Question about 2003 BMW 325
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I am assuming that you have a burned out head light bulb.
1) Open hood.
2) Working in back of headlight assembly, grasp rear of bulb socket (harness connector) and turn counterclockwise 90 degrees. Pull bulb out of headlight assembly.
3) Disconnect harness connector from bulb (gently pry, it's plastic)
4) Installation is reverse of removal. (Do not touch halogen bulb with bare skin-oils from hand will cause bulb to burn out.) Align tabs on bulb base to cutouts on rear of lens assembly. (Note bottom tab is wider than other two) Secure bulb by rotating clockwise 90 degrees.
Low beam bulb H9006
High beam bulb H9005
Posted on Jan 23, 2009
Unfortunately, you have to have the service reset tool. Dealers and BMW mechanics have this tool, but i don't know whether they reset for free. i guess it depends on who you take it to.
Posted on Sep 15, 2009
Ignition key must be “off”
• Press and hold the trip odometer reset button in the instrument cluster (left button), and turn the ignition key to the first position.
• Keep the button pressed for approximately 5 seconds until one of the following words appear in the display: “ OIL SERVICE, or “INSPECTION”, with “RESET”.
The service due is shown with “reset” if the coded minimum consumption limit has been reached and resetting is possible. If “reset” is not shown, the minimum limit has not been reached and resetting is not possible.
• Press and hold the reset button again until the word “RESET” begins to flash.
• While the display is flashing, press the left button briefly to reset the service interval. After the display has shown the new interval the following will appear:
Posted on Nov 19, 2009
It is on the drivers side on the chassis.
yes you can change it yourself. Make sure you de-pressurize the system before removing (undo the gas cap).
Also...order the filter from bavarian auto or one of the online stores. The one you need is with the pressure regulator.
If you go to autozone, etc. they will sell you the worng filter.
Posted on Jun 11, 2010
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