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Old 09-01-2013, 08:35 AM   #1
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Tyco/AMP Part# for LCM bushing contact?

I am finishing up a bi-xenon conversion in my 2004 facelift coupe which originally had halogens. The lights work great.

I am in the middle of building the harness for the auto leveling and also the bi-xenon support.

I was able to source most of the connectors and other pieces from Mouser.com since it's the same exact stuff BMW sells.

Does anyone have or know the part number for the connector/bushings used in the LCM connector? I am trying to avoid paying BMW $2/per when I they should be available for 10c a piece.

The BMW part number in question is 61.13.0.008.998

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Derek
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Old 09-01-2013, 10:37 AM   #2
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After searching far and wide, I believe this is it:

http://www.mouser.com/ProductDetail/...YGMRERYA3dY%3d

Mouser PN : 571-1-104479-1


These are .21c each compared to the BMW part which is $2.00 or more per. The BMW part has a small length of wire already crimped on, but it's actually more of a con than a pro.
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