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Old 05-09-2015, 04:41 PM   #1
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'99 Alpine headlight assembly

Due to a recent accident I need to replace the complete headlight assy. for the drivers side headlight on my '99 36 MDS.I know they are made by BMW does anyone have the correct part numbers for the assy. or know where I can find this information or pick up the whole assy.

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Not sure the 99 headlights were made by BMW--if they were, they are not the 5-series E-39 model that many Alpine owners are installing as after market. Hopefully a 99 owner will chime in with the scoop....
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Don't have a number but they are not the BMW style lights. So... one direction you won't have to look.
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Does the 2000 model year ('99 chassis though) use the E39 lights?

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If the headlight is a sealed assembly, its a BMW E-39 model. If the headlight has a detachable outside clear lens--its not an E-39.....
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If the headlight is a sealed assembly, its a BMW E-39 model. If the headlight has a detachable outside clear lens--its not an E-39.....
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Old 05-16-2015, 02:04 PM   #7
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I replaced my headlights with aftermarket assemblies.
My stock assemblies were not bad and I still have them if you are interested.
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I replaced my headlights with aftermarket assemblies.
My stock assemblies were not bad and I still have them if you are interested.
Hi,I'm definitely interested in purchasing your headlight assy.I only need the drivers side if you are selling them separate, or if not I'll purchase both sides.My e-mail is:
ramblinpete@yahoo.com.or phone (408) 710-3936 (cell).
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JWJ - Please share the manufacturer and part number for the aftermarket headlight assembly you used to replace the stock one. Also, is your coach a 1999? Thanks.
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JWJ I second that, if you would post the part numbers and where you found the aftermarket assemblies. I have one with a broken internal mechanism.
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