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Old 04-08-2004, 05:08 AM
beberle beberle is offline
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Deciphering Bentley wiring diagrams...

I've got a headache. I've been a DIYer for 20 years, but this is my first BMW. Ouch! How do you read the Bentley wiring diagram? All I want to know is the tail light wire color-code/functions. Nowhere are they listed turn signal, brakes, running light on the same page. Something's wrong when the wiring diagrams take 200 pages!! The wiring diagrams on the C-130's that I used to maintain weren't this complicated ;-)
Any hints are appreciated.
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