The Book of UNGO
May 17, 2004 Update
About Remotes
(Please check wiring changes in 2001 and later Z3s)

With sincere thanks to Dave T, William W. Gusky, Circle BMW, Ziggy, to, Esteves, Mike Frank, Tom Young, Fred Kern, , Vince Parsons, BobCz and all the other people and places I referenced without asking permission (please don't get mad, if anyone wants a change in credits or removal, just ask.) and in the true James Bond Tradition, our very own "Q", Harvster. None of us are professional alarm installers and this story is just my own experience, no responsibility implied, mess with your electrical system and your own BMW warranty at your own risk. Permission is given for non-commercial use to link to this link and use my images *ONLY* if credit is given with a link back to this page.
Harvster said anyone who can install a LeatherZ armrest can install an UNGO. He did all the work for me, sourcing and configuring and soldering. All I had to do was put it in my car. Uh huh.
I got my UNGO MS8300 on Ebay for $145
They had just been discontinued
~May 19, 2002 Update~
Matt just bought an UNGO MS8300 on ebay for $91.
What else am I going to do for the month of February? Spend time installing things on my car, naturally. And boy oh boy did I!
Removing A Pillars, Removing Glove Box, Removing Armrest, V1+GPS Hardwiring, Center Console Removal, Footwell Light Install, Vinyl Repair Kit, Removing armrest lids, Euro alarm LED
    Installing Components:
  • Removing Stuff to find places for Siren, LED, Cutoff Switch, Space Shield, Logic Sensor, UNGO cpu, variables
    Without a battery:
  • Making connections
    Once the battery is reconnected:
  • Recoding radio, windows, learning your UNGO functions, training the driver
When you get this:

You want to end up with something like this:

Here is the optional cat attachment trying to eat my tie wraps.

Harvster did all the soldering and connecting.
Harvster figured out everything, then coached me like Q coaches Bond before mission. I required that I wouldn't have to cut ANYTHING on my car, no permanent changes. No problem. My UNGO set up is full of so many special gadgets, I really feel like a secret agent. I am not even going to tell you all the things my UNGO can do.
have read the Book of UNGO since February 13, 2001  
Book Of UNGO
Part 1 Plan Ahead~~ Part 2 So begins the search for parts~~ Part 3 Siren Placement~~
Part 4 Placing the LED, Cutoff Switch and Space Shield ~~ Part 5 Glovebox Kama Sutra~~ Part 6 UNGO CPU and Logic Sensor ~~
Part 7 Hardwiring~~ Part 8 Routing the V1 Power, Above and Below~~ Part 9 Setting Levels

Additional Information:
Removing Console, Bumper Siren, UNGO Z3 Schematic, Wire Harness Basic System Diagram, Ziggy's UNGO Install
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