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Old 06-12-2004, 06:38 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey hey, i am so new on here and i dont know if anyone has found this one out!!

I have a 318 compact and if you flash the headlights, then the full beam,

full, head, full, head.

It makes a very funny police light sequence, and is 100% effective. Damn cool for pullin ya mates over!!

might get in trouble if you get caught mind!!! heheheh!

if u wanna try,

put the sidelights on, then, switch the headlights on, then flash the full beam as u turn off the headlightss!!!

(i am a very immature person, and you might tell me off for doing this. )
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haha sounds pretty cool, ive never actually seen what it looks like from the outside, ill have to check it out
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doesnt it do the same thing if you just hit the highs right away? like not click em, just flicker, dont the head's turn off anyways?
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Nope, the normal low beams stay on when you turn the highs on, well atleast of me. But it does turn my fog lights off. It's possible that it's different for the e30s

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or you can turn on your foglights... when you flash highs, fogs go out and then come back on... works that way too.
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omg, no you guys,

hehehehe!

u can have them flash independantly, just turn off the headlights when flickering the fullbeam, and vice versa!! honestly, its a good one, i will try to post some info pics.
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