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  1. 2002 E46 320ci - right dipped beam not working * fixed 
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    Hi,
    Hi guys I'm new here and really hoping to get some advice

    After some moderate rain, my right dipped beam stop working and the dash board alert for the corespondng light is lit

    So far I've done the following
    Tried a brand new bulb from Halfords - not working
    Tried swaping the working bulb with none working - NOt working

    All other lights are working fine. Indicators, do come on fast first then normal though.

    Through reading , would I be correct in assuming a failed dipped headlight (right only) can be caused by

    Faulty LSZ
    Faulty LCM
    Corroded wiring (checked mines look clean)
    Faulty wiring?

    If I left anything out please let me know... Or some other checks I could try

    Thanks
    Last edited by phase10; 10-09-2010 at 21:01.
     
     

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    I've moved this to the Auto Electrical section for you
     
     

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    Dodgy connector.. a little jiggling was all it needed
     
     

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