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  1. 2003 E46 318ci l e d lights 
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    i just replaced my tail lights on my bmw e46 2003 coupe for led ones but a dash warning light has come on is there anything i can do about this?
     
     

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    Yep you need to get a resistor from maplins cause led's have less resistance than normal bulbs so the ECU thinks there's a faulty bulb there
     
     

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    have you got a link to buy one and where do i fit it?
     
     

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    Pop down to your local Maplins and you'll need to fit it to the live or earth on cabling-Use a multimeter to check the resistance then you'll know which resistor to get
     
     

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