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    ah the bit where your arm would go when sitting in the back seats yeah? ok tomorrow i will do that then wanna do it in daylight so i can see what im doing easier, thanks
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by robs e36 View Post
    ah the bit where your arm would go when sitting in the back seats yeah? ok tomorrow i will do that then wanna do it in daylight so i can see what im doing easier, thanks

    It's a method my mate that's had about 11 or 12 E36 M3 on the bounce showed me. Saves a lot of hassle


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    done this and everythings fine, went for a drive again turned my music off and picked my mate up. I then realised it only happens when i go over speed bumps or pot holes so got my mate to sit in the back and to tell me if the suspension was working on both the passenger and driver sides and he said it was so went back to his and was thinking then we thought what about the rear bumper because iv put the m3 rear bumper on it myself so me and my mate popped back out to my car got hold of the rear splitter (the black plastic bit thats the same level as my exhaust) and gave it a tug and the noise happened again. So thursday when i get paid im popping into bmw and getting some more push in clips. when iv got them im taking the splitter off and checking the rear bumper is still on tightly or if its worked itself abit loose over the last month or so then putting some push clips in all the holes because at the moment iv only got about 3 push clips in the rear splitter once iv tightened the rear bumper and put the new push clips i will take it for a spin and hopefully that will have sorted it. If it hasnt i will then get under the car and check the exhaust is not hitting on anything
     
     

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    Im gonna sound thick for asking this i know but im still learning so please bare with me, Iv got an m3 front bumper as u can see by my pic. Im looking at getting a front splitter for it because it doesnt have one at the mo. How are the front splitters put onto the front bumper? Is it the same as the rear and its held on with push clips? If it is do you know how many please so i can get these thursday when i get some for the rear saves keep going in there and getting more lol or are they held on my nut and blot?
     
     

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    Ok cheers
     
     

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