Question about 1986 BMW 3 Series
To get the one's on the wheels off you have to take the wheels off and pop them off the the back. The one on the hood has two little plastic things you have to pry off. The one on the trunk are similar, but they are glued (at east mine were.) If you have the new ones already I would suggest getting a flat head screw driver and prying them off.
Posted on Jul 07, 2009
Buy the new ones and see how they fit
Posted on Jun 15, 2009
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