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      05-23-2022, 02:35 AM   #1
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Part Identification Please

Can anyone tell me a part number for the bulb holder (white part) for my side repeaters?
I have a feeling I can't get one without buying a whole side repeater, which I'd rather not have to do.
It's an LCI E90 if that helps, and yes I've tried realoem with no luck. Thanks.
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      05-23-2022, 06:32 AM   #2
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Think if you buy a genuine BMW side repeater the white part is part of it.

Looks like about 40 from BMW, but copy parts as cheap as 8 on Autodoc but do the cheap ones come with the bulb holder???
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OP you're right, the white part is not available separately.
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The repeaters are sided and the part numbers are:

Right: 63137253325
Left: 63137253326
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Ok. That's what I feared. One of the pins in my driver's side one has corroded. I'll keep an eye on fleabay for one at a reasonable price.
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Have you tried sanding the pin or leaving it in some white vinegar for half hour?
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I haven't. There's four "pins", in two pairs, designed to grip each side of the wedge 501 bulb. One of the pins on one side has corroded and snapped off. The other I've bent across so it still makes contact. It works for now but I'd like to source a replacement.
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