Question about 2006 BMW Mini
Check the connectors inside the bulb holder they can sometimes get bent really slightly , and create bad contact
Posted on Feb 05, 2010
You may have a fuse problem, just try replacing the fuse and try to put on the necessary amperes needed.
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Identify the blown bulb. Note that if a headlight bulb has blown, the dip beam is on the outside and the high beam is on the inside. Turn off the ignition switch and light switches.
Open the hood and replace any blown headlight bulbs. Press the plastic spring clips and remove the bulb holder from the assembly. Pull the bulb out of the bulb holder and replace it with a new bulb. It only fits one way. Be sure not to touch the bulb's glass. Replace any parking lights at the same time, they are in the headlamp unit too.
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