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Old 2nd June 2011, 00:52   #1
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I changed out the headlights on my MY2000 Beast and I plan on making a custom system whereby the yellow parking lights are on with the headlights/angel eyes (as with a stock MY2000, and I plan to integrate the dual-filament parking light bulbs into the newer headlight assemblies), and I also want the angel eyes to pulse when the turn signal is activated. To make the relay/wiring system, I need a wiring diagram for the MY2000 and MY2003 Beasts. Can anyone help me out here? I'll definitely post a DIY with photos if I can figure it all out.

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Bump. Does no one have a wiring diagram/schematic for the 2000 and/or 2003 M5?
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