Question about BMW 323
First thing is to check the fuses. Next you will want to check the sockets with a multi-meter. From there you would need to check wiring/connections. You may also want to consider rewiring them so they work. To do this just wire the bulbs to the closest line that is hot when headlights are on. Hope this helps if you need further assistance let me know. If you don't feel confident performing the repair I suggest you have a professional handle the task.
Posted on Nov 12, 2009
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