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Posted by Kenman on March 01, 1999 at 16:54:00:

In Reply to: Instructions on how to take door panel apart posted by Jack on March 01, 1999 at 16:01:25:

: Just got the fax from my dealer with PICTURES and step by step instructions on how to take the front driver/passenger door panels apart, this info is from BMW AG TIS (not sure what TIS stands for).

: if anyone is interested, I will post the instructions.
: the pictures didn't come out too well over the fax. I may stop by my dealer some time and get a copy of the original.

: It looks fairly straight forward, one special tool is necessary. it is part # 00-9-317 trim panel wedge. I think a flat blade can be used but they said to avoid damage to the trim panel, the tool is recommended. I'm not sure how much it costs.

: hopefully the weather will get better this weekend so I can take my door panel off and find/fix that annoying rattle.

: Jack




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