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Old 06-18-2006, 08:41 PM
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Eclipse AVN5435 in 2001 X5

Hey everyone, I am trying to install an AVN5435 into my 2001 X5 and don't know how to do the speed pulse connection. I have searched and searched and can't find anything. Does anyone know how to tie into this on a BMW?

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Old 06-18-2006, 09:17 PM
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1 / Speaker - Front Left (+)
2 / Speaker - Front Right (+)
3 / Speaker - Rear Left (+)
4 / Telephone Mute
5 / +12v from ignition (ACC and RUN)
6 / Speaker - Rear Right (+)
7 / DAC - i-bus
8 / Speaker - Front Left (-)
9 / Back Up (?) (terminal 30 - Fuse F56)
10 / GAL - speed signal
11 / Speaker Front Right (-)
12 / Speaker Rear Left (-)
13 / Nighttime Illumination Signal
14 / Speaker Rear Right (-)
15 / Ground
16 / Auto Antenna - diversity
17 / Not Used (LAC)


I got this form the radio pin outs in the radio section on the home page. Has anyone used:

9 for Backup signal
10 for speed signal

And if they have signal from the factory on a build date of 11/2000?
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Very easy if your 01 is the same as my 00. I'm almost positive that its a black/white wire. The wire can be found from one of the harness behind the headunit. Let me know and I will pull out my headunit and take a closer look. Rob
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Don't go and pull anything apart, but do you remember if it was in the main radio harness?
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I'm not sure It's in main harness but it's one of the connects behind the radio. If you get stuck let me and I'll pull it out, it's not a big deal.
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Old 06-19-2006, 07:31 AM
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I'm not sure It's in main harness but it's one of the connects behind the radio. If you get stuck let me and I'll pull it out, it's not a big deal.
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