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Most other posts I found on the net say it is under the passengers side rear seat. But I guess that depends on if you have a right hand or left hand drive.

http://www.onlinefreeebooks.net/automotive-machinery-power-equipment-ebooks/bmw/bmw-525i-530i-545i-525xi-530xi-owners-manual-pdf.html

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i have all the info you need..had to do this on my brothers care...short answer is the cables stretch inside their housings.. once seat is removed you trim the casing around the cables 1/4 and reinstall the end caps on each one to make them match their paired partner cables..stupidest thing bmw ever did having two cables to control each movement causing the chairs to twist and buckle like that..compare at $1000 to have qualified service do it for you...

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