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  1. How do I remove my 118D hatch boot badge? 
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    Purchased new carbon badges and wish to put them on, bonnet change seems simple but cannot work out how to change the boot badge? Any ideas?
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    Use a plastic credit car on both sides of the badge
    You then you can use a light lever between the badge and credit card to prize it up till it comes off
    This way it will you will not damage the paint but do be careful

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    Quote Originally Posted by bwchiptune View Post
    Use a plastic credit car on both sides of the badge
    You then you can use a light lever between the badge and credit card to prize it up till it comes off
    This way it will you will not damage the paint but do be careful
    Correct for any other BMW. The badge on the E87 is part of the opening mechanism so it is glued on. Need to heat it gently to remove

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