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Old 01-28-2013, 01:38 AM
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Default Hello from Portugal

I'm from Portugal and i own an MY2005 535d Touring.
As some other people around the world i was victim of a fire inside the dashboard (where exactly i don't know). This caused total meltdown of the tachometer, dash display, A/C and radio along with steering column, ducts, sensors and modules that lived in that region :(
The fire affected mostly the center and drivers side (left) close to the firewall and got to the windshield, cracking it. Thankfully the lack of oxygen starved the fire there...

I'm trying to rebuild the car and am here to learn what to do and how to do if i want to recode used modules and parts from the junkyard.
If anyone can point me right now what CAN'T be done it would be great!

I already bought a complete 535d touring (from junkyard) wiring without any cuts, steering column and dashboard along with modules, fuse boxes etc.

What do you think?

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