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Old 03-29-2013, 09:17 PM   #1
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My Ride: E46 325ci Convertibl
Side Mirror 2006 RHD E46 325Ci Convertible

Hi all,

Had some bad luck recently and knocked off the passenger (LHS) outside mirror so I thought I should share my knowledge. Because of the heaps of mirror wiring configurations, I couldn't easily buy from a wrecker, so got the true part number from my local Australian Dealer (part no 51 167 153 135). Mine has memory seats & memory mirror positions, manual fold in. Local dealer price, around $AUD900. Searched European sites, $AUD420 after shipping.

I didn't need any of the peripheral parts (glass, cover etc - they were still OK).

It's unclear in one of the photos, but the connection plug has 3 female points. It is a ribbon type although the wiring sometimes looks like it's wires.
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