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  1. 1999 E39 dashboard warning tail lights 
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    MeGuinness's Car Details
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    E39 525
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    hello,the warning light on the dashboard for the rear drive side tail light goes on and off at about 10 minutes intervals. all the bulbs have been checked and are working.
    any idea what can cause this?
    thanks.
     
     

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    check contacts for bulb,check earth for that unit.
    stephen:330cia/540iT/330i cab
     
     

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    Contacts are ok, I'm trying to disconect the main connector from the tail unit but no luck., just squize the sides and pull right?
     
     

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    Could be a broken wire in the loom where it comes into the boot.
     
     

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