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It will take time and some mechanical skills . You will need a clutch pedal and bracket, master cylinder and slave cylinder and hose, flywheel and clutch pack, throw out arm and bearing, hole cut in the floor for the gear lever, all the insulators and rubber boots, possible a different rear engine mount and cross member, wiring harness for the reverse switch and other switches on the gear box, probably a different length drive shaft, switches for the cruise control operation. Everything can be obtained from a BMW wreckers and a good workshop manual will be a good investment.
Posted on May 12, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Change clock on 2002 BMW 325i
hello jsosa, if I remember correctly, you need to turn and hold the right button on the instrument cluster. the button only turns a little and has a detent.
Posted on Apr 09, 2009
SOURCE: 2002 BMW 325I BLOWER REPLACMENT
The motor is replaced from under the hood, you have to remove the cabin ai filter housing. It is can be a hard job. Most dealerships will charge 3 hours labor to do it.
Posted on Apr 27, 2009
Very difficult, you must obtain all the parts from a manual trans car, Transmission, Drive shaft, bell housing, clutch, flywheel, pedal assembly, Then you have the problem of the computer .. everything on a 2002 is computer controlled. You will find it very difficult just to install the pedal assembly. I would not do this change over unless its a race car and i could cut away parts that are in the way. Best answer is to get rid of the automatic car and buy a Manual car. I have a 95 325I with 308000 and it still has the original clutch in it.. You did not tell us why you wanted to do this change? I suspect the trans has a problem and you do not want to rebuild it. So Another problem you might look at is the trans shop is not telling you the truth. a speed sensor will make these cars not shift or shift improperly.. Check all the sensors first. These are normolly very good trans you might consider installing a used unit from a wrecked car.
Posted on May 10, 2014
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