BMW Z3 (E36/7, E36/8) Owners Workshop Manuals

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Owners Workshop Manuals, Electrical Wiring Diagrams, Owner Manuals for BMW Z3 E36/7 and E36/8 from 1995 to 2002.

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Owner Manuals

Title File Size Download Links
BMW Z3 2002 Owner’s Manual [PDF] 3.6Mb Download
BMW Z3 roadster 2.5i/Z3 roadster 3.0i/Z3 coupe 3.0i 1996 – 2002 Owner’s Manual [PDF] 1.1Mb Download

Service Manuals

Title File Size Download Links
Accessories and Equipment [PDF] 13.3Mb Download
Air Conditioning & Heating [PDF] 2.4Mb Download
BMW E36/7 (Z3 Roadster) 1996 Electrical Schematics & Wiring Diagrams [PDF] 10.2Mb Download
BMW Z3 1996-2002 – Component Location [PDF] 541.5kb Download
BMW Z3 1996-2002 System Wiring Diagrams [PDF] 4.1Mb Download
Body and Frame [PDF] 7.4Mb Download
Brakes [PDF] 3.8Mb Download
Driveline/Axles [PDF] 994kb Download
Electrical (Accessories and Equipment) [PDF] 4.1Mb Download
Engine Electrical System – Special Tools – M-Coupe/Roadster & Z3 (E36) [PDF] 10.6Mb Download
Engine [PDF] 14.3Mb Download
General/Service Information [PDF] 917.8kb Download
Restraints [PDF] 1.9Mb Download
Steering [PDF] 1.3Mb Download
Suspension [PDF] 6.4Mb Download
Transmission [PDF] 10.4Mb Download

The Z3 was BMW’s first modern mass roadster. The Z3 was launched in 1996, shortly after it was featured in a James Bond film. There were several car variants, including a coupe version (since 1999) and an M version for both models.

The two-seater roadster was launched in late 1995 on the market. In the summer of 1998, the series was supplemented by a coupe variant.

In April 1999, the Roadster and Coupe were upgraded. The range of engines ranged from a 1.8-litre four-cylinder engine with 115 hp. up to a 3.2-litre six-cylinder engine with 325 hp

As of July 5, 2002, BMW US Manufacturing Company, LLC in Greer, South Carolina (USA) produced 279,273 roadsters and 17,815 Z3 coupes. The BMW Z3 has the internal designation E36/7 for the roadster and E36/8 for the coupe (or E36 / 7S and E36 / 8S for motorsport models). It is based on the E36 Compact platform.

The rich exterior of the car looks beautiful with both raised and lowered top. The BMW Z3 looks dynamic, thanks to the elongated hood, sculptural muscular wings and short rear. The front of the car is decorated with a classic radiator grille “BMW nostrils”. The car sits on 17-inch alloy wheels. The dimensions of the roadster are equal: length – 4050 mm, width – 1740 mm, height – 1306 mm, wheelbase – 2446 mm. The interior of the roadster is made for the floor of the exterior – sports and racing in bright colours. The cabin is designed for two adults, the seats are anatomical, lined with leather and shaped like buckets. The instrument panel and centre console are lined with Kevlar-type material. The centre console is full of dials, buttons and control levers of the car’s internal systems. Despite the compactness, the cabin of the BMW Z3 is quite ergonomic.

Beginning in 2000, the car began to be equipped with a 3.0-litre 6-cylinder engine, which is combined with a 4-speed automatic transmission or 5-speed automatic transmission with the ability to switch ranges manually.

BMW Z3 Roadster Owners Workshop Manuals

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