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Old 11-22-2003, 04:13 PM   #1 (permalink)
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My current headlight covers (and windsheild for that matter) appear to be sand blasted. They are loaded with tiny pits all over them. I have been unable to locate replacement covers from any place but the local dealership (who will only sell the entire assembly). Does anyone know where I can find the plastic covers?
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i'm not sure if there is any place that just sells the headlight covers. you can always check with the bmw recycling centers. you may not have much luck since you have a newer car.

i will double check with my dealer and see what they say. i do know you can buy the replacement headlight trims, but i don't see why they won't sell the covers. let me check with them tomorrow and see.
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My Headlight covers are the same way. I talked to the dealer and they said the replacement plastic ones are like $60 each. I believe they clip in after you remove the old ones. But I am not for sure.
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I had the same problem, so I found a new set of covers on Ebay $35 for both
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