Bmw 740il 1994 фото

1994 BMW 740iL E38 E32 Sedan 4.0L V8 7 Series Bimmer 2 Owner Big Body 750iL 740i 750 iL Long

1994 BMW 740iL E32 Sedan 4.0L V8 7 Series Beamer 2 Owner Big Body 740i 740 iL E38 Long ) I Have a few Channels You can Access them Via My Main Channel page or also you can See the Links I post Below I will Also Post links to My websites and Facebook so you don’t Miss any of the action Sign Up Everywhere. 😉 Cheers Nathan Wratislaw AKA 1 Owner Car Guy 406-544-6919 Make sure and visit Some of My Websites Below I do All Sorts of Unique Things..;-) (Nathan) PO Box 2505 Lakeside, Ca 92040 No Ticking items please..;-) From Wikipedia: The BMW 7 Series is a line of full-size luxury vehicles produced by the German automaker BMW. Introduced in 1977, it is BMW’s flagship car and is only available as a sedan or extended-length limousine. The 7 Series traditionally introduces technologies and exterior design themes before they trickle down to smaller sedans in BMW’s lineup. The E32 was introduced in 1986, with the 730i and 735i featuring 3.0 L and 3.5 L straight-6 engines respectively, and a new, 5.0 L, 300 horsepower (220 kW) V12 engine for the 750i. In 1992, 3.0 L and 4.0 L V8 engines were added to the lineup (730i and 740i). All models were also available in a stretched ‘L’ version, which had 10 centimetres (3.9 in) of extra legroom for the rear passengers. This was the last 7 series generation to be available exclusively with gasoline engines (in Europe). BMW 740iL 750iL 750 740 iL 740i 730i 730iL E32 Sedan 4.0L V8 «7 Series» Bimmer «Big Body» E38 Video See Get Review Reviews Videos «Long Wheel Base» Short «Nathan Wratislaw» «1 Owner Car Guy» Saloon Classic Youngtimer Buy Sell Find «For Sale» Watch «Video Review» Value KBB «Original MIles» «4-Door»

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1994-95 Bmw E38 740il M60 Bosch Motronic 3.3 Ecu Ecm Dme 0261023484 on

Denver, Colorado, US

1994-95 BMW e38 740iL Bosch Motronic 3.3 ECU ECM DME 0261023484 with m60 engine and 88-pin receptacle harness. Fits 10/1994 — 12/1995 BMW e38 740iL with m60 engine only (will not work with an m62 engine), automatic or manual transmissions. Factory re-flashed for latest BMW updates (see red circular sticker on back)

Removed from 05/1995 USA 740iL with automatic transmission VIN # WBAG363289DH33407 (please see sticker for last 7 digits of VIN, DH33047).

In good used condition. Tested as fully-operational. Unopened ECU, as back has not been removed (tabs unmolested), and no re-soldering of ECU board or aftermarket chip installation has occurred (please see second and third pictures). None of the 88-pins are bent (please see fourth picture).

Original BMW part #12147503354. Bosch part #0261200173 (mid-right tag in fifth and sixth pictures). Please refer to your local BMW dealer if you have any questions regarding compatibility, as fitment is buyer’s responsibility.

14-day return policy if ECU found defective, subject to the terms of this listing.

This ECU may not be returned if it is damaged/fried-up during buyer’s installation, which can be determined upon return (i.e. a sensor wire to AFM, TPS, CPS, etc. is shorted and burns-up the ECU during initial start-up; battery charger hooked up to battery at wrong current/amps during intial start-up; etc. ). Please note these ECU’s have a unique failing point when these types of events occur that is built-in by Bosch and BMW, and is easy to detect. Ask me how I know.

Please also do not purchase this item if you are unfamiliar with determining whether this item is functional or not, as some current buyer’s of items are definately incapable of making that determination, or timely seeking those who are. YES, I WILL KEEP THIS ITEM RATHER THAN SELLING TO YOU NOOBS (re-seller middlemen, general mechanics—or professional third-parties making money off the humble BMW e30 community—and mechanics who troubleshoot by replacing parts, not BMW specialists)! As my listings are free, I’d rather save my parts and resell next Fall (i.e. parts not yet listed: (i) BBS BMW e30 «Euroweaves», 15×7 et24 4×100 with hubcaps; (ii) Alpina A/C vent four-function digital readout (engine oil pressure and temperature, LSD differential temperature, and Manifold Pressure); and (iii) BMW e30 M-Technic deadpedal/footrest) to an e30 or BMW enthusiast/mechanic who truly appreciates them for what they are, and not focused as much on how much they cost and yet be completely clueless as to whether item is functional or not.

As a result, if you feel you cannot leave feedback within a reasonable time period for the particular item—especially those whose «fitness is self-evident in itself» like a plastic body panel, requiring absolutely nothing to test—please do not purchase this item, as I will block you from subsequent purchases. Similarly, many electrical parts, such as lights, horns, motors, etc, can be tested by using the applicable in-line fuse wired to a 12v car battery positive terminal, and separate wire connected to the negative. Many switches can be tested the same way using a light bulb or test light. You don’t need a BMW to do such tests, let alone a car. I stand behind my products, but not the clueless.

Although I am ALWAYS willing to give POST-sale technical support, almost every product I sell on E-Bay is BMW Original Equipment, or Original Equipment Manufacturer, and should require little technical support with the vast amount of information from BMW Dealer’s, Independent BMW Mechanics, on the Internet, local BMWCCA, tuning meets, friends, etc. I will try to give you all the technical post-sale support you need, but please do some independent research BEFORE you contact me, and we will be better able to solve your issue. Don’t be like the clueless high-point E-Bay buyer who purchased a Motronic #173 ECU, complained about a «Check Engine» light (CEL), but did’nt realize that Motronic 1.3 has «adaptive learning» requiring repeated on-off cylces of the ECU to adapt from «brand new» factory engine fuel and ignition timing maps to be «re-mapped» for their specific used engine, which throws a CEL until adapted. «Adaptive learning» and storage of fault-codes in ROM is the distinguishing feature between 1.1 and 1.3, and a little research by that NOOB would have gone a long way before accusing me of selling a so-called «defective product.» Of course that buyer is now «NOOB BLOCKED.»

Any buyer not leaving feedback will also be blocked. The Internet is also a huge forum that can democratically determine the validity of an item, and I would be happy to discuss the validity of any of my items, especially on any BMW forum. Of course that applies both ways, as in certain instances—especially small businesses—you may find it necessary to reply to my original threads discussing your «professional» expertise and competence, and please feel free to complain about me there also.

Finally, feedback for buyer’s will now only be given after feedback is given to me the seller first.

If you have been blocked, do NOT attempt to contact me in any way, as I will first report you to E-Bay, then the applicable law enforcement agencies for statutory harrassment, and then the applicable Internet forum. YOU HAVE BEEN SPECIFICALLY BLOCKED BECAUSE I DO NOT WANT TO CONDUCT ANY FUTURE BUSINESS WITH YOU!

I pull weeds for a living, am rank-amatuer mechanic like most other’s on E-Bay, and quite assuredly most buyer’s easily have better skills and credentials, so the above requirements should be easily met.

Please contact me if you have any questions.

Thank you for looking. Also, please see my other listings for high-quality BMW parts at affordable prices.