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hi is there any way to get in the trunk of BMW,dead battery and dont have my keys ,i have plastic key but it wont open trunk please help me
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hi is there any way to get in the trunk of BMW,dead battery and dont have my keys ,i have plastic key but it wont open trunk please help me
bring your registration papers to any BMW dealer(to prove you are the real owner of the car... provide proof of identity... and if the names match, a BMW dealer will make you a key based on your VIN :-)
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I haven't posted since... 2006.. lol. Here's my E46 dedicated website. Filled with DIY, mods, etc etc
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Thanks, this is really helpful. Especially for anew bimmer like me.
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I like E36 BTW
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ello people,

I was wondering if anyone in here knew how difficult it is to transfer the inter working of a 2005 BMW 325i door to a new door shell. I can't really find anything online that gives me a step by step process.
Any feedback is welcome.
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Hi to all . Australian here. How does one recalibrate the service info that appears on the dash other than taking it to a BMW dealer to have the service done by them and then recalibrated.
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Does the gearshift steptronic replacement needs to be reprogrammed?
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