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Old 10-13-2019, 12:48 PM
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Headlight Wiring diagram full led adaptive

Hi all,

Thank you for looking already. Like the post is saying I'm looking for someone who can explain me the wiring diagram for my F06 M6 BMW.
The headlights are unfortunately stolen with the wiring cut off. And the dealer don't even want to help with this?? They are telling me to buy a complete new wiring harness.

I found this wiring diagram but I have no clue what to do and which wire to put on which position. Also attached the housing of the new headlights. And the current wiring.

Any help is more than welcome.
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Old 10-14-2019, 10:36 AM
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If you can find your way to the wiring diagram you posted below:


...there are clickable links in that illustration...look for the headlights in the diagram, then click on the "BLUE" lettering (the blue digits are clickable links) for the headlight. This should give you another list of results. Keep clicking down until you find the wiring diagram that is specific to the left and right headlights

A quick look using a generic search (you didn't post a VIN so had to go generic)...it looks like E86 is the link (and searchable) term to find the left LED headlight...and E5 is the right headlight.



Doing a generic search...this link lists the wire colors for the left and right headlight: https://www.newtis.info/tisv2/a/en/f...asher/FIbMhCz6

You can also try to find the connector in the wiring diagram...and if it has a clickable link (blue)...then click on it for more info. It appears that E86*1B is a connector for the left headlight...and when you click on that link in the diagram...it gives you a list that has a "connector view"...which will give you this: https://www.newtis.info/tisv2/a/en/f06-m6-cou/CTAPDWXq

It does help to know the German colour name so that you can understand the abbreviations for them:
  • red = rot
  • gelb = yellow
  • schwarz = black
  • blau = blue
  • weiss = white (Weiß)
  • gruen = green
  • braun = brown
  • grau = gray
  • rosa = pink


Here's an index of wiring colours that BMW uses and their abbreviations:

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Old 10-15-2019, 09:21 AM
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Literally one of the most impressive replies i've see you really went out of your way to help the OP. Keep up the great work
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Old 10-16-2019, 07:24 AM
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Thanks...I hope it helped the OP.

Based on the wiring diagram of E5 & E86 in the wiring diagram and what is visible in the pic of the wires the OP was holding...it looks like they are holding the wires for the right headlight connector E5*1B...and just taking a big guess since everything is not totally visible in the pic...it appears the wire colors and pins are :
  • RT = PIN 7
  • GE/VI = PIN 8
  • GE/BL = PIN 3
  • WS/SW = PIN 6
  • WS/GN = PIN 10
  • GN/BL = PIN 9
  • BR = PIN 2
  • BR/SW = PIN 11





Then for the left headlight connector E86*1B...the wire colors and pin-outs are:
  • RT/SW = PIN 7
  • GE/BL = PIN 8
  • GE/GN = PIN 3
  • WS/VI = PIN 6
  • WS/RT = PIN 10
  • GN/SW = PIN 9
  • BR = PIN 2
  • BR/SW = PIN 11





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97 740iL (Arctic Silver) <<~>> 99 540iT (Orient Blue) <<~>> 95 525IT (Alpine White)
91 735iL (Schwarz Black) <<~>> 85 325e (Bronzit)

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Old 10-28-2019, 01:38 PM
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The BEST way to resolve that issue is to simply meet up with another 650i GC owner, ask to see their headlights. Take pictures of their wiring harnesses and you will be good! Diagrams are good if you can decipher them but seeing how it looks in perspn is best!
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Old 11-11-2019, 05:01 AM
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Hi
Firstly amazing post very informative. unfortunately i am currently stuck in the same situation with my bmw f06 2013 (640d). I am trying to change from Bixenon to Adaptive Led headlights and have hit a dead end with the wiring pin order as this is my first time retrofitting and using forums to find a solution. Can you please help me? My car 7vin is D101625 Much appreciated

Also looking at bmwsupply and newtis the adaptive led i bought was a option for my car however visually looking my old biXenon have 9pins with wires but the led headlights have 8pin with wires. Which has left me hella confused. As the seller said it is plug and play and need dealer to code it. (starting to think he is wrong?)

Original post i posted with images:
https://f15.bimmerpost.com/forums/sh...&postcount=150

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