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      01-29-2013, 03:56 AM   #1
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tweeter cover part no?

Hi guys,
I have a e90 325i lci, i need to change my left tweeter cover mesh, anyone has the part no? mine has got abit rusted, the cover is attached on the A pillar, i m attaching a pic.

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      01-29-2013, 04:16 AM   #2
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http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/1708894506...84.m1438.l2649
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/1809318101...84.m1438.l2649
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Double check the number against what side you wish to replace
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its showing window frame, i need to change the inside tweeter speaker cover.

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if its a E90/E91 its one piece, and goes completely around the window/door frame, there is not a separate cover just for the Tweeter
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if its a E90/E91 its one piece, and goes completely around the window/door frame, there is not a separate cover just for the Tweeter
hmmmn, what you guys recommend howto remove few rust spots?
should i change the frame.

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Is the speaker mesh metal? If so could you mask it off and spray with matt black? if it's plastic, can you clean the rust off?
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Is the speaker mesh metal? If so could you mask it off and spray with matt black? if it's plastic, can you clean the rust off?
its metal, tried scrubbing it off but didnt work was thinking if a black marker will do the trick
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If that doesn't work you could try masking it off and painting it maybe?
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if its a E90/E91 its one piece, and goes completely around the window/door frame, there is not a separate cover just for the Tweeter
Just a photo for reference of how the part comes from BMW



If you carefully remove the frame you can tape it off and re paint the metal cover over the speaker. I'd suggest using very light coats to help prevent the paint from collecting in the screens.
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holy crap didn't know its such a headache, thought it would be a simple speaker mesh swap, guess have to try the black marker trick first.
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got the part changed at the dealer today, looks brand new No rust, thanks for the help guys..
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