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We need to be able to access the Battery of our 1999 528i wagon. How and where?

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I do not have one of those in my garage at this time but if memory serves me correctly, the battery is located in the truck

however, make sure you have a memory saver installed before disconnecting to ensure you do not have security issues with keys and radio

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COUPE The side marker lights for the SC and SC2 are part of the turn signal/parking light assembly. Refer to the procedure in this section for lamp removal and bulb replacement. Rear Turn Signal, Brake and Parking Lights EXCEPT WAGON
  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable. Fig. 5: Remove the trim panel fasteners - except wagon 84196109.jpg
    Fig. 6: Carefully remove the trim panel - except wagon 84196110.jpg
    Fig. 7: Pull the lamp assembly straight back and out of the opening 84196111.jpg

  2. Remove the trim panel fasteners, then carefully remove the trim panel.
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  4. Tilt the assembly downward for access to the sockets, then twist and remove the socket(s) from the lamp assembly. Replace the bulb(s), as necessary.
  5. Installation is the reverse of removal. Fig. 8: Tilt the assembly downward for access to the sockets 84196112.jpg
    Fig. 9: Twist and remove the socket and bulb from the lamp assembly 84196113.jpg
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  2. Remove the retaining screws from the side of the lamp assembly, then pull the lamp assembly straight back and out of the opening.
  3. Tilt the assembly for access to the sockets, then twist and remove the socket(s) from the lamp assembly. Replace the bulb(s), as necessary.
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  3. Locate the bulbs at the rear underside of the trunk lid. Remove the bulb(s) by twisting, then pulling straight out.
  4. Installation is the reverse of the removal. Fig. 11: Remove the high-mount brake light by twisting its socket 1?4 turn counterclockwise - except wagon 84196115.jpg
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  15. Connect the negative battery cable and check for proper lamp operation. Fig. 12: Removing the liftgate lower trim panel assembly - wagon 84196116.gif
    Fig. 13: Exploded view of the high-mount brake light bulb and lens assembly - wagon 84196117.gif

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  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable. Fig. 5: Remove the trim panel fasteners - except wagon 84196109.jpg
    Fig. 6: Carefully remove the trim panel - except wagon 84196110.jpg
    Fig. 7: Pull the lamp assembly straight back and out of the opening 84196111.jpg

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    Fig. 9: Twist and remove the socket and bulb from the lamp assembly 84196113.jpg
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    Fig. 13: Exploded view of the high-mount brake light bulb and lens assembly - wagon 84196117.gif
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