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      03-30-2008, 07:59 PM   #34
raceyBMW
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Originally Posted by e92er View Post
Great writeup!!! I followed this last night and almost everything went smooth as butter!! I say almost cuz I did wind up messing up the springs for BOTH headlight washers....seriously, those were a PITA!!

Luckily I don't need the headlight washers just yet and I'll replace them in a few months when I've got some time to take the front off again.....until then, I'll just take out the fuse so that I don't turn them into high-velocity projectiles next time I'm cleaning my windshield....
Yeah, I had an issue with the headlight washers as well. You can actually take the springs and cover off the headlight washer arm and try to compress them some. Since they are already stretched, just open the cover enough so you can grab the headlight washer arm and pull it out. Detach the springs from the arm (the just slip out) and let it go. Then just grab the headlight washer arm and pull it back out to them back on. Mine were a little loose, but after a couple days they compressed again, and are flush just like they were before I took the bumper off.
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