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  1. 1996 e36 318is retro fit obc. bulb? 
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    ok i went and fitted a 7 button obc, and one of the bulbs have gone. i no this cause i switched it with the other, and went to bmw dealer and they never seen one??? because it dont have a bmw number on it they cant help. unbelieveababble....what it says on the back of the plastic that holds the bulb is, osram 12/1.2 heres a pic, hope someone can help?? also i cant work out why i set the time, turn engine off and on and have to reset it again?

     
     

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    I was cleaning my car today and found quite a few of them under the carpets etc lol, all blown ofcourse The dealers are having you on, they should be able to find you any parts without you giving them a aprt number, you could always aks for a bulb for a manual clock as I think they're the same?

    And as for your clock loosing the time, it sometimes happens to me intermittently. I've put it down to me using the power wire from the headunit. I'll be swapping this over with the clock wires
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by shamM3 View Post
    I was cleaning my car today and found quite a few of them under the carpets etc lol, all blown ofcourse The dealers are having you on, they should be able to find you any parts without you giving them a aprt number, you could always aks for a bulb for a manual clock as I think they're the same?

    And as for your clock loosing the time, it sometimes happens to me intermittently. I've put it down to me using the power wire from the headunit. I'll be swapping this over with the clock wires
    let me no how thats done? when unpluged the clock the wires just sitting doing nothing..
     
     

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