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E46 M3 (2001-2006) Engine: S54 - Max Hp: 333 hp at 7,900 rpm / 262 lb/ft at 4,900 rpm
Total Produced: 45,000+ - Years Produced: 2001 to 2006.


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Old Tue, Sep-14-2010, 03:55:28 PM   #11
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I'm not sure how they come off. I'll just figure it out when I get the new ones. Knowing BMW there's probably a screw involved somewhere.
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My C-pillars are coming off as well. Im thinking about getting them wrapped in alcantara, as well as the A-pillars.
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we're talking about the outside of the car here.
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Old Tue, Sep-14-2010, 07:49:10 PM   #14
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we're talking about the outside of the car here.
I didn't realize that either.

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I'm not sure how they come off. I'll just figure it out when I get the new ones. Knowing BMW there's probably a screw involved somewhere.
Anyone know how to remove these?
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Anyone know how to remove these?
There are two 'pin's at the bottom you need to gain access to by pulling back the rear door card. Pull the pins out with a flat head screw driver. Once those pins are out you have to push up on the pillar and get it in front of the rear door card. (picture shows why) Once it is in front of the door card then slide it down and it comes right off.

You will also need a T50 to remove the seat belt bolt to actually remove the b-pillar from the car.



You can't simply pull straight off after the pin removal as it slides onto these guides in the picture above.

http://m3support.net/thread/63/diy-p...removal-e46-m3
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Thanks for the help but I think we're referring to different parts here.

I'm referring to part #10 on the outside of the car.

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I have just replaced my lower weather stripping on my M3, (part 8) on the picture above, this is a real pain in the butt. I also got the column pillar (part 10) and is attached the same way, although i have not replaced this yet.

They are put on with a two sided adhesive tape. It is more like a foam tape. I used goo gone and a plastic mud knife to get this stuff off, and is quite the task.
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