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      06-29-2010, 11:27 PM   #1
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LCI Tail lights Review

Hi, got a chance to change my tail ligth to the LCI. When I first install the lights. I got 2 errors.(The turn signal errors), Other than that there is no error. I didnt change the FRM module. All I used is the OEM BMW harness and resistor to get rid of the errors. The lights flicker during start up but other than that everything is fine. No more rapid blinker turn signal. Here are some video.Hope it helps. .

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      06-30-2010, 12:17 AM   #2
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when you unlock the car, and the tails light up, does it gradually fade after a period of time like the pre-lci tails?
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when you unlock the car, and the tails light up, does it gradually fade after a period of time like the pre-lci tails?
yes sir.
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Can you elaborate a bit more?

Which OEM harness are you referring to? The original on your car or a 2011 harness?

What resister did you use? Where did you insert it?

Thanks so much!
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would you need the resistor if it was reprogrammed?
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would you need the resistor if it was reprogrammed?
No
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Can you elaborate a bit more?

Which OEM harness are you referring to? The original on your car or a 2011 harness?

What resister did you use? Where did you insert it?

Thanks so much!
I use the 2011 harness. I will try write a diy for it
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i thought you had to have a autologic dealer flash the car for you to get rid of the error codes?? i remember reading eas saying something like that in there sales thread etc
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OEM retrofit harness is PN 61122181307, FYI.
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i thought you had to have a autologic dealer flash the car for you to get rid of the error codes?? i remember reading eas saying something like that in there sales thread etc
Coding is required in order to remove the flickering/errors.

We do not like resistors or load/equalizers and they will heat up, creating a possible fire hazard if there is insulation nearby. Load Equalizers have been the source of a number of problems on the previous e46 models and Light Switch modules (LCM).
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OEM retrofit harness is PN 61122181307, FYI.
Is this Euro part# or US?
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Is this Euro part# or US?
Technically it's European, but it will be the same PN when US dealers eventually stock this part stateside. You can import it from any UK vendor in the meantime, though.
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Technically it's European, but it will be the same PN when US dealers eventually stock this part stateside. You can import it from any UK vendor in the meantime, though.
Thanks for the info. Didn't know this was available. I went with Alekshop's harness. They use OEM adaptors & wires in their assembly. That was my best alternative to an OEM harness.
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