M3Guy77: Totally knew it was the kink in mine too. Wish I had of seen this back when I had my M3. Nice find man.
OKCMoDDeR99: I knew it was that damn kink in the belt!! My old 328 dropped the belt every time. Nice to know for when my M3 starts to wear.
Enzo Lazo: Your the man
jwatwater: They should re-engineer it more like how it's done in the Mercedes coupes. The "presenter" is more less holding the seat belt, and not pushing it to you.
scorpion37F: This totally works!!!! Just don't let anyone see you doing it, because it looks really weird ironing your car.
eugenelgrong: What i do is i bend the belt into a U where the arm normally grabs it by in a direction opposite of how the belt normally bends over the arm. This creates enough stiffness to secure the belt on the arm without making the belt too stiff n uncomfortable.
Cert: Building stuff is always in my family gene. My dad is a new york auto technician and taught me everything I need to know about cars. Now I sell car parts online to suppliment my income. So it does help when there's good guidance.
BMW seat belt giver extender arm drop fix E92 E93 E90 328i 335i M3 coupe 3 series5
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