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E46General discussion and technical help for 1999-2004 3 series cars.
i doubt it. When I got the car, my parents stipulated that it have no more than 180 horsepower. In fact, they won't even let me run a shark injector because they think that it will make the car too fast. If I keep this one, i'm selling it as soon as my name's on the title, and making that downgrade. Still, i'll try and talk my dad into a '95 M3. Either that or a Dakar Yellow '97 M3 sedan.
man ur parents are mean. My mom thought the car was too fast the second i drove it off the lot (she wasnt with me when i did) and now she doesnt want me buying anything for it that will "increase the speed" as she put it retardly. So has no power over what i buy with my money. So far i have an intake and underdrive pullies, M50 manifold is on the way and she cant say shit about it.
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Go to wall mart and buy some 40$ 16inch tires. Then eather go to a junk yard and pull out your own box or get one off ebay. But since your not able to find your power steering cap under the hood you might want to have a shop install the box for you. Since your selling it why do you care what parts go into it?
because I still have to drive it for a year or so - I don't want to have crap parts on it. with the way I drive, a junyard box will be gone in a month or so. As for "not being able to find" the power steering cap, the manual for the e46 doesn't even list one as existing, nor point out where it may lie under the hood. Neither me nor my dad could locate it. And we are far from being mechanically disinclined.