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Re: No, my '96 has same holes,no idea what they're (archive)

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Posted by Big-T on July 02, 2001 at 06:25:47:

In Reply to: No, my '96 has same holes,no idea what they're for posted by alanK on July 02, 2001 at 06:04:06:


I believe it's for non-US versions with fog lights. The "brake light" message is common on the 7, and can come even if the bulb is ok. Check that you have a good connection and clean if necessary. Also, try different brand bulb. I solved the same problem by getting new BMW tail light assemblies with white blinkers. They are not expensive from Circle BMW (www.circlebmw.com).

Big-T


But It was my center light (in the rear windshield that was out. And it really is out. See posts below on how to replace. I haven't got to the dealer yet to get the bulb, but it's only $2.00.

Can anyone tell me why there is one bulb assembly missing from each of my bake lights. The outboard bulb is installed and there is a hole where an inboard bulb assembly can be installed. Could this be the reason for my intermittent "Check Brake Lights" warning?






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