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My personal suggestion would be to go for these repair catalogs. I know this website www.reliable-store.com that i used to get manuals from, and they have all models online.
I also brought for my 1989 BMW, such old model, they had it and it was very good manual. Go ahead, I bet.
Depending on the year model it is you might need to reprogram the computer to the key the antitheft cannot be bypassed on an expensive luxury car such as a BMW try going online to BMW.com and get their opinion in programming it!
BMW is a luxurious car, hence its repair, maintenance and its parts are expensive as well. But the repairing cost totally depends whether you take your BMW to an independent shop or any dealership service for repair. The cost of repair will be high at dealership than an independent local auto shop. And also repairing cost depends on the area you live in.
Contact Eurobahn BMW MINI Mercedes-Benz Audi, a reputed dealership shop providing repair and maintenance cost at a reasonable price.
for some reason why would you want to spend money on something that does't work not unless you are going to pay almost nothing for it who knows if the motor , tarnsmission , brakes ,and many more items are any good my advice is to buy something that runs
I'm not sure if yours is an E36 or an E46 model. On the E46 a common AIR BAG error light is caused by the stretching of a cable underneath the driver's seat when it is slid back and forth (usually when vehicle is shared by different height drivers!). Unfortunately the solution is replacing this cable (quite cheap), then having the code read and extinguished by a code reader at Bmw (-expensive hourly rates though). Some other places have code readers like vehicle electrics/alarms specialist -but the cable is still needed to be replaced first (2 min job) -I think ebay has one at the moment (but compare prices with Bmw Dealer parts prices first). Check Google with airbag light and Bmw E46 (there's shed loads of info).