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post #1 of 9 Old 9th June 2018, 05:00 PM Thread Starter
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rear passenger window trim?

So, the trim that holds the small window on one of my rear passenger door has taken all it can from the sun. Which part is it on the diagram? 7?
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not sure why the pic didnít work....trying again
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Try googling the bmw part number. 99% chance you'll find a picture of every single part number you search.
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CALL DEALER AND EXPLAIN WHAT U LOOKING FOR...then get the part number...and go find it online..) good luck
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CALL DEALER AND EXPLAIN WHAT U LOOKING FOR...then get the part number...and go find it online..) good luck


Just make sure the dealership you call has a good parts guy. As these cars age, very few people know what these parts are for. This is especially true if itís a part that fails with age/miles because they never see it through their lease warranties.


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Just picked up a mint 2010... Car is a 9 out of 10 except for the 4 panels in between the front and rear windows. I went ahead and also replaced the 4 trim piece above and below the windows. Find a good body shop and it will be cheaper than the dealership.
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Just make sure the dealership you call has a good parts guy. As these cars age, very few people know what these parts are for. This is especially true if itís a part that fails with age/miles because they never see it through their lease warranties.


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So true! I needed to replace a interior door handle part that a large BMW dealer parts man said was unavailable. I found it on Pelican after an hour of searching!
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