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What Did You Do To Your Car Today.

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You lowered?

On TME springs, yes. But nevertheless, I've never had any problems being lowered, there was just that much ice built up overnight.

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Oil change, coolant temp sensor & thermostat.

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On TME springs, yes. But nevertheless, I've never had any problems being lowered, there was just that much ice built up overnight.

Noob. :lol:

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Same issue here, unless the plows come through a few times, there are too many ridges that ice over and yank front bumpers clean off. Sucks.

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Pulled rear interior panels and c pillars.

Tomorrow the door panels, center console and headliner are coming out.

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sticker, not magenet? :(

If you don't move the magnet for lets say a few years, it will peel paint off.

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Put a space heater in my car for a couple hours to warm up the plastic so I could finish taking everything out.

Door panels, Pillars, rear shelf, center console, Shift console, headliner..

I stripped all the fabric off the headliner and rear shelf (and the pillars) and started repairing all the misc broken stuff and cleaning all the plastic

All that's left is the knee bolsters and the lower dash/shift console frame. and then the main carpet.

Carpet came today, rear carpet piece will be here monday.

suede headliner fabric and a bunch of other shit will be here next thurs.

I hate interior work, can't wait until it's done


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been cleaning and treating the seats too

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Put a space heater in my car for a couple hours to warm up the plastic so I could finish taking everything out.

Door panels, Pillars, rear shelf, center console, Shift console, headliner..

I stripped all the fabric off the headliner and rear shelf (and the pillars) and started repairing all the misc broken stuff and cleaning all the plastic

All that's left is the knee bolsters and the lower dash/shift console frame. and then the main carpet.

Carpet came today, rear carpet piece will be here monday.

suede headliner fabric and a bunch of other shit will be here next thurs.

I hate interior work, can't wait until it's done

Some of those plastic trim clips (especially the a-pilars) on E36's are brutally fragile. You're right, interior work does suck - 100x more on a coupe.

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Some of those plastic trim clips (especially the a-pilars) on E36's are brutally fragile. You're right, interior work does suck - 100x more on a coupe.

For sure.. being very careful. so far I haven't broken anything.

The notorious door panel clip "bars" were already broken. I am fixing all of that crap

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For sure.. being very careful. so far I haven't broken anything.

The notorious door panel clip "bars" were already broken. I am fixing all of that crap

Too bad your not closer man.

Plenty of cars at work to get parts from. We tend to charge local enthusiasts pick a part prices when they come in looking for interior stuff.

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