Where can you get a manual for overhauling a 1992 BMW 325i engine?
It may sound silly, but the best option is the dealership. I've
seen many manuals for BMW but the manuals at the dealership are the
best. Sometimes they are cool and they will let you borrow them,
photo copy or let you get just the info you need to write it down.
Others will tell you that you just have to buy it.
Look into buying your own Bentley (the brand name, not the car manufacturer) manual. I bought my own for my E36 and it becomes your Holy Grail. www.bavauto.com is where I get all of my stuff. You can also call them if you ever get stuck with a tough problem.
You can jump the BMW 325i however there are some precautions listed in the Bentley manual. While hooking up the jumper cables hook up the positive one to the battery or the power box ( engine compartment passenger side-all those black cables ) and the negative one to the body of your car ( not the negative post ). The manual also says to turn on your blower motor and headlights before trying to start…
that's easy in the engine compartment. if you looking in front of the car the fuse box will be on the right side. locate your intake next to it will be a black box. and theres the fuse bow. if i lost you there go to the local parts store and find a haynes bokks for your car. it would be 1992-1998 BMW 325is and up