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Need a little help with 92 318 conertible

I recently purchased a 92 318 and i need to replace the low beam head light but i dont know how to tell if its sealed or not also what are some of the things i should check out and keep a eye out for.
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i myself own a 92 318i convertable the only problems i have had with mine is a couple vacume leaks and the fuel and Temp gauges like to bounce up and down sometimes but thats pretty much it.
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i myself own a 92 318i convertable the only problems i have had with mine is a couple vacume leaks and the fuel and Temp gauges like to bounce up and down sometimes but thats pretty much it.


cool thanks for that i will keep an eye out for that thanks for your input
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the head light might be a sealed beam. keep that in mind.

How is the car running? Check the rear shock mounts. Watch out for the window motors.

otherwise..great cars.

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yeah, I certainly equate the perfomance of the engine to the sealed beam issue, that makes much sense. Those damn sealed beams can take alot away from engine performance.
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