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BMW headlights

BMW continues to manufacture vehicles they know allow water to enter the front headlight housing. I have found documentation of this fact dating back at least 10 years. Once water enters the housing, turn signals, adaptive headlights and daytime parking lights have  malfunctioned.  if this occurs after the warranty expires, you are looking at anywhere from $6000 to $10,000 repair bill. Again, this is an issue BMW is well aware of. By the failure to correct this issue over the years, apparently civil responsibility has been ignored by BMW. I have not been able to locate another vehicle manufacturer's vehicle that also designs this defect into their models. Your state's Consumer Protection Division of the AG Office should be notified. They are duty bound to investigate. Do not allow the AG's Office to fail to do so by directing you to a private lawyer if you have also experience this designed malfunction in your BMW. 
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