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      02-25-2009, 09:59 PM   #1
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Second time around - LED door handles

Well I will spare you all the level of disappoint I have had up to this point with my experience with BMW. Needless to say, I just took delivery on my 09 E92 335i which was replacement through the lemon law of my 08. Getting to my question, has anyone had a problem with their LED's in the door handles not working. The welcome box is checked and no one at the dealership could fix it. I just have had horrible luck up until this point and the last thing I want is to have a bunch of techs ripping apart my two day old car. Does anyone have suggestions, I also checked all the fuses relating to lighting and all is well. There are no codes either (as if the bulbs were out, similar to a taillight). Thanks in advance for any insight!!! Best, Tony
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Make sure your headlight switch is in "auto" position.
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      02-26-2009, 09:52 AM   #3
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Make sure your headlight switch is in "auto" position.
Definitely is. I had the other car for almost 16 months so I am familiar with the car but I was just curious if anyone had any issues with malfunction and what had to be done to bring resolve. Thanks.
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Sorry that wasn't it, I was hoping it would be that easy. Good luck, I hope it's something simple.
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Have you tried replacing the LED's yourself? All the doors or just one or two?
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if all your LEDs arent working...theres obv an issue..
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