Originally Posted by 135Pats
Sadly it seems like many people who have adaptive issues end up having to replace the whole shebang...which is just grotesquely expensive. Experiences like this make me very wary of ever touching my headlights, the potential cost (several k) is just not worth it. Like was said above, realoem is a good place to start. Are you still under warranty? If so yank the bms h8s and try to have the dealership take action. Sorry to hear about this....
I don't see how the warranty has anything to do with this mess. The problems are self-inflicted, and no amount of warranty is going to help. Nor should it, IMO.
BMW can likely fix it, but not as a warranty item. Cost is owner's.
2012 328iTouring xDrive Black Sapphire
Previous BMWs - 2012 135i MSport 6MT Jet Black(sold), 2012 135i MSport LMB DCT(sold), 2011 X3 35i MSport VR (sold), 2009 M3 Sedan AW (sold), 2008 535xi MSport AW (sold), 2007 328xiT Barbera (sold), plus 11 others in the 70s & 80s.