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    does anyone know how to replace the bonnet boot and steering wheel badges on a 2002 e46 as iv looked under the bonnet and the other side of the badge is covered the new badge has a two pins to place but i dont know how to secure it ??
     
     

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    Bonnet and boot badge just slide a credit card under and maybe a little screwdriver on top to give a bit of leverage and just pop them off
     
     

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    the steering wheel badge you dont remove, the ones you buy fit over the top of the oem one
    It's a ragtop thing, you wouldn't understand
     
     

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    be gentle with the bonnet one as i levered to much and when the badge lifted my knuckles slammed into the bonnet leaving four light indents haha
     
     

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    Best to use 2 cards with a small flat screw driver between the cards to prevent any damage to either surface. The boot and bonnet both just pop off with a little force. Use a little silicone under the replacements to keep them more secure.
     
     

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    I use packers that go around double glazed window units to remove mine.
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by plumb View Post
    I use packers that go around double glazed window units to remove mine.
    That's not what you told me mate. You said you used a hammer and chisel
     
     

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    I actually left the surround in place and just replaced the insert, the new ones come with the self adhesive backing, just lifted the old one with a blade carefully and stick the new one on
     
     

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    i did a guide in the how tops :P

    have a look there or use the search?

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