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Good to see another AZ person, as for the seats... (archive)

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Posted by Hellrot on September 17, 2000 at 19:41:46:

In Reply to: New M3/4 owner-blk sedan seat bottom needed-reset posted by Jim Rohn on September 17, 2000 at 13:58:30:

I would just post WTB black sedan M3 seat. Go from there. There are some complete interiors floating around here from time to time. I hope that all else goes well

Stephen in Tucson

I just picked up the Cosmos 1997 M3 sedan I bought on ebay ... beware of seller gocyber.

WAY too many dings for my taste, although they are not TOO noticable ...

anyway, another thing he lied to me about was the condition of the steering wheel and the leather. The rear bottom has a crease/crack in it that is unsightly. It doesn't go through the cover but I'm not sure how long it will last. BMW say NOT to use a leather conditioner, but is that REALLY true???

So, if someone had a wreck or a race car that doesn't need the lower rear seat (black), I'm a buyer.

Also the reset info stated to short pin 9 to pin 13 (or ground) for 9 seconds for the oil, I couldn't understand the rest of the instructions ... any clarification?


Jim Rohn
Scottsdale, AZ

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