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Seat side trims help.

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Can I see some pics of your seats and the trims on the side? Mine were missed, so I bought the new ones, but with the new leather covering the seats I can not see how to fix them there and what kind of screw I have to use. It's the trim for the lever to fold the seat.

Thanks.

Vte :)

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I may be wrong, but I think he's asking about the seat back release higher up on the seat back.

Bob Napier

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The one I mean is the chrome rectangular shape trim behind the lever to fold the seat.

Thanks

look at the link i gave you and you'll find pics of all sections of the seat and trim, screws, etc

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The one I mean is the chrome rectangular shape trim behind the lever to fold the seat.

Thanks

look at the link i gave you and you'll find pics of all sections of the seat and trim, screws, etc

Thank, I did already, but I would like to see a LIVE pic to see how it looks and what's the color and shape of the screws.

cheers

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This may be the part you're refering to:

http://bmwfans.info/parts/catalog/114/Sedan/USA/2002-M10/LHD/A/1975/february/browse/seats/front_seat_backrest_unlocking/

It also is shown here:

http://bmwfans.info/parts/catalog/114/Sedan/USA/2002-M10/LHD/A/1975/february/browse/seats/seat_rail/

I'm not sure where you're located, but the screws are available from any BMW dealer, and the Recessed oval head sheet-metal screws specified are probably available at any well stocked hardware store.

Bob Napier

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