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Old 10-06-2013, 11:39 AM
CecilP84 CecilP84 is offline
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I have a 07 335xi and im having problems with the driver side headlight

A few weeks ago I noticed it flickering and then it stopped... Then it would just go out while on and the headlight warning would come on. If you turned the lights off then back on you could see it try to light up then go back out. Now it wont do anything at all.

I swapped ballast from side to side with no change. What else could it be?

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