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    I managed to catch a hanging wire on the front end which has ripped the plugs from the fog lights and snapped the wires. Is this part of a front end loom that i can buy as id rather replace the whole lot than try to splice it [and im missing the plugs now anyway].
     
     

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    Funny person

    This is part of the loom that comes out of the fuse box. IS it ruined or can it be soldered and heat shrinked but you just can't be bothered

    As for the title, You used a little "e" instead of a "E"

     
     

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    lol P*** off

    Its just that i would rather replace the lot really as i dont know for sure if there is any further damage into the loom [if that makes sense]. Where could i get one from me old fruit!
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sparky68 View Post
    lol P*** off

    Its just that i would rather replace the lot really as i dont know for sure if there is any further damage into the loom [if that makes sense]. Where could i get one from me old fruit!
    Quarry Motors may be able to give you adequate length Failing that you could try BMW for a repair loom.

    I would opt for the first suggestion though because either way it's going to be a repair procedure as opposed to unplugging part of the loom and replacing.

    Unless of course BMW have changed the way they make their looms but I seriously doubt it
     
     

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    Biggest problem is it is now missing the plugs for the fog lights, i assume the BMW repair loom would come with those attached?
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sparky68 View Post
    Biggest problem is it is now missing the plugs for the fog lights, i assume the BMW repair loom would come with those attached?

    I would imagine BMW something along these lines due to the amount of front end accidents that there are on Today's roads. Having said that though that would probably be far too easy

     
     

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    You make a valid point!

    Will give Quarry a ring tomorrow as i need a few bits for the old girl.

    Muchos Gracious
     
     

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