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      02-17-2013, 11:55 AM   #1
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Post Problem with my halo bulbs. Need help!!!

I bought BMS halo bulbs about two months ago. I just recently had one go out on the driver side. I sent BMS an email about it and they were quick to respond and send another light out. I recieved the light and installed it but it still doesn't work. I put a multimeter on the connection and I am not getting any voltage on that side. The rest of the headlight works perfect. I need to know if there is a fuse that I can replace? OR does anyone have a suggestion on what to do? Thanks for any help you can provide!!!
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No one has an answer?!?!? I have a feeling the wiring inside the headlight is messed up and I'm going to have to replace the whole thing.
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Had this exact situation happen to me. You'll need to get the FRM (footwell module) reset either by an independent shop or BMW. Cost me about $60 through the dealer.

Basically what happened is when your bulb shorted, the FRM cut power to the halo ring to prevent a fire. Now it needs to reset to know everything is in working order again.
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