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i tried! auto zone has no information as far as headlights or lights. the other one DY also does not have BMW in the car list. So i don't know what to do. Then i tried to schedule a mechanic that auto zone would have in my area and there were two. one that i already took the car and they did not know how to fix it. and the other one the number was disconnected.