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#1 (permalink) Old 12-07-2004, 11:02 AM
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i have looked but i dont wanna just start ripping into the engine and the manual doesnt say so if anyone knows i just need to know where there located and if there easy to do myself? i have a 1991 525i e34 m50 engine 2.5i 6cyl, thanks for any help given!!
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To get to where the picture (post above) is, you have to remove the black and silve plastic covering that goes over this area. Simply pop the two round bolt covers with a screwdrive and remove the two bolts/nuts that hold the cover in place.

<span style='color:green'>1994 325i </span>- - - 75,000 mi.
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<span style='color:green'>1995 525i </span>- - - 154,000 mi.
No squeaks or rattles... unreal!
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Originally posted by frank3@Dec 7 2004, 08:55 PM
To get to where the picture (post above) is, you have to remove the black and silve plastic covering that goes over this area. Simply pop the two round bolt covers with a screwdrive and remove the two bolts/nuts that hold the cover in place.
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guys i dont know what to say ....thanks alot you probably saved me a big hassle and money lol i thought thats where they where but going from a cavalier to a bmw is a bit different and i didnt wanna go pulling and cutting things not knowing, so thanks so much to everyone's help.!!
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