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Old 10-24-2004, 12:31 AM   #1 (permalink)
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hi i just recreived a set of clear corners for my 325ci (2001) does any1 have directions or a link to a tutorial on how to install them?
i don't have a single clue so yea

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You should be able to see a screw when you look down at the headlights with the hood open. There is a hole in the metal running along each fender. Just unscrew that screw a little and the corner will pretty much fall out. There is only one screw.

You will have to use a phillips screwdriver that is about 5 inches long
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The following write-up is for 2002+, but you get the idea of how it's done.

http://www.e46tech.com/diy/corners.html
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