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Old 04-25-2003, 02:36 PM   #1
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Installing clears on 323i

Hey Guys, I just ordered my clears for my car. Is it difficult to install them? will it take long? Any sites where I can see "step" to "step" instruction? Thanks
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How about E46fanatics.com ?

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It will take 3 hours. Hehehehe. J/K. Be sure to post pictures of results!!!
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Front and side are relatively easy. The rears are a pain in the @ss.

Quick warning, be sure to hold on to the light as you unbolt the last screw, mine basically fell right out. Good thing I didn't crack anything on the oem rears...
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Thank you guys for all the replies Can I sell the old ones?
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You can sell the old ones if there is a buyer who:

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2). has a busted OEM light housing

3). has too much $$$ and just buys them for keepsake, =)

4). other

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You can sell the old ones if there is a buyer who:

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