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      03-02-2010, 09:42 AM   #1
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Exclamation Rapid Indicators and Multiple Light Failures, Oil warning

All was been well with no faults but alas my time has come.

Yesterday morning I hit the button and bong bong bong bong....

I have 7 exterior lights failures CC-ID 114,116,118,119,122,125,129, and a rear fog light failure CC-ID 133.
I've checked all the lights and they all work - surprise surprise!

But in addition to this both right and left indicators are at double speed both ticking inside and flashing outside and the low oil warning came on (I checked this and apparently its ok...)

Its only a 07 320 Touring but any advise would be appreciated.

I also posted this on the 'calling all 320 owners forum' so sorry if you've read this twice.

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      03-02-2010, 04:18 PM   #2
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warranty? If not I would be having the battery disconnected for ten mins and then back on again.....
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I don't think its under warranty as I bought it second hand from a non BMW private dealer I know.

Not sure if I should disconnect the battery as am concerned may cause further issues on a reset.

Had one thought by scouring the forum - could possibly be related to a faulty footwell module as there is no second stage brake lights up if a hit the brakes hard. Having said that do all E91 Tourings have 2 stage brake lights??

If that was the case does anyone know if I'd be covered without a warranty as it seems to be a known fault?
Thanks in advance.
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      03-04-2010, 06:50 AM   #4
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Done some more forum searching and it seems I have a faulty footwell module!!

Wonder how much I'm going to get screwed for this at the stealership!!
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you can get a reasonably priced footwell module on ebay
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If your car is 07, you may have a bit of manufacturers 3 year warranty left?
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Thanks MOB yes it should be covered by the warranty, I was confused on that issue as I'm not the original owner and I bought it from a non network dealer, but 3 years is 3 years when its always been serviced by BMW! Cheers
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