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Old 12-15-2005, 12:12 PM   #1
big_stoo
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Front wheel arch liner help

Ive been trying to replace my chewed up front passenger side wheel arch liner(the entire liner not the mud flap bit under the front bumper) and Im a bit stuck.

I can see all the bolts I need to remove to drop it down but the liner seems to carry on and tuck in under the side skirt. I can see some plastic clips under there but I am not sure if I have to remove these. Any ideas?

Thanks
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Old 12-16-2005, 02:14 PM   #2
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bump.

I want to know about this too. realoem.com shows a mystery bolt under the lower back of the wheelarch trim, under the footwell. It isn't visible from the underneath of the car.

For USA members, BMW's "wheelarch trim" is the black plastic wheelwell splash shield.
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