The full plug and play EKPM3 cooler kit is designed specifically for E70 (X5) BMW's using an EKPM3 or EKPM2 fuel pump control module. This is recommended for anyone using a low pressure fuel pump that is larger than the OEM fuel pump.
The cooler housing is designed to fit over the EKP module just like the OEM housing and fits with plenty of room in the stock EKP location. The housing is 3D printed using durable PLA+. The full kit is printed and assembled in the U.S.A. by Arc Terminator LLC.
10% of all proceeds from pink housings sold will be donated towards Breast Cancer research.
Full Kit Contents:
1x EKPM3 Cooler Housing With 5015 Fan
1x 14x14x6mm Heatsink With Thermal Tape
1x 14x9x5mm Heatsink With Thermal Tape
1x 9x9x5mm Heatsink With Thermal Tape (EKPM3 Kit)
4x 4" Zip Ties
1x Alcohol Wipe
1x 2 Amp Mini Blade Fuse
Why this kit exists:
The EKPM3 and EKPM2 have been shown to overheat and cause vehicle shutdown issues when larger fuel pumps that draw more current than OEM are used. This shutdown comes from critical components on the EKPM3 and EKPM2 overheating when larger current draws are coming from the fuel pump. The PNP kit comes with heatsinks for the most heat-sensitive and heat-producing components in the EKPM3 / EKPM2 to further increase cooling effectiveness. When paired with a potent 5015 blower fan that directs a large amount of airflow through the cooler housing, the EKPM3 / EKPM2 stays significantly cooler, which prolongs the life of the module. We also recommend anyone using a larger fuel pump than OEM to properly code their EKP module with Pro-Tool's built-in "Voltage Fix" feature. More information about this is in the FAQ section below.
Q: Where does this plug in to?
A: The E70 chassis has a fuse box in the trunk close to the EKP module. The power comes from fuse #113, which the wiring harness will plug directly into. This fuse controls the "center console 12v socket," which will still be 100% functional with this kit installed. The kit is then grounded to the bottom EKP mounting stud.
Q: This is 3D Printed, will it be durable enough to be in my car?
A: Yes, absolutely! Our housings are made from very durable PLA+ or PETG (depending on color options) and are designed to protect the EKP module from accidental impacts that may occur with objects in your trunk.
Q: How do I perform a "Voltage Fix" using Pro-Tool? (EKPM3 Only)
A: Check out this helpful guide from Skrillah416 on the Spool Street Forums: https://www.spoolstreet.com/threads/e60-fuel-pump-voltage-fix-coding-with-protool.5816/
Q: I'm a DIY'er, can I buy just the housing?
A: Absolutely! The housing alone is available here: Cooler Housing Only Also, if you've got a 3D Printer and you want to do your own thing, the STL file is 100% FREE for download here: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:5478339
Depending on heatsink availability, you may receive heatsinks that look different than what is pictured. However, we have tested both variants of heatsinks and have not noticed any measurable difference in heat dissipation from either style.
Please note that the actual EKPM3 or EKPM2 Fuel Pump Control Module is NOT included with this kit and is only shown for fitment.
This product is not DOT approved and is not intended to be installed in a vehicle for street use and may void your vehicle's warranty.
This product does not guarantee that your EKP fuel pump control module will not fail over time nor will this product fix any existing errors you may have with your vehicle.