Can you check that part number? I don't find anything on that.I stopped by the dealer on the way home and picked up Repair Socket 61132360643 which fits the plug on the F10 shift knob and includes the pins with which to make the connection for the lighting. I guess most people tap into the ashtray light, but since my car is an auto I've got lighting for the shift selector already. I'll cut that plug off, or if I'm lucky I'll depin that socket and transfer them to this one.
I have the non lighted 6 speed ZHP knob already, but have the lighted 6 speed one in my M3 and do agree it looks pretty slick with the amber ambient lighting.I'll have to check when I get home. I thought that I was copying it directly off the package but must have mistranscribed.
My M Roadster has the lighted shift knob. Looks nice. Not sure I'd go out of my way to put one in, but I can certainly see why people like them. Hey, we all do stuff to make our cars personal to us.I know it's a genuine BMW part, so I'm sure the fit and finish are there, just my preference/opinion vs yours. We can agree to disagree on this.
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I figured, but it was a slow day at work, I had to vent somehow!Absolutely, no ill intent taken!
At one time they were the best source for factory safety triangles. Now there are other sources that are a bit cheaper. I got both my safety triangles and first aid kit from them. The factory fire extinguisher is just stupid expensive, so I don't have that. Been meaning to build a bracket to put a standard one in my car in the factory location.Nice to see LeatherZ is still running. I bought a few things from them a decade ago when I owned a z3 coupe.
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As far as removing the pillar itself or the loose fabric?Just getting caught up on the last few pages, awesome work on the recovering the pillars. I redid a headliner once and vowed never to deal with that again haha
My A-Pillars are starting to be a little floppy, they look easy to remove. Is it a simple case of pull hard but easy? Assuming I get my little issue dealt with the A-Pillars and the windshield will be the first things on my list of To-Do's
I got my gloss shadowline trim from a seller in Latvia. Theres a few sellers on ebay that seem to know what parts/options came on some european delivery cars that weren't offered in the United States. I look every now and then, I would also really like a set of auto folding mirrors.Or the same stuff cheaper.
Took several weeks to get here though. Bezos has definitely spoiled me in the mailorder department!