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Thread: Locked rear door panel removal, for those of you who have

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    Default Locked rear door panel removal, for those of you who have

    had this happen, i just stumbled onto this bulletin going through the oldest tis i have that may help some.......

    old link does not work anymore, shogun saved a copy http://s71.photobucket.com/user/shog...moval.jpg.html
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    this is probably better than using a holesaw to access it from the outside!
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    Quote Originally Posted by 632 Regal
    this is probably better than using a holesaw to access it from the outside!
    Talking about last measures!

    Ralph Mendoza Jr. - Long Beach, CA

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    Thought it was standard practice.
    Quote Originally Posted by uscharalph
    Talking about last measures!
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    Hole Saw then pops-a-dent and you're good to go!

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    Good one Bill. I had a customer asking me exactly that, how do you get the darn panel off and door open when the actuator is stuck in the locked position. Oh, and you stored the pic on Bimmer.info. This is certainly one for the archives. kewl

    A Bimmer Nut for sure: '04 530im (current daily driver), '97 m3, '98 323is, '99 Z3, '01 740iL, '06 330cicm zhp, '02 R1150R, '69 r60, Owner/Operator of www.Bimmer.info and www.BimmerNut.com
    And I still maintain: '90 535im (sold to daughters best friend, one of my favorite bimmers), '92 525im (daughters other best friend now drives this one).

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