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  • Hey Larry, I almost needed a Scuba suit while removing that front air dam from the white beamer at Pick and Pull (P&P). P&P would happen to leave at the bottome of the slope, were it had rain heavy and was still still standing. Too bad I didn't have a camera with me, I had car seats and any kinda of carpet from cars to try and stay somewhat dry. hee hee --- On Tue, 4/28/09, Larry R...
    BENNIE LANE JR Apr 28, 2009
  • Front air dam = front spoiler...Correct? Are they hard to remove? [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
    BENNIE LANE JR Apr 28, 2009
  • I was trying to see you all experience with Timing Belt change with money being tight! hee hee One book (Haynes) says it should be change every 60k miles. I was trying to get more mileage out of it but certainly don't won't it to break. I'm already 6k over on the change at 60k intervals. Is it really pushing it trying to go to 70k or 75k and then change??? Ben --- On Tue, 4/14/09...
    BENNIE LANE JR Apr 15, 2009
  • Central Warning Light Flashing while Driving and Brake lights warning light, lights up in the Top Check-Control near the rear view mirror. Any possible causes for this, especially when the brake lights are working fine???
    Bennie Oct 25, 2007
  • Any one have the hole Locations / Measurements for the Trunk for this type of Rear Spoiler for an e28? Early 635 Rubber Spoiler - $100 http://www.glosshau s.com/Temp/ 635RearSpoilerSi de.JPG [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
    BENNIE LANE JR Oct 22, 2007
  • Thanks for the info. peter wrote: --- In bmwe28@^$1, "Bennie" wrote: > > Anyone familar with this type of rear spoiler that has metal screws > built into it for mounting the trunk. Anyway, The question is how > Powerful of Drill does one need to drill holes in the body of the > trunk??? I have a battery operated Black & Decker 7.2 volt could that > do the job? > > Ben > JUST FITTED...
    BENNIE LANE JR Oct 19, 2007
  • Thanks for the info. peter wrote: --- In bmwe28@^$1, "Bennie" wrote: > > Anyone familar with this type of rear spoiler that has metal screws > built into it for mounting the trunk. Anyway, The question is how > Powerful of Drill does one need to drill holes in the body of the > trunk??? I have a battery operated Black & Decker 7.2 volt could that > do the job? > > Ben > JUST FITTED...
    BENNIE LANE JR Oct 19, 2007
  • Anyone familar with this type of rear spoiler that has metal screws built into it for mounting the trunk. Anyway, The question is how Powerful of Drill does one need to drill holes in the body of the trunk??? I have a battery operated Black & Decker 7.2 volt could that do the job? Ben
    Bennie Oct 18, 2007
  • Any of you all have any tips in removing the heater motor fan from plastic cover housing it sits in???? Its such a tight fit and want come out!
    Bennie Sep 28, 2007
  • Replaced the thermostat and car is still trying to overheat, even after turning the heater temp control in the max heat position and loosening bleed screw. Any suggestions of whats causing this and / or solutions???
    Bennie Sep 23, 2007