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Old 01-08-2016, 06:23 PM
rolypoly920 rolypoly920 is offline
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Location: Huntsville, Alabama
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Mein Auto: 2011 740Li
Engine Cable Tray Removal

I ran into a snag while working on my 2011 F02 N54 engine today. Was going to replace spark plugs, but one of the plugs is under the cable tray at the back of the engine (sorry, no picture). I was going to remove the cable tray and get it out of the way, but was puzzled on how to remove it. I yanked on it a few times and it didnt seem to want to budge...and I didnt want to break anything also. So has anyone done this on their 740Li with the N54 engine?? I would appreciare any tips on how to move this out of the way. Is there any clips there that i need to depress or something of the sort?? I have looked everywhere and have not found any information....most of the stuff on the web is for the 3 and 5 series cars and the configuration is different layout....kind of easy.

So I would appreciate any help if possible.

Thanks in advance.
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