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I've had a few issues recently that would have been made easier to diagnose by having relays to swap in and out, so i was thinking about picking up a set second hand for that reason.

I have been offered a set off a 2003 955i and before buying then was just wondering if anyone knew whether they were interchangable?

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Jamie.
 

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Jamie, What year is your D955i? The relays are the same between 2002 and 2004 with the exception of the tip over relay (missing on the early production '02). I don't have the tail off the '04 to check, but some from the first gen D955 ('97-'01) may also be helpful.

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Brad

PS Look at bikebandit to compare part numbers.
 

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Sorry, thought i'd put that in the post. Its an '05, which isnt great news it seems :)

I'll hit bike bandit and see what it says, thanks.

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Jamie, I'm pretty sure the '05 and '06 are electricly the same as my '04, I just don't have either to double check with.

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Bike Bandit gives the same p/n across 2003 and 2005 so i went ahead and bought the relays, once they arrive i'll check again before fitting and post an update here.

Only potential issue is that, as i sometimes find, Bike Bandits part list doesnt fully match the schematic as there was a relay marked #15 in the schematic thats not in the list.

Like i say, i'll post once i've got them in hand.

Also due to take delivery if a Two Brothers high level Titanium exhaust today i got off a nice chap on eBay (i know, nice chap and eBay in a single sentence) so once thats on i'll post a week picture in the Show Us Your thread too.

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That's not correct.

Relay #3 is the headlight cut relay - that MUST be a 5-pin relay, same as you have installed in your '05
Headlights will not work at all with the 4 pin relay identified under your '03 listing.
I think what you're calling 5 is actually 7, the turn-signal relay and for those you purchased, the one that you have for #3 in the 03 line-up is really probably from position 6, the ignition relay, as it is the same as that type.

i.e. there are 6 relays total
4 x 4RA940010-71 for 1,2, 4 & 6 (Main Beam, Low Beam, Main Power, Ignition)
1 x 4R0003520-13 for 3 (Headlight Cut)
1 x 4DB003750-36 for 7 (Flasher)

Note that the numbering convention is a little odd:
they go 1-4 front to back along the right subframe rail, but then 5-7 from center to right (5 is not a relay, it's the fall detector switch)
 

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Hmm, i'll edit my post, sounds like the guy i bought these from has (by design or accident) done me out of one, ah well :)

Jamie.
 
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