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Head light not working is there a fuse

(2004 BMW 325Ci)
in San Jose, CA on March 02, 2011
I looked in for the fuse in the glove compartment and didn't have one, is there another fuse box? and or a switch module?
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of Overbys Inc on March 03, 2011
assume you've already tried a bulb. if you have the HID
headlights, it COULD be the HID ballast. most all BMW's
have a lamp control module as part of the headlight switch. you will need BMW-specific software to scan this system and if it is the switch/module, it will need to be
programmed to match the vehicle. not an easy car to work on.
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