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Old 04-08-2004, 10:47 PM   #1 (permalink)
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anyone know how to clean the window buttons in the center console? i spilled something in there and the buttons to control the rear windows are sticky. does anyone know what i'm talking about? if so, i'd like to know how you can clean in between. i know there's gotta be some way to take it out to clean in between. can anyone help?

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Just for everyone's clarification, I assume you are talking about an E34?
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yeah, 92 525i.
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i've exactly the same prob with my '95 525i. would like to know about the fix.
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i am guessing you could use one of those things that you clean computer keyboards with... basically the same thing, but I have not tried so i wouldn't know for sure
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They just pop out. pry the molding out with either your finger or flathead screwdriver then clean with rubbing alcohol or your favorite orange cleaner.
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