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Old 05-11-2017, 05:28 AM
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Call to all for electrical wiring issue with Yaw sensor

Hey guys!

I have worked all of our Canadian winter on preparing an e46 M3 for track duty. Roll cage, KW Clubsport, better braking, 2950 lb car.
Unfortunately I got a bit carried away with the wiring removal and have by mistake removed the wires at the yaw sensor under the driver's seat.
Mine is a 2002 with the 3 wire sensor. Later versions have 4 wires.
So here is what I need: What are the color of those 3 wires, which sensor prong is connected to which wire, and where do they end up, such as behind the fuse box. I still have the cut ends behind the fuse box and could re-wire everything.
I have pictures of the sensor if it helps. The Systron Donner yaw sensor part number is 3452-6 754 289

If you need any advice in how I built my car fire away!
My email is bmw635dude@hotmail.com

Thanks!
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