Question about 2001 BMW Z3
Of course the dealer replaced the bulbs. That's how they charged me so much for the 'repair' and it did work for 6 months. The thing was those were the bulbs that came from the factory when the car was new. So the dealer probably moved or replaced the loose or shorting wire while they were looking for the problem. Just don't know where to look for the bad wire.
Sound like you have a dishonest dealer. i dont like to say that but somtimes its true. have you pulled the tail lights and had a look at the wiring and sockets. that would be the first place to look. if you dont find anything let me know ill digg up the wiring diagram for ya.
Posted on Aug 24, 2008
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