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      04-22-2013, 11:50 AM   #92
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Drives: BMW 335i; Ducati S4RS
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E90 Side Reflector Removal

Removed the side reflectors yesterday, no heat gun or hair dryer was needed.

It was almost 90 degrees in the bay area yesterday; after a 20 min ride the car was a little hot. To remove the reflector all I did was use a flat head screw driver, and leverage it under the reflector, and it came off in under a minute. Be careful to still go easy on that part of the fender since it is fragile.

For E90 loosen the top bolt on the wheel well splash guard, it will make it easier to get to the top edge of the reflector to remove it, and take off the old glue. Also helps to put the new one one.