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e30 TPS to e36 Variable TPS Wiring + Adapter + Sensor Kits

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    #16
    e36 TPS kit

    Hey guys, I have tried sending him a PM and he never replied but he did reply to my email earlier this week.

    His response to me was: "Sorry, I have not been making those recently"

    Maybe if he got a few more emails about it he would see the demand and it would be worth it to him to make another batch?

    What do you guys think?

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      #17
      If we can get the cad file for that adapter the rest should be super easy to piece together. I can 3D print some and mail them out.


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        #18
        Originally posted by Yuri View Post
        If we can get the cad file for that adapter the rest should be super easy to piece together. I can 3D print some and mail them out.


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        The adapters for sale online from Squared Motorwerks, I need the wiring adapter. I emailed him too again and hopefully can get the man to make a batch to sell to us.

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          #19
          Good to know, keep me in the loop


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            #20
            Any more info?

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              #21
              I am finally working on this again, I have all the parts except I can't seem to find the plug that goes into the original e30 wiring harness. The one the mimics the original sensor. any help would be much appreciated!

              FYI
              fcp has the sensor and e36 plug for fairly inexpensive.

              BMW Plug Housing (3Pol) - Genuine BMW 12521732596

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                #22
                If that part # listed below is the E30 Plug then ECS seems to have them in stock;

                https://www.ecstuning.com/b-genuine-...g/12521732596/

                And I would LOVE to buy your kit if you can get it out to me ASAP. Have a 2.5 year long project that is 99.9% done except for this.

                Originally posted by Yuri View Post
                I am finally working on this again, I have all the parts except I can't seem to find the plug that goes into the original e30 wiring harness. The one the mimics the original sensor. any help would be much appreciated!

                FYI
                fcp has the sensor and e36 plug for fairly inexpensive.

                BMW Plug Housing (3Pol) - Genuine BMW 12521732596

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                  #23
                  Originally posted by ThePerfectLine View Post
                  If that part # listed below is the E30 Plug then ECS seems to have them in stock;



                  https://www.ecstuning.com/b-genuine-...g/12521732596/



                  And I would LOVE to buy your kit if you can get it out to me ASAP. Have a 2.5 year long project that is 99.9% done except for this.


                  Awesome! Thanks for the help!


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                    #24
                    Originally posted by ThePerfectLine View Post
                    If that part # listed below is the E30 Plug then ECS seems to have them in stock;

                    https://www.ecstuning.com/b-genuine-...g/12521732596/

                    And I would LOVE to buy your kit if you can get it out to me ASAP. Have a 2.5 year long project that is 99.9% done except for this.
                    ECS has suckered so many people into buying ovepriced parts. oh look, pretty pictures!

                    here's the same plug on mouser for $3.63:
                    https://www.mouser.com/ProductDetail/571-1-827578-1

                    Covering boot $2.19:
                    https://www.mouser.com/ProductDetail/571-880811-2

                    Pins for $0.56:
                    https://www.mouser.com/ProductDetail...dvlLvEU1Wk0%3D

                    All for less than what ECS is nice enough to charge for just the housing.
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                    Bimmerlabs

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                      #25
                      This site is amazing, really appreciate you sharing these links. I think Iím going to redo my harness now. All my wires are so brittle.


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                        #26
                        They have 2 pin housings and C101 pins as well (although the min qty has gone way up recently).
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                        Bimmerlabs

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                          #27
                          Just out of curiosity, why couldnít you just swap the outside wires on original connector and call it a day?


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                            #28
                            You can. That's what I did and recommended for a long time.
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                            Bimmerlabs

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                              #29
                              Thanks for the clarification


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