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E46General discussion and technical help for 1999-2004 3 series cars.
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Your Ride: 1994 BMW 525i, 1987 325is, 1986 325
"C" pillar trim, and you have to take apart most of the rear interior. Seat back, door seal and some of the rear deck cover to remove it properly. What you may want to do is get some trim adhesive and try to fix it in place. Use plastic tools and the trim wedge to tuck the fabric back in at the top.
Big Evil, The BMW driving monster of the American Southwest (Currently on BMW #5)
I would just get a new trim peice they are line 40-50 at the dealer and you can never reglue the material and it look correct. I have tried several times on several times on many cars when you do it. it looks darker where ever the adhesive is aplied