From digest.v7.n148 Wed Aug 20 22:10:19 1997
From: Larry Schwarcz <lrs_at_hpinduf.cup.hp.com>
Date: Wed, 20 Aug 1997 18:47:37 -0700
Subject: Re: <E30> Toolbox Trivia
Eric Meyers <emeyers_at_flash.net> writes:
>I drive an E30, 88 325iC, which has a triangular shaped tool box which
>hangs from the rear trunk lid. All of the tools are there except one.
>I have an empty slot/hole which sits closest to the drivers taillight
>which is uncomfortably empty. It looks like this small space could hold
>a watch face, or perhaps an extra wheel nut.
>What tool, gizmo, or supply goes in this spot? My dealer says nothing
>goes there, but I think that something must. Bonus points for a part
I also drive an E-30 325iC. I believe that the tool you and I are
missing is a small socket type tool to manually open the sunroof (missing
on our convertibles :-) in case the battery is dead. I think there's
a small plastic plug near the front on the ceiling that can be removed.
The socket fits in there.
But, I could be wrong :-).
Hope this helps (Hey, hope I'm right!),
Lawrence R. Schwarcz, Software Design Engr/OSSD Internet: lrs_at_cup.hp.com
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