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I think those wires are left over from the removal of the smog equipment. Go to this link and compare your wires to the pictures of the ones I removed from my car.

http://www.bmw2002faq.com/content/view/18/32/

I say remove those floor panels and yabba dabba doo!

Thank you very much, that's them...

So I'm taking it no one makes replacement floors for these. I'm also going to need to do the trunk/spare tire/gas tank area as well.

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you might find a longer bolt that will permit washers and a nut

(for your mount limiting strap) - with a thread or two

showing after the nut is tightened, and to help keep

the nut and bolt in place.

From your photo, and from this angle , your rubber mount looks toasty?!

02motormounts.jpg

While your inspecting - clean off the metal supporting

arm for the drivers side motor mount/steering box.

Look up at it with a bright light from underneath.

Look for cracking as illustrated below. Degrease it good.

02frontsubframeparts1.jpg

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you might find a longer bolt that will permit washers and a nut

(for your mount limiting strap) - with a thread or two

showing after the nut is tightened, and to help keep

the nut and bolt in place.

From your photo, and from this angle , your rubber mount looks toasty?!

I have a shortage of metric fasteners, it's on my list for purchase.

And the mount probably is toasty.

But at this point I think the transmission is at the end of it's life as well. It doesn't want to shift worth a damn. In reverse it is all kinds of carrying on. I need to pick up some GL-4 compatible lube for it. See if it'll at least calm it down a bit to get me through a couple weeks.

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Got some wiring straightened out tonight. Where they go into the fuse box a mouse had chewed them up pretty good. Got them all fixed up, removed the home from under the fuse box. And everything seems to be a bit better now. Slowly getting there with it.

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Walloth & Nesch in Germany has all the body parts and I believe I saw that one of their specials now is floor pans... but I have never actually ordered, so not sure how difficult it is.

Randy

Thank you, it looks like they have them, now to see what the exchange rate is and how to order.

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