OEM BMW E30 Steering Wheel options: Below are the steering wheel options offered on all BMW E30 models throughout its production run from 1982 – 1994. Only one steering wheel design was used for airbag equipped models. The remaining five offerings were all non airbag equipped models. The Mtech 1 steering wheel was offered in
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Problem: Scratched, worn steering wheel trim. Application: All BMW E46, E39 & E53 sport / M3 / M5 models. Solution: Remove and replace, vinyl wrap. Cost: $5 to $175 Where to buy: Dealership, FCPeuro.com, ECStuning.com
Problem: Dirty threads on steering wheel (or seats, armrest, boots etc.). Application: All model BMWs Solution: Use dish soap with water and a clean toothbrush. Cost: FREE / $1 Tri-color stitching, M stripe thread cleaning: Human hands naturally produce oil which will work its way onto the threads of your stitched steering wheel over time.
Problem: Faded, cracked or worn BMW Mtech1 M stripe badge. Application: Any Mtech 1 steering wheel. Solution: Replace worn emblem. Cost: ~ $28.99 OEM BMW Part Number: 32331155957 Where to buy: We sell them HERE BMW MTech steering wheel badge / emblem replacement: One of the most recognizable features of the Mtech 1 steering wheel
Problem: Faded, cracked or worn BMW M sport steering wheel emblem. Application: E30, E36, E34, E32, E81, E38, E39. Solution: Replace worn emblem. Cost: ~$20 OEM BMW Part Number: 32332226479 BMW M badge replacement, steering wheel: BMW Mtech 2 steering wheels have an M badge located on the middle spoke. Over time this badge can
Problem: Faded, cracked or worn BMW steering emblem. Application: All model BMWs w/ non airbag steering wheel. Solution: Replace worn emblem Cost: $15 – $22 OEM BMW Part Number: 32331117279 BMW steering wheel emblem / badge replacement: BMW steering wheel emblems on non airbag 80s and 90s steering wheels tend to show their age through
BMW Non Airbag Steering Wheel Removal ProcedureRemoving an OEM BMW non airbag steering wheel is a great beginner project for new BMW owners. If you have a busted odometer and need to replace the gears you must remove the steering wheel to get access. Replacing a 4 spoke wheel with a Mtech wheel will require removal.