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  1. 2003 E46 318ci Convertible - Auto Roof hydraulic pipes 
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    Hi,

    Below is an estimate I received (which i have a paper copy of) from Sytner, Leicester for work on my car in 2008. Basically, I have a leak in one of my hydraulic pipes, it's a 2003 E46 318ci convertible, and so the roof no longer goes up/down. Does anyone know of any other places/garages that specialize in convertible roof/hood repairs, as the main dealership seems very pricey?

    Estimate from 29/04/2008 for BMW E46 318ci Convertible N42.2.0 (Registered 2003: RA52 PSO)



    Description of Goods Services Quantity/Unit Price Net total

    PARTS:

    B54.34.7.025.591 N/STOCK HOSE 1@ 176.40 176.40

    B54.34.7.025.597 N/STOCK HOSE 1@ 135.84 135.84

    B54.34.7.025.598 N/STOCK HOSE 1@ 137.03 137.03

    M54.34.0.394.395 N/STOCK HYDR FLUID 2@ 12.68 25.36

    B54.31.1.972.213 040204 Rivet 4@ 0.68 2.72

    B54.31.1.972.215 040205 Rivet 6@ 0.75 4.50

    B54.31.8.229.833 N/STOCK GUIDE 1@ 159.60 159.60



    LABOUR: Remove & install or replace hyd system for convertor top complete 1009.79



    VAT@17.5%: 288.97



    TOTAL: 1940.21
     
     

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    I don't see any reason why the labour can't be halved by taking the car to a indy BMW garage, you should have a look in the Yellow pages for specialists near you.
     
     

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