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      11-25-2012, 11:22 AM   #4
M3to335
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Originally Posted by Bill B. View Post
Sadly, it seems that the headlights are replaced as an assembly. Others have had adaptive lights failures as a result of condensation, either by an improperly replaced cover, or by using aftermarket angel eye kits.

Here is another thread on the issue:

http://www.1addicts.com/forums/showt...ive+headlights
No aftermarket parts are on this car. If condensation made it's way in (very possible) then what specifically is the failure point and how do I confirm weather or not it's failed. Only the passanger side was opened and corner bulb replaced. You'd think the drivers side would still funtion. Unless it's wired in series?

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Originally Posted by MPBK View Post
Don't want to state the obvious, but I the conditions apply (and I learned the hard way):
a) the headlight switch has to be in Auto position
b) if you're parked, only the passenger side will move
c) when moving, both sides should move.
Yes, all those apply. Keep in mind, the warning light is on the dash, so yes, its not functioning properly.