Which BMW models use this brake light plastic holder?

Can you tell me what other models of BMW use this brake light plastic holder? Where can I get replacement plastic light holder? Used or new are OK.
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I think this come out from a 1998 700 series tail brake light. This fits and works for the 1999 740 tail brake light plastic holder. Thank you.
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Looks like here: http://catalog.eautopartscatalog.com/zygmunt/quote.jsp?partner=zygmunt&year 99&product=P9002-116170&application0499668&clientid=bimmerparts.com&cookieid=1V31DEJLI1VG0EZHGQ&baseurl=http://www.bimmerparts.com /
Or the dealer. It is used only on the 7 series. There are 2 different sizes - one part number says 4 per car, and the other says 6 per car.
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Bob wrote on Mon, 14 Aug 2006 07:11:15 -0400:

I've got 2 of that part number on my 1993 E36 320i. It's not for the 7 series only. It also may be the wrong one - that's the bulb holder for the taillights on the E36 - the brake lights on the 7 might be part P9002-233421.
On my E36 there are 3 different bulb holders. Part P9002-116169 is for the turn signal bulbs (2 per car), P9002-116170 is for the tailights (2 per car), and P9002-116171 is for the other bulbs (6 per car) in the brake/tail/signal/reverse set.
Dan
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Dan,
Can you tell me if your 320i bulb holder can be used on the 7 series?
Another question, what years for the 7 series brake bulb holders for this P9002-233421? This is in black color. What about other bulb holders of different colors?
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2006 wrote on Mon, 14 Aug 2006 17:04:09 GMT:

I don't have a 7 I can try it on. I was comparing part numbers in the bimmerworld catalogue.

You can change the year on bimmerworld and see the parts. That part was for 1999 model (Bob's link has year99 in it, and I just pulled up the other bulb hold part for the same year). My 320 has 3 different colours of holder, with different fittings - one for the taillight (white), one for the fog light (off white), and the rest all have the same holder (black).
Dan

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Dan, For your 320, does your different color bulb holder interchangable? Thank you.

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2006 wrote on Tue, 15 Aug 2006 17:50:28 GMT:

If you mean can the different colours fit in the spaces of the others and take the same bulbs, no.
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Dan, does all your black bulb plastic holders fits in brake lights, like our 700 series?

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2006 wrote on Wed, 16 Aug 2006 15:53:24 GMT:

All the black ones in my car are identical.
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Dan, so all your black ones are for brake lights, right? So can I assume BMW used black bulb holders for all models?

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My '94 3 Series cars have that lamp holder. There are several different holders, and you need the right one for the position it fits in. There are some stores on eBay that sell this sort of thing.

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Jeff, Do you have the link for these stores? Thanks.

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Sorry, no. I stumbled upon them once while looking for other stuff. Try searching for BRAKE LIGHT HOLDER and variations on the theme, and see if you can find them.

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