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  1. 2004 E46 318ci Bulb Problems 
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    I have wanted to change my indicater bulbs for a while as i'm sick of the fried egg look.
    I have already looked at a few threads and they looked simple enough as in replace with silver tec bulbs BUT i seem to have a different bulb fitment - there push fit and not the usual pin type.

    I have been to BMW and they don't know why i have the bulbs (pictured below) i beleive there a 585 push fit?

    Does anyone know why i have these and why BMW dont have then in stock

    Thanks guys
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    Cause thats what they are for your model see No9 in the link http://www.realoem.com/bmw/showparts...07&hg=63&fg=05
     
     

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    Thanks for the link.
    I'm just wondering why the guys at BMW said that they have never seem that type of bulb before, they seemed to think that someone had tried to convert it some how.

    I have searched the internet for a replacement clear indecator bulbs have found nothing, could someone post up any links they know of, thanks.
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