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help id the origin of this fog light switch. lots of chrome

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I just picked one of these up and I'm wondering what year or model of bmw it came on. looks like the hazard switch but a lot.more chrome..

anyone seen one of these before?

also does anyone know how to hook this up? harness?

Thanks in advance,

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Probably your cell phone didn't post a picture.

you are correct I'm having some technical dificulties will post a picture shortly. pardon the empty post right now

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Guest Anonymous

Very cool part, dont give it away you prob wont see another one soon, my guess is early 5 series or maybe a e9 coupe Dave

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Very cool part, dont give it away you prob wont see another one soon, my guess is early 5 series or maybe a e9 coupe Dave

It's not from an E9 or E3. Never seen a chrome one in a BMW.

BMW used black bodies with solid green, yellow and purple buttons for accessories. With red hazard buttons saying HAZARD or three concentric triangles. All buttons unscrew to replace the small bulb behind them.

Could be from another German make.

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the triangle icon on the front looks like the dark side of the moon logo. I should figure out a way to rig "the great gig in the sky" to play each time the fogs are turned on...

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Have you tried a part number search on RealOEM.com?

That will show all cars that used that part - if its a BMW part that is.

Beaner7102

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Have you tried a part number search on RealOEM.com?

That will show all cars that used that part - if its a BMW part that is.

Beaner7102

Unfortunately, there is no part number available.

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