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Old 03-02-2003, 03:38 PM
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Mein Auto: 1993 325i 4dr manual
replacing front turn signal bulbs

I've been trying to replace the front right (driver's side) turn bulb on my dad's '99 e46. In order to loosen the lens I have to take a screwdriver and press through a hole on the fender to release a catch. After that supposedly the lens unit is to slide out, revealing the lens socket. I tried to release the catch only to find the miniscule hook is made of plastic. I chipped the plastic off and now I don't know what to do! Any suggestions?


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