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      10-13-2019, 12:43 PM   #12871
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My car came with the adaptive headlights. If I were to buy the non-adaptive headlights, will that cause any problems? Can the adaptive headlights error be coded out?
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      10-13-2019, 07:27 PM   #12872
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I replaced my cabin air filter in my 135i today. Honestly it was the easiest cabin air filter I've replaced on a car; I was very happy.
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      10-13-2019, 07:56 PM   #12873
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Removed my cabin air filter and installed my Burger Motorsports Cabin air filters.

Easier to keep the leaves and pine tags out with them installed.

Pulled the headlight switch and cut the 4 tabs off so now I have rear fogs. Bright!!!

I'll be damed if I can pull the vent surround above the headlight switch without bending it half way up on the inside edge. Never gotten one off by simply lifting.
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My car came with the adaptive headlights. If I were to buy the non-adaptive headlights, will that cause any problems? Can the adaptive headlights error be coded out?
Yup, very easy to code out.
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Removed my cabin air filter and installed my Burger Motorsports Cabin air filters.

Easier to keep the leaves and pine tags out with them installed.

Pulled the headlight switch and cut the 4 tabs off so now I have rear fogs. Bright!!!

I'll be damed if I can pull the vent surround above the headlight switch without bending it half way up on the inside edge. Never gotten one off by simply lifting.
Just spent half an hour researching about this rear fog light mod.
Went outside to do it then found my car already had the factory euro switch but I never noticed it before!

Guess I don't need to mod Afterall!
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Swapped out the summer tires/wheels (General G-Max RS on 17"Apex Arc-8's) for the winter rubber on stock rims. It's getting too cold in the morning to run the summers. It feels like I traded the 128i for a 1978 Cadillac Eldorado. Plush. At least the winter tires don't track in rain grooves like the Generals.
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Installed the BMW Performance SSK lever
Griots Synthetic Clay Barred the entire exterior
Cleaned surfaces with Isopropyl alcohol
Applied Meguiars Hybrid Ceramic Wax
Buffed and buffed.
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Replaced the drivers side seatbelt pre-tensioner, $110 for the pre-tensioner and $540 for fittment along with a couple of other things. I also fitted new roundels onto the car. This is getting expensive recently!
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