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      12-07-2012, 08:47 AM   #28
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Drives: 2011 E92 M3
Join Date: Dec 2012
Location: Baltimore, MD

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Originally Posted by MKE_M3 View Post
At first I didn't remember "hitting" anything, and was pissed when the mechanic didn't take blame for what I thought was their error. Then I remember scraping backing out of my driveway a little too straight (steep curb) and it turned out to do about $2k worth of damage to my car, messing up some stuff in the front end and knocking my intercooler loose. This was in my 335i.
The differential bolt failure is a known issue on the E9X M3. Very different situation.

There is no damage to the underside of the car besides what is pictured. During any other inspection it wouldn't even register as normal wear and tear. Car is super clean. Exhaust is lower; looks new, if I scraped or hit something, exhaust would be damaged.