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BMW Z3 Seat Belt Guide Repair

Discussion in 'Z3 & Z3 M Roadster & Coupé Knowledgebase' started by Mr-P, Dec 8, 2013.

  1. Mr-P

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    If everyone did this to then there would be considerably less broken ones out there...

    I've changed the thread title to make it easier to find using the search title, and moved it to the Z3 & Z3 M Roadster & Coupé Knowledgebase section!
     
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    Thanks Gary wasn't sure if I should post it in that section.

    This is a pence option fix and easy to remove if you need to. So go on guys do it even if yours are not broken yet.
     
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    Where can you that size of heat shrink please? Thanks Tony.
     
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    Motorist discount stores or even better a Nut and bolt factor place.
    Or I am sure Ebay.

    If you struggle to get some PM me I am sure I still have some in the garage.
     
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    Hey thanks for that. I will see what I can come up with around town in the motor trade first. Regards, Tony.
     
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    Do not forget Electrical wholesalers as well
     
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    I used this method. Very cost effective and looks great.
     
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