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Fixing BMW E36 Door Panels . . . Videos!

24th December 2007

Fixing BMW E36 Door Panels . . . Videos!

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Hello, First of all, I just want to apologize for not being able to post on schedule in the last 4 or 5 days. I’ve been very busy with my relatives and couldn’t find an hour or two to even do a quick post. So, I hope that you have missed me (or missed my posts at least 😆 ). For today’s post, I have found these 3 videos which precisely show how you can remove your BMW E36 door panels, fix them and re-install them again. After you’re done with these videos, please pay attention to the sound of the door while closing. It’s a magnificent sound. I hope you find these videos useful. In case you hate videos (well, I don’t know why you should be), but you can find another DIY that I have posted before about fixing your door panels. You can find it here Fixing BMW E36 door panel!.

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  1. 1 On December 29th, 2007, Paul said:

    Great Useful Videos. Thanks

  2. 2 On February 22nd, 2008, jeff said:

    great info – thanks

  3. 3 On February 24th, 2008, Tony Sticks said:

    Glad to help Jeff 🙂

  4. 4 On June 18th, 2008, Ken Ball said:

    Great Job! I am a new BMW owner of 1994 325I Convertable and your video’s are very helpful and are extactly the subject I’m having problems with.


  5. 5 On June 20th, 2008, Tony Sticks said:

    @Ken Ball: Glad to help Ken 🙂

  6. 6 On June 26th, 2008, frank said:

    pretty helpful thanks
    do you have more video tips??

  7. 7 On June 27th, 2008, Tony Sticks said:

    @frank: You’re welcome. I will post anything I can get my hands on for everyone to see. Just don’t forget to subscribe to this blog :p

  8. 8 On July 24th, 2008, rex said:

    You just used a hot glue gun?

  9. 9 On July 25th, 2008, Tony Sticks said:

    @rex: Yes, it works, but you will need to use the industrial strength glue sticks. Not the normal (common) types.

  10. 10 On January 15th, 2009, Steve said:

    Where can you buy the industrial strength glue sticks? Haven’t found any at Home Depot

  11. 11 On January 16th, 2009, Tony Sticks said:

    @Steve: You can find them on Amazon here.

  12. 12 On March 17th, 2009, Marius said:

    I did this operation today..I used some kind of white silicone that had wrote on it that it could be used for this kind of operation. very good DIY btw.