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Thread: Fs: Testing waters E46 rear sunshade blind $400

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    Fs: Testing waters E46 rear sunshade blind $350

    Testing the waters to see interest. It's a special option that's really hard to find. If it's E46 sedan models not sure if it will fit a coupe. It does not come with to control switch or center console switch panel. You would need to route a switch or center console switch panel or relay.
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    Any particular reason why you're not selling the switch panel? Since you had this in your car that usually means you had the button in your car which means you had the switch panel. it looks like your selling the rear power sunshade but you're going to keep the button in a the switch panel in your car?

    I'd be a lot better for both sides if you decided to sell off your sunshade switch panel with your power sunshade kit and just get a replacement switch panel on eBay for the remaining options you still have in your car. Usually they end up being like $50 for the switch centers
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    Wish I could find a manual shade for my coupe, if BMW offered them. I have them for my E28 & E39.
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    My switch panel was super hard to find as I wanted it completely filled with heated seats, harmon kardon, tmps, dsc, sport button, and rear shade. I purchased this panel back 5 years ago and I have only seen 1-2 of those switch panels since I have owned the car for over 5 years. So best of luck to anyone that is looking for the switch panel. A simple switch can be added through positive and negative to make it work up and down.
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    That switch panel is just from an M3 that had the rear sunshade

    https://www.ecstuning.com/b-genuine-...t/61316925520/

    You can find them on eBay for $150 - $250 used or brand new on ECS.

    also if you went to BMW and your switch panel is dead they would just give you this switch panel with all the buttons and cover any options don't have a little black caps

    Non m3 with rear sunshade would get this panel from ECS

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    Does this require a new rear deck trim piece, as it does in E38 and E39 vehicles? If so, are any of those trim pieces included?
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    No rear deck is needed. Just remove your deck and there is a cutout line you have to cut out of your own deck.

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