Question about 1994 BMW 7 Series
Check out this link. It is to RealOEM and will provide you the BMW product codes and descriptions you need to find the replacement harness, http://www.realoem.com/bmw/showparts.do?model=GF63&mospid=47526&btnr=12_0585&hg=12&fg=28
Also, the link below is to provide you schematics for your engine wiring harnesses. You did not indicate which engine you had (diesel or gas). The link provides access to schematics for both engines. http://www.bmw-planet.com/diagrams/release/en/e38old/index.htm From the main menu, select: Drive, then your engine and then select engine electrical system. As far as the cause, you didn't mention what the source of the fire was. Check online for recall notices for your specific model. A google search will yield several links to sites that list recalls for yyour vehicle. It will let you know if there are any known issues regarding engine compartment fires for your model....
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