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      06-26-2011, 08:12 AM   #1
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So long story short, I've taken the procede out of my car so I can take the car in for scheduled maintenance and a V4->V5 upgrade (Originally bought a V5 Vin Locked). As I was taking the power cable out, my friend and I snapped the contact pin connector.

So now, my poor 335i is sitting alone in my friend's backyard spot, unable to start. I basically need to remove the damaged piece and replace it with this part: 61138364835 and can be found here: http://www.ecstuning.com/Search/Glue/ES165544/... however that means my car has to stay here in DC until I get the part. The other option is soldering the old piece back on and hoping for the best. I imagine that even if it worked, it would be difficult plug back in to make it stock.

Can anyone help me located it here on a Sunday or help me cannibalize my procede harness to get my car back up and running?

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      06-26-2011, 10:01 AM   #2
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I will check one more time, but looks like I don't have it. I've got what looks to be the female part which is 61138364834.

Good luck.

Edit: Sorry I don't have the male pin, only two of the female. Putting it on my list to order a couple next time I put in a parts order.
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Is it the Procede harness that has a broken pin or is it your ecu harness?

If it's what I'm thinking then you should be abe to go to Radio Shack, buy a db25 style pin, buy a pin extractor/installer, pull the wire and pin in question out, affix the new pin then reinsert it. I could be terribly wrong though and not know what you are talking about. Pictures would help
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The top is from the car, the bottom is from the procede harness.
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Ok yeah, it's the power wire. Just gently pry the one off of the Procede and crimp it on to the stock wiring and go about your business. You'll be able to find a new one to put on the Procede at a later date
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Temporary fix applied. I'll Post pics of the fix when I get to it.
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What'd you end up doing?
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I ended up cannibalizing the procede harness. I couldn't get all of the wires out of it to make it look 100% oem look. I ended up wrapping the procede one around the OEM piece, taped it, and reassembled. It's working enough to go back to the dealership this week for some much needed maintenance.
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