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99-06 3-Series (E46)

*Please read this all the way through before doing this install!*
We will not be held responsible for any mistakes, problems, or damage done to any part of your car. Follow this install guide carefully, and you should have no problems. If you are unsure about ANYTHING, please email us. We will help you out to the best of our ability.

Here Is What You Will Need:
- Phillips head screwdriver
- Flat head screwdriver
(BMW screwdriver works great.)

Use the flat head screwdriver to carefully pry the trim piece, starting with the back (the end closest to the trunk). It is also possible to remove the trim piece with your fingers. Disconnect any wires from the trim piece.

Through the opening, push the tabs circled below in and pull the light module down and it will come out.

Disconnect the wire from the light module. Remove the 2 Phillips screws circled below. Once the screws are removed the clear lens can be taken off.

Unlock the center bulb by twisting it approx 1/4 turn counterclockwise. Remove the holder (with the bulb) and separate the bulb from the holder.

Put the empty bulb holder back in the light module and lock it in by twisting approx 1/4 turn clockwise.

Insert the LED from the front of the light module. Before you put the lens back on, plug the light module back in and test it. If the LED does not light up, take it out and rotate it 1/2 a turn (180 degrees) and put it back in.

Once you know the LED is in the right way, put the lens back on and re-install the screws. Install everything in the reverse order.