intake boots from my previous ZHP (Winter/Spring 2021)
    - DINAN Rear Strut Bar (Winter/Spring 2021)
    - Titanium wheel lugs (Winter/Spring 2021)
    - Wilwood BBK w/ stainless steel brake lines (Spring 2021)
    - OEM M3 side mirror retrofit w/ auto fold motors (Spring 2021)
    - Carbon Fiber rear diffuser panel (Spring 2021)
    - Gruppe M carbon fiber CAI
    - UUC TSE3 Corsa exhaust
    - Better quality coilover kit (KW V2s)
    - Shark Injector Tune??? Maybe
    - Water pump thread cap (for use with Stewart water pump)
    - OEM Euro corner/tail lights
    - Bi-xenon retrofit
    - BMW Performance carbon fiber splitters
    - Limited Slip Diff? Possibly
    - Oil Catch Can setup
    - Bi-Xenon lighting retrofit to include proper factory level wiring and programming


    Maintenance Performed:
    - Front Rotor/Brake Pad replacement
    - Cooling system flush and refill/repressurize (previous owner used coolant for asian cars, not BMWs)
    - Engine oil change (previous owner used oil for diesel engines)
    - Brake fluid flush (has not been done in a very long time)
    - New spark plug replacement using NGK plugs (previous owner used cheap plugs)
    - Driver’s side headlight assembly replacement (previous owner broke 3 tabs)
    - ZKW Lens retrofit into both headlight assemblies
    - Phillips 5500k D2S OSRAM bulbs replacement
    - Morimoto 6000k LED fog light replacement
    - Headlight washer delete w/ new lower headlight trim
    - LED bulb replacement for corner signals and side marker lights
    - Engine Bay clean
    - Cabin Air Filter replacement
    - new Hazard/Door lock switch replaced
    - new OEM short Center Console installed
    - new tires for my Style 135 wheels (Michelin Pilot Sport AS4 tires in 235 40/18 and 255 35/18)


    PLANNED MAINTENANCE:
    - Remove/Replace rear lower control arms for new Turner adjustable ones (Spring)
    - Idle control valve cleaning (planned)
    - Stett Performance intake boots (planned)
    - OEM M3 Rear shock mounts (planned)
    - Cam Position sensor (planned)
    - New Ignition Coils (planned)
    - OFHG and VCG replacement (planned)
    - New Replacement fuel pump/filter (planned)
    - New alternator (planned)
    - New high pressure/low pressure power steering hoses (planned)
    - New O2 sensor replacement (planned)
    - Complete cooling system refresh (planned)
    - Rear subframe reinforcement (BMW method)


    This is just a start to my new ZHP project thread…

    When I removed my windshield cowling to replace it with a brand new one I sourced from FCP euro, this is what I found. For those of you who choose to park your cars under trees be well aware this is what can and will happen to your car if you leave it and not do proper maintenance to it...









    There is absolutely no reason for this other than laziness and lack of care. The impression I have for all the previous owners of this poor ZHP is low. I have never seen a car in such a lack of care as I have seen this poor ZHP but this is changing... as you can see by the cleaning I'm doing here...

    Eventually, I got the underside for the windshield cowl completely cleaned off, the entire area redetailed, compounded and sealed before reinstalling the replacement windshield cowl in it's place.


    When I saw this I knew all the drains would be clogged with this crap. It does not take a rocket scientist to figure this out. To avoid this mess, just check on your car frequently if you have no choice but to park your car under trees or just avoid parking them there to begin with...SMFH...

    When I got this ZHP, the fog lights were secured with the wrong fasteners. The previous owner used different types of Phillips screws to secure the fog lights and lost the fog light surrounds...


    To get the proper fasteners DOES NOT BREAK THE BANK. You should do the right thing and get the proper parts for this car... when I got home and saw this, I sourced the right part with brand new fasteners and installed my spare set of Morimoto LED fog lights as well as brand new fog surrounds to this car.

    Another issue I immediately recognized was the wiring loom for Angel Eyes that some previous owner half assed installed... this was taken off immediately and thrown away.


    As soon as I got my ZHP home I ordered the new A-pillars from FCP euro and when they arrived I replaced the gaudy swede wrapped ones...



    I like the OEM look much better in the ZHP regarding pillars and headliners...more to follow as I continue to progress with my new ZHP project...

    The broken passenger mid-range speaker grill as it looked when I purchased my ZHP

    I ordered this part, yes I really did.... and the new part alone cost $48 from RealOEM.
    Those wipers below were aweful as well. I ordered new sets that were more OEM to replace these ugly and worn out wipers.

    This engine bay had loose wiring and was very dirty when I picked this car up. The power steering reservoir was filthy with power steering fluid residue and dirt all over. Here is another view of the engine bay showing just how dirty it was when I got the car...


    The Driver's side headlight assembly upper tabs that retain the lens were broken by the previous owner probably because he did not know how to take the lens off for whatever reason. Anyway before winter I am left with trying to source good Driver's side headlight assembly so that I won't have to worry about moisture intrusion while driving the car to and from work. I'm pointing to the two tabs that are broke.

    I was not happy about this at all...




    Another issue I discovered while working on the driver's side headlight assembly were the front fender clips that rivet on to the front edge of the front fenders. I noticed the driver's side being completely broken and barely holding the bumper aligned whereas the passenger side clip was solid as shown in the picture below.

    Another thing I noticed is that the passenger side is completely riveted in place whereas the driver's side was not. hmmmmmmm! Another half-ass attempt on this poor ZHP!!! I fixed this...

    I mean this part did not cost too much and I can't believe the previous owners would just try gluing this part back together thinking it would hold. This is that broken fender clip from the driver's side...

    Here is the new part I'm about to rivet back in place like you're supposed to. Not using a Phillips screw like the previous owner did...SMFH



    All it takes is to get a rivet gun and a few rivets. Getting this costs under $30 so it is not too expensive. It is better to use the right parts and the right tools to do the work.
    Last edited by cakM3; 01-03-2021 at 09:00 AM.

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    My Mystic Adventure...

    The first thing I focused on when I got my ZHP home was getting her a proper detail since she would become an "outside" car. That means both the Audi and ZHP will be getting more frequent detailing compared to my M3 and Porsche for obvious reasons... as with all my new cars I do extensive detailing which starts with giving the car a good wash then going over every panel with clay bar and feeling the panels by hand... this is a long and painful process but the end result provides a soft velvety feel of the paint surface. I then use a 3M compound which has worked very well for my process and seal the paint surface with Rejex paint sealer. Once the shine and depth is where I want it to be, I use Griots Ceramic Wax to put a good protective coat on the car and finish with Pinnacle Sovereign wax to complete the detail. It is a lot of work but I am rewarded with a stunning looking paint that brings attention to people passing by my garage. Sometimes it is fun to watch people when driving by with this car... something about a clean blue car with angel eyes I guess... but I like keeping my cars clean



    I have lots of blue painter's tape that I use when detailing my cars like to do this with the car in the garage where I can warm the garage as necessary to provide a comfortable area to work in...


    What you're seeing in this picture is not dust on the paint but rather chips provided by some dumbass previous owner who decided to drift the car on some gravel road... so it is imperative to keep the driver's side well detailed and waxed until the time comes that I can get the entire car a proper quality respray...

    The back end of the car always get lots of dirt kicked up when driving so this is one of the areas I always concentrate on other than the front and hood/fender area... this is also the area other drivers tend to see most of so it is nice to keep this area clean...


    When this clean and polished, this is when Mystic Blue really stands out....

    Lots of blue painter's tape was used during my initial detailing...

    Then you get a mirror like glass finish on the paint. Nothing looks better to me...


    Once you get the car to this level of detailing, cleaning it becomes so much easier because dirt does not stick on it like it does on a non-detailed car...





    Last edited by cakM3; 12-21-2020 at 12:22 PM.

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    My Mystic Adventure...

    One of the things I always do with my BMWs is to install angel eyes. I have always liked them and have found I tend to favor the Umnitza Orion V4 angel eyes because they pop when you have them on...


    This is how they come packaged when you get them.

    They are expensive from the angel eyes perspective but you really get what you pay for. I like having quality parts on my cars...

    The light output from these are just amazing...there is no way anyone can say they did not notice you when you're coming up on them...


    Then adding these LED Morimoto fog lights really sets the car off from the others...


    They are adjustable and the light patterns are perfect for fog lights...



    Very clean look

    The next thing I did was install my OEM M3 front strut bar instead of installing my spare BMW Performance carbon fiber strut bar because one of the previous owners decided to glue the hood insulation rather than buy a new one (again cheaping out on this car) so I will eventually have to rip off the old hood insulation and take off the glue residue from the hood surface. What a PITA job that will be!!! So in the mean time I decided the M3 strut bar will do...


    The engine compartment looks much better now that it has been sorted and cleaned...

    I had the new auto dim rear view mirror but when I got my ZHP it had this BMW assist rear view mirror...


    I could not just swap the rear view mirrors because I would have to remove pins 4, 5, 6 and 7 from the mirror wiring harness plug so that I would not damage the new E90 hidden compass/homelink rear view mirror. Since I did not have time when I got the car I decided to wait until after the car was brought home to do this mod... funny thing is that once I had the BMW Assist rear view mirror removed it rattled. Apparently something broke inside this mirror and I am glad I was able to upgrade this part to a more functional and useful part

    I feel this part is more appropriate for my ZHP sedan

    On the first night Botond and I stopped over to Brett's home to rest up before driving back and Brett was kind enough to give me this clutch stop which I installed when I got home...

    It is a better part than the OEM clutch stop the car comes with. Much more durable.

    I have always been a proponent of the Sprint Booster product so when I got my ZHP I knew I would be getting this for the new daily driver... I just did not know that Sprint Booster has been improved. This is much better in that there have been two additional modes added: Valet mode where you can adjust throttle input by as much as 75% less for valet parking so they can't hot rod your car, and Parking Mode where once the car is parked you can disable throttle inputs all together... Parking mode would be useful if you're leaving the car parked for a period of time and not using it... like at the airport...


    So I have this located here...you can see the car's original black cube interior trim in these pictures...


    Next on my list of mods is the TPMS retrofit. I got the wire, water proof plug and pins to make this mod work. I also sourced the new control panel with the TPMS button and have already swapped this part into the car.

    The only thing I need to do is connect the wire to pin 2 of the connector to the control panel switch and then route the wire thru the ECU and to the Mk60 connector and install the pin into pin 40 of that connector. Then program the car to have TPMS and activate it. will have Botond to help me code this feature into my ZHP...

    Hereís the G.A.S. BMW 1.2 Bar black cooling system cap






    My BlueBus





    If any of you are on the fence to getting this device for your BMW.... do it! The bluetooth streaming integration and hands free communication is outstanding. My iPhone 11 Pro Max connects as soon as I turn the car on and automatically bluetooth streams thru my BMW stereo. It is connected where the CD changer is in back and yet, the connection has no issues and audio is perfectly clear. I'm very pleased with this and Ted provides support for this amazing product. Can't go wrong here

    Since my car came pre-wired for the factory alarm system but did not have it installed like pretty much most of the E46 BMWs do... I ordered my kit from Poland.

    Since this was just the main parts and did not include the fasteners I had to source them separately from the dealer and wait until everything arrived. The install was easy since I have done this on my first ZHP and on my M3 as well. Coding for the alarm was not necessary since Botond had already taken care of this earlier. It was plug and play in this case.

    My ZHP was also missing it's owner's handbook and storage pouch so I sourced a completely fresh set for the car. Every car should have everything it came from the factory with as far as I am concerned.




    Then I sourced a BMW Dual USB Charger for this car...




    I did the arm rest delete today when I took out the OE arm rest and damaged/worn center console. The Hazard/Door Lock switch was gooped with what looks like coffee residue so I got out Adams General Purpose Cleaner and began cleaning out this area in my car.

    I should have taken a few pictures showing just how dirty it was underneath but Iím sure after reading my previous posts you get the idea that the previous owners were careless and did not care...

    Part of this rescue is to change out all parts that Iím not happy with so with the Hazard/Door Lock switch not staying mounted in the center console, this was the part I wanted changed out when I could.


    There was a lot of crap taken out from this area... lots of crap wiped off and vacuumed before the new center console was installed...


    I reused the cup holders and coin tray for the time being.... the rear ash tray was filthy and Iím washing it out using hot water and dish washing detergent to get rid of whatever crud that has set on it...


    Disgusting.... I will also eventually replace this part as well...


    My Gen3 Sprint Booster control was reinstalled right where I want it to be... I like having it right here where I can see it at a glance and easily access it when changing modes or sensitivity
    Last edited by cakM3; 12-22-2020 at 10:16 AM.

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    more mod page

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    Lots of great stuff! Really bringing a car back to life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BMWCurves View Post
    Lots of great stuff! Really bringing a car back to life.
    yep.... one issue at a time.

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    Awesome start to the thread! Thanks for sharing with us, looking forward to updates.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Will View Post
    Awesome start to the thread! Thanks for sharing with us, looking forward to updates.
    Thanks Will! I figured since I am back in the ZHP scene again I would post a project which is more appropriate to this forum...

    I'll be doing things a little bit differently from what I did with my first ZHP but there will be some mods I will be repeating such as the Gruppe M CAI, UUC Corsa TSE3 full exhaust and OEM M3 side mirror retrofit....

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    Looking great Charlie, excite to see the progress! 2 q's:

    - Where on earth did you find a BMW Performance strut tower brace? I gave up and ordered a Dinan one
    - What is the TPMS retrofit? I'm sure I knew this at one point, but is lost e46 knowledge lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by sna77 View Post
    Looking great Charlie, excite to see the progress! 2 q's:

    - Where on earth did you find a BMW Performance strut tower brace? I gave up and ordered a Dinan one
    - What is the TPMS retrofit? I'm sure I knew this at one point, but is lost e46 knowledge lol

    Steve,

    At one point I used to have and own 3 BMW Performance carbon fiber strut braces. I sold two of them and managed to get one back. I keep this as a spare for my M3 in case the one I'm using ever breaks...

    As for the TPMS this is what it is...

    "TPMS/RPA Systems (2003 - 2006 E46 and all year M3) uses the existing ABS/DSC/Wheel Spin Sensors and a control module to determine when a tire is low on pressure. The TPMS button ONLY resets and calibrates the system."

    there is a really good writeup by delmarco on E46Fanatics for this: https://www.e46fanatics.com/threads/...ystems.966153/

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