Driver and passenger side outer(cowl) cover for windshield washer motor assembly. Genuine BMW and brand new in original packaging. Will fit 1997-2000 528i, 1997-2003 540i, 2000-2003 M5, 2001-2003 525i and 530i.
Bmw E39 Right And Left Outer Covering For Windshield Wiper Motor Assembly on 2040-parts.com
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