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Old 06-24-2005, 08:30 AM
mannyqa mannyqa is offline
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Mein Auto: 1998 BMW 528i
Replacing BMW Parts

Need help in replacing some damaged parts of 1998 528i

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Need help in replacing some damaged parts of 1998 528i
I need to replace some parts on my car but I'm not sure whether to take it to a professional or do it myself.

1.) Driver Side Interior Door Handle Broken, I need to replace it. Is there a risk of having door airbag going off? Can someone help me decide whether I should do it myself, and if I do it what are the directions.

2.) Front and Back Cup holders Broken. Can someone help me decide whether I should do it myself, and if I do it what are the directions.

3.) Where can obtain some good quality front end rotors ,pads and sensor? Currently I need to replace the rotors?

Thanks In Advance
Mannyqa
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Old 06-24-2005, 11:53 AM
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there is no danger unless someone tbones you while your doing it,

you can disconnect the battery just inc ase but its not nessecary
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