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Old 06-12-2005, 09:18 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Today I was pulling out of a very tight parking space and I grazed the SUV in fron of me and broke the orange plastic cover for the right signal light ('94 318is). What part do i need to replace this--is it the whole light with cover, or is it just the orange plastic cover that I need--is this easy to DIY?
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If you want to... you can order the part from www.pelicanparts.com

You can also order new clear turn signals from a performance dealer... they are very popular and make the car look a lot better... you can get these from www.umnitza.com if you like... its the turn signal cover...

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Thanks for your help--I think I may go with the clear ones--are they easy to install? do you have any links to pics of e36's with the clear corners--curious to see how ggod it looks--i know they have photos on the site--but would like to see better pics if you know of any--also, I was thinking of replacing the headlight covers as well--they are a bit aged--any choice I can make to spruce them up?
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Will I neeed to cahnge the bulbs to yellow--or does the signal light look good as is?
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You will have to get orange bulbs. Another option is to get "stealth" bulbs or LED signal indicators. Both of these look clear when off, but light up orange.
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Bavarian Auto parts sells a lot of them... and they are rather good quaility...

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