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E36General discussion and technical help for (E36) 1992-1999 3 series cars. 318, 323, 325, 328.
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Your Ride: 1994 BMW 525i, 1987 325is, 1986 325
On fuel injected cars its even easier than that, put the gas pedal all the way to the floor and crank the engine. Holding the accelerator pedal at wide open throttle during start up puts the vehicle in "clear flood" mode and it switches off the injectors.
Big Evil, The BMW driving monster of the American Southwest (Currently on BMW #5)
It is a lot easier to locate the fuse for the fuel pump relay than it is to locate the fuel pump relay. The cover on the fuse box will tell you which fuse it is.
It is tougher than one might think to identify which relay controls what. Alldata does a pretty good job of identifying them if you have access to that. Otherwise, you are pretty much stuck with manually activating different systems while someone puts their finger on the relays to see which one clicks.