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    Hi Folks,

    Just joined the forum for tips and tricks, my baby is a 1996 318is Coupe - 82,000 miles and going strong.

    As you can see I have the foggy headlight problem that I have tried to find a solution for..


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    Quote Originally Posted by NikGrey View Post
    Hi Folks,

    Just joined the forum for tips and tricks, my baby is a 1996 318is Coupe - 82,000 miles and going strong.

    As you can see I have the foggy headlight problem that I have tried to find a solution for..


    Welcome to the forum Nik

    nice to have you onboard.

    Im sure one of the guys will be along soon with a fix for the foggy headlights as well... )

    I would say you need to replace the fog light cover seals though...
     
     

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    Welcome to the forum Nikgrey, good to have you on board
     
     

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    welcome nikgrey, always good to have new members to share our probs with, we are like a team!!!
    out with the M3 evo............ on with next project.......325i coupe
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by danzo 320i View Post
    welcome nikgrey, always good to have new members to share our probs with, we are like a team!!!
    Right on the money mate
     
     

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    I have been helping my father with his vehicle over the last week, he found in the Manual (Haynes) that he had to isolate the battery in order to bleed his brakes... something to do with the ABS.

    I got him a membership on the highest ranked Nissan forum recently and suggested he had a hard look through it in order to find help with this problem....

    He doesnt have a beemer.. it's a Primera GT (They say they are rare?).. no idea about that.

    My father is 67 so dont give him a hard time about his chosen method of transport.

    Anyway, My point is that from the common response from members of this (The Nissan Forum) other forum is... guess what!!.. 'Consult the Manual' ?

    What's the point of a community in the shape of a forum if they just say that..?

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    Welcome NikGrey. I had a Primera before my BMW,your father has my deepest sympathy. If it could go wrong....it did on mine. I hope he has more luck.

    Alan.


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    "CONSULT THE MANUAL" What kind of post is that??? I would expect to be removed from the forum if I was to advise that kind of post.

    If I don't know the answer then I don't post. If I do it's to let the member know that I have viewd their post, am unable to assist due to lack of knowledge with the particular issue but advise them that I will PM the link to a forum member who is more knowledgeable in that particular area so that their issue is will be dealt with as soon as that person next logs on.

    I hate to see a thread go unanswered. I like to think that we are very quick in replying to threads. There's nothing more annoying than having a problem and having to wait 3 or 4 days to get advice.
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