BMW E46 M3 TOURING BUILD | Ep5 | S54 install | ENG SUB
Hi guys, welcome to the channel and to this new M3 tuning build video, if you are new to the channel then be sure to subscribe before you watch any further where the hell are we? where are we ? in the previous part, unfortunately, I was unable to install the engine due to the missing gearbox but instead I managed to get to the point where the dashboard shell has already been removed, I will continue from here removing this dashboard support is not that complicated. first, I think you need to remove the steering column, which is held by four screws here is another screw you need to remove airbags on both sides, which are fixed by a 10 screw and here there will be two more screws behind it, will hold these middle legs on both sides, a 13 and there is also an airbag screw on the other side, a 10, and there is also a 13mm bolt, then can be removed, it is not too complicated and if the heater box is also out four screws hold it from the front, but since there is no engine in it there won't be too difficult either let's say this task is not for the "A" After that these two wonderful floor mats will come out and if the floor mats are also outside then we are basically finished with the interior and then only the clean wires remain what is this? 3-2-1 and the floor mats are already out it's still a bit chaotic now, but theoretically it will straighten out nicely on Sunday I can only thank you for this beautiful bump don't even know where it goes what is it for, but must be taken out anyway. Well, I sat in here, guys, like I'm already done, let's say I'm done but actually I found a really good little touring , it has all the extras I need , we have a sunroof we have a multi-steering wheel we have a PDC we have xenon lights with leveling with height adjustment we have heated seats, the only thing missing is the rear electric window regulator But we will put that in anyway, so everything is included there is a rain and light sensor very good! The M3 mirrors wiring is also needed, I know And the usual things that will have to be changed for the engine in the engine bay like the engine controller things, and on the other hand in the regular Touring on the right side is the...
in the regular Touring on the left side is the expansion tank in the M3 it's on the right side, it has to be wired over there anyway the windscreen washer and the headlight washer wire is probably shorter because the washer tank is not on top on the M3 but inside at the bottom behind the bumper, so it will also have to be extended a bit Then what else? I have no idea, but we'll do it. The carbon fenders are ready, I have to go to get them tomorrow, but if I'm going to get them I'll also bring a gearbox so I can put the engine in on Saturday, and here's this little carbon roof if you still remember the coupe the video which you can watch on the link in the upper right corner this has an issue, that it is in it here, maybe it looks better but here there is a strip all the way through it and this needs to be replaced so I sill have to prepare this it has to be removed from here it goes in the car and I'll bring it back tomorrow, we'll replace it There are only two problems with getting up early. One is that it's early and the other is that I have to get up But the most important is that I'm on my way to get the fenders let's say I'll be on the road all day Anyway, almost every day goes like this morning shift at work then I collect the parts I build the car I record the video until evening then when the family goes to sleep then I start editing the video and it goes like this every day but I love it! basically, I like the highway because it's so quiet and you can drive No way, are you kidding me, f**k Well, I have the fenders, and the rest turned out pretty well, the replacement part also looks good, there's a small spot on the top, but that'll be fixed anyway, I think the sanding will bring it out when it's fully clear coated it will definitely be good the fenders are brilliant, so we are done here door down and heading for the gearboxes we finally have the gearboxes now we can go home so far we've driven 670 kilometers, only 400 to go home on these nice little Hungarian roads That's all for today 1071 kilometers Well, unpack tomorrow yesterday turned out to be a very long day but there's still no time to relax because there's still no engine in the car, but the carbon fenders have arrived home and a few thing for the coupe Now we just have to put the gearbox on the engine and it can go back to its place, so let's move on because tomorrow the wiring starts and I still have a lot to do the gearbox is not easy, 46 kg so hang on when you put it on before you put the gearbox back on, check that the bearing is properly inserted on the shaft because it has a flat surface here and if this doesn't fall exactly here then it rotates like this you have to make sure of it that it slides into place with the flat part and cannot move and then it will be fine It was a difficult birth I have such a great booklet in which you can find how much torque to tighten for each screw of the E46 M3 you can also find the download link for this PDF doc in the description Since the gearbox will go back without gear linkage, so must be in neutral and changes the gears with this small lever as we want to move it. Now let's imagine that here as it comes back there is still a ball joint in the middle, so when I push it forward then it will move the linkage backwards, ergo I think, but correct me if I'm wrong, there are the odd gears backwards 1 3 3 and the reverse gear and when it is fully in, right then I pull it backwards and then the even gears are 2 4 6 and when it is in the middle position so I pull it back a little, and in the middle position it is neutral as it moves like this and then correspondingly to the left comes the one, two , in the middle three four, to the right five sixe and that if I pull it well to the left strongly then the reverse will be there. So now it's like this now it's basically neutral in this position we have to put it back in its place like this and if there's no gear linkage in it there's no problem because it won't spin So theoretically we're good this way there's another small thing missing from the engine this is the valve for the secondary air pump it is better to install this valve when the engine is outside there is its place because if the engine is already inside there is not really enough space for it the threaded rods are also missing for installation here are the threaded rods and the nuts, I will put them on by screwing two of these small nuts onto them of course they have to be screwed in enough so another nut can be put on it from the outside We will have to pay attention to this, and a small thread locker and that's it But what is this secondary air system actually for? The two key elements of the system are the secondary air pump and the secondary air valve the air pump driven by the electric motor, aka vacuum cleaner provides the secondary air which enables the post-oxidation process the secondary air valve has the task of preventing the harmful backflow of exhaust gases into the pump, and air gets into the exhaust after the cold start phase but despite the fact that the secondary air system is only active for a short time, after a cold start it still significantly reduces the emission of harmful substances, and the extra heat reduces the warm-up time of the cats since the system doesn't really have any other task apart from reducing the emission value as soon as possible, that's why quite a lot of people delete it in order to have less possible source of error Well, the engine is inside, I threw in two of these small bad ones from the engine supports just because for something to hold the engine actually it only needs that long for it to be inside until we finish with the wiring So far so good, now I'm going down to the bottom and then I'll also put the gearbox bracket on, then then this part is ready for now the fuel piping can come and the fuel tank I was about to put the steering gear back on when I noticed a small problem Yes, yes 5 screws are missing from the oil sump But who took it out and why at all I have no idea why it is missing from there I don't even know how did this engine work like that at all? Now this is going to get a little interesting this way Anyway, I'll try to replace it with my own screws I have a bunch of them I hope it will be of this length and hardness and then now the first thing that needs to be replaced is this I'm not at all calm but unfortunately I can't do anything more now so I'll continue with the fuel piping True that it would have been better to put in the gas tank or would have been easier to put it in if the rear axle is not up, but if it doesn't work with thinking then it will work with force. Right? there are only two things left today, one the ABS unit this was the old one and this is the new one from the m3 its serial number ends in 249 and 250 it won't work with the facelift only with the m3 or if you want the small M sport button or the M-Track button from the steering wheel then the competition package or the CSL ABS unit will need Otherwise it won't work from the steering wheel , only if the DSC button is programmed to it, for example and the other thing that still needs to be replaced is the speed sensor everything is Plug and Play I just screw it on and I'm done and the speed sensor is located here under the driver's seat I have to screw there a connector on it... and that's it
we managed to prepare for the wiring with a lot of things we will replace what might have been left out as we go if you liked this part, please press the thumbs up and if you are curious about it whether the car will start in the next part then be sure to subscribe see you in the next video Now this is going to be a bit interesting... f**k