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Old 01-15-2007, 07:03 AM   #1 (permalink)
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what our beloved cars look like without dashboards :)

im replacing mine so i thought i'd share this with you, its pretty interesting how much stuff is under here that i have no idea what it is

oh and yes, i did drive it like this, it feels much less secure.
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Old 01-15-2007, 07:06 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Old 01-15-2007, 09:55 AM   #3 (permalink)
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I gotta get me one of those!
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Nice. Are you gettign a dash with the tray or with an airbag?
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just tray, i dont even have a steering wheel airbag. the whole point of this is to change it from grey to black then ill get leather seats in a few weeks. and my whole interior will be finally black.

is there anything else i should do while i have easy access? the aircon microfilter is all i can think of?! ill try and find that.
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Well, besides the obvious of checking for any damage to wiring, replacing the light bulbs in the gauge cluster, and cleaning out behind the dash.... nope. Nothing else comes to mind.
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Old 01-17-2007, 08:26 PM   #7 (permalink)
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I heard some guys talking about this dash delete mod, but never seen it before!
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the gauge cluster is easily accessible anyway so i wont bother changing those. they all seem to work.

i can't seem to find the microfilter thing, do all e36s have it?
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search this site for microfilter, someone posted a thread on how to change the filter and it will make it very easy. the filter itself is behind your temp controls. good luck
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i know why i couldn't find it, because on RHD cars its accessed from the steering wheel side, not the glovebox side. anyway, got it out now, and will put the new one in soon. i do have to snap it and the one in there was snapped.

thanks for your help...
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hm. doesnt look too purty underneath it all lol. good luck on it man.
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WHOAH!!!!!!!! are you to tell me that once I remove my dash...then the steering wheel just jumps to the other side......Can you do this with all cars or just BMWs......im sure the honda boys would love doing this to their civics.....












do i even have to mention it?
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i know why i couldn't find it, because on RHD cars its accessed from the steering wheel side, not the glovebox side...
That's what you get for having a backwards car like that. Sheesh, silly Kiwis'
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That's what you get for having a backwards car like that. Sheesh, silly Kiwis'
backwards car ftw :P
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