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      08-02-2011, 01:36 PM   #1
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Can't find this anywhere...all my lights/blinkers etc work fine.

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FRM 380 Turn Signal Lights Defective- Left

http://chattim.wordpress.com/2011/05...res-dashboard/
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      08-07-2011, 08:12 PM   #3
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FRM 380 Turn Signal Lights Defective- Left

http://chattim.wordpress.com/2011/05...res-dashboard/
All my turn signals work... Any other ideas? I deleted all codes too.
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anyone else have any other input in this? I have the same problem but without any bulbs being out..
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this is the dumbest code ever! still not going away for me
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Check your license plate illumination lights and all your interior lights, including footwell. Could perhaps also be one of your courtesy lights.

That warning came on when one of my license plate bulbs went out. Great excuse to upgrade to LEDs
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Check your AE?
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Just wondering if anyone ever found a fix for this issue. It has been happening to me and I can't seem to fix it. All turn signal lights work as do every other light, including interior. Any help would be much appreciated. Thanks.
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      12-07-2011, 03:22 AM   #9
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Interior lights are not monitored by bulb checks - so don't waste your time looking at them for a burned out bulb when you get an error...
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Yeah i didn't think so, but it didnt hurt to check. The error light is still on and it's driving me nuts. If anyone has found a fix for this, please post. Thanks.
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These bulb checks can be quite sensitive. Try cleaning the connections on the bulbs with rubbing alcohol or WD 40.
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Thanks for the tip. Due to the code being for left turn signal light failure, should i clean all 3 turn signal bulbs?
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Thanks for the tip. Due to the code being for left turn signal light failure, should i clean all 3 turn signal bulbs?
Mine as well if you can. May need to use a Q tip. Let us know how it goes I'm curious if it works. I've heard it does in some instances.
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I just got a 'passenger parking light malfunction' warning, my LUX 4 went out on my passenger side(last time was the driver side, then the passenger side not too long ago). I want to check the fuse first and see.

How do I know which fuse is the passenger parking light? The fuse box is located in the glove box behind the removable panel, right? I think I remember seeing it when running the USB cable through.......Just want to make sure.

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I just got a 'passenger parking light malfunction' warning, my LUX 4 went out on my passenger side(last time was the driver side, then the passenger side not too long ago). I want to check the fuse first and see.

How do I know which fuse is the passenger parking light? The fuse box is located in the glove box behind the removable panel, right? I think I remember seeing it when running the USB cable through.......Just want to make sure.

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Yes behind glove box. Many fuses for lights, check them all.
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Is fuse #77 for the passenger parking light? You know for my AE on the passenger side....All other lights are working.

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I too have the cc-id 380 code and bulb warning with all exterior lights functioning properly
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Is fuse #77 for the passenger parking light? You know for my AE on the passenger side....All other lights are working.

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The fuses in our cars vary depending on your options/trim/year you just need to pull the ones labeled with pictures of light bulbs there is only a few.
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Agreed, got this with a right brake lamp malfunction on Sunday, then went away. Brake lamps were fine. *Shrugs shoulders*
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The Answer!

I have the answer!
The code is actually for the little bulb in the inner angel eyes on the headlights. It's the light that comes on when you put the car in reverse or put a turn signal on (not the actual amber turn signals. And this is only for cars with xenon adaptive headlights. I'll post a pic if you guys want.
Here is the part number for the bulb:
63 21 7 160 779
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I have the answer!
The code is actually for the little bulb in the inner angel eyes on the headlights. It's the light that comes on when you put the car in reverse or put a turn signal on (not the actual amber turn signals. And this is only for cars with xenon adaptive headlights. I'll post a pic if you guys want.
Here is the part number for the bulb:
63 21 7 160 779
It's a H3 bulb. Its known as a cornering light.

I replaced mine with these:

http://www.highperformancebulbs.com/lutiwhh3twpa.html

Looks much better then the dull brown.
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Got the code issue too! Grrr

Hey guys, I have been to BMW twice in 3 months and they are telling me that I need to let them swap the whole light assembly for this. I thought it was my rear bulb that was causing it and I swapped the whole rear assembly myself (youtube) but it still on. Anyone got a photo of the exact place? Thanks
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