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Could b shock absorbers or loose jack in boot

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SOURCE: BMW 318 E36 rear suspention

i believe there was a recall on the bmw 318 e36 for there rear suspention being improperly installed or wrong dealer numbers for parts was put on vehicle
this is from a worn or wrong type shock that was placed on the vehicle and your vehicles tires are hitting the wheel well

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Check the relay for these lights. Might be melted or frayed wires. Also check any existing wires coming to/from the lights. These are usually run in series with something else and could be just a ground/hot wire popping the fuse.

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WHEN YOU WRITE IN ALL CAPS IT IS REALLY HARD TO READ. My best guess would be that the parking brake is stuck on. Other than that It could be that your transmission fluid is low, you should get it changed along with the transmission filter.

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SOURCE: my 99 bmw 318 has

Based on the results of your test, the most likely suspect is a rod bearing, Sorry.

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