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1988 BMW 750iL 5.0L radio VIN: WBAGC8308J
can anyone get me a wiring diagram or a pin out for the stock radio in this BMW or tell me if a code is required after a battery disconnect. thanks

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2000 BMW 328Ci 2.8L Cuts out, Stall, MIL Lamp on VIN: WBABM5347Y
The BMW techs came thru for me. The general consensus was that the camshaft sensors are a pattern failure on this car. There were also several cases in the archives which had somehow eluded me on my first search prior to posting. I am a big fan of archive se... Trouble codes: 65 (Camshaft position sensor circuit malfunction).
1999 Jaguar XK8 4.0L Timing chains/tensioners VIN: SAJGX2047X
I guess I'm the first one thinking along those lines as using Ford/Lincoln parts in a Jaguar engine or that the Jaguar mechanics are closely guarding their secrets. I had some responses but only one saying it was Ford parts, but he didn't elaborate more into i...
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