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    Turn signal part #

    I have a part number for a turn signal that I need to find out is correct or not. The number is 1 357 386.2 I need one for my 72' which has the signal switch on the righthand side of the steering column. Does anyone know of a resource for BMW part numbers?


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    Re: Turn signal part #

    Try this link:
    http://www.realoem.com/bmw/

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    Re: Turn signal part #

    don't have a match on the part number, but at bavauto they cary the switch for the hefty price of 139.95

    61 31 1 355 285 that is the part number they use which matches the site bill gave.

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    Re: Turn signal part #

    Thanks for the help.
    If anyone needs a signal switch (left hand mount)

    http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...RK%3AMEBI%3AIT

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    Re: Turn signal part #

    Actually, the switch works fine on either side of the steering column, no modification required. However, if you have the dimmer switch on the left side of the column and move it to the right side, you may want to switch some leads so that up is bright and down is dim. I just made this conversion this weekend on my '71 Bav.

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