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Hey Glenn I was wondering can make a video about speed sensors and the locations
Doing a great job looking after the tan... Best end to it 👊😄👍
The difficult part of this job are the plastic panels near the pedals (not seen here). The left one, the one serving as a foot rest, needs to be losen and pushed forward (in the direction of the door) in order to come out. To do this, one also needs to take out the curved floor panel that runs along the door opening, for that panel pinches it. By the way, that bastard [the curved one on the floor] can be forced out, although it requires force, but it is not made to snap back. You'll have to modify it later to put it back (cutting part of its rain and slighting it might be the easiest way). Anyhow, to put back the panel serving as footrest I even cut a little horn it had on its lower back, it was useless and only making things difficult. Manufactures do this on purpose to discourage people from doing their own repairs, in the hopes that they take the car to the dealership. Years ago, everything was carpet, if that, and much easier and intuitive. Nonetheless, it could be easier but it is still an easy job that should take no more than an hour and some minutes.
How did you remove the ecu plastic box? I have the ecu out but cant find the bolts holding it...
Thank you so much, been trying to access my hood for a while and this helped so much
What model? Year?
99 540I ( e39)
Much appreciated very helpful video
Thank you for taking the time to make this video. Very helpful.
Hi what year and model is you bimmer? Thank you
I just finished this job on my 2002 530i. Almost identical to this job. The only difference was I didn't have to take off the lower dash section. The rest was straight up like this video.
thank you, wish it was a 325IS :)
99 540i 6 speed
I bought the cable, but it's too long.
Mine was a little long but it fit on the ends so I just let the cable curve some.