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Head light problem on bmw e46

Is there 2 fuses for head lights as 1 is not working bmw 328

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If ur side light still works then ur bulb most likely blown my e36 has a screw connector on the back off the headlight dnt know if e46s do but maybe that has come loose?

Posted on Feb 08, 2009


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Fuse number 46 is the one you need.
This picture should help you:

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