2004 320d saloon Driver side headlight dims on braking

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  1. 2004 320d saloon Driver side headlight dims on braking 
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    Billywhizz4's Car Details
    Model of Car:
    320d SE
    Year of Manufacture:
    2004
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    Hi all

    My driver side head light dims when braking, it doesn't happpen everytime but its very annoying, some times it actually goes out all together, only for a second or two.

    Any and all suggestions appreciated, Thanks
     
     

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    petrolmarty's Car Details
    Model of Car:
    530d M Sport
    Year of Manufacture:
    2006 December
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    automatic
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    saloon
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    Sounds like it may be an earthing problem.
     
     

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    2002
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    My first suggestion would be to check the rear light cluster connections. I know that a fault here causes HID headlights to fail. Crazy as it sounds, the connector to the rear light clusters tends to fail. Check for over heating connections.
     
     

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