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Old 12-27-2008, 07:47 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Question BMW e36 angel eyes for bmw e36 328is

Hey guys I just got Euro ellipsoid headlights with angel eyes not yet pre-installed. I ordered them off ebay and I have heard good things about them. But i have never actually installed them on a BMW before. Any tips or instructions would be good.

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eBay Motors: EURO ELLIPSOID HEADLIGHTS + CCFL ANGEL EYES KIT BMW E36 (item 380090311528 end time Dec-22-08 10:05:52 PST)
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Old 12-28-2008, 02:57 AM   #2 (permalink)
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hi there. u gonna have a hell of a time separating the protective glass(plastic cover) on the head light.I just install mine today.they look great but it's a lot of work.
The glue on the head light glass it's a bitch. i call the dude that sell those things to me and he tall me to glue the rings on the head lights.so ...................they work
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yea but if u look at the url the glass lense is removable so i don't think you have to glue anything. Also there are little holders for the angel eyes right in front of the actual high and low beams so I don't think you have to mount those to the headlights. But I dunno we'll see when i get them.

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yea but if u look at the url the glass lense is removable so i don't think you have to glue anything. Also there are little holders for the angel eyes right in front of the actual high and low beams so I don't think you have to mount those to the headlights. But I dunno we'll see when i get them.

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Not hard to do, at all......the most you will have to worry about is, if you decide to solder the wiring to the ballast which is the best way to go.....that was kind of tedious.....other than that, a pretty simple install....here are some links to help....just scroll down link to the e36 install....

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just installed the headlights a few days ago...alot easier than I expected only took me about two hours to install angel eyes in headlight and then put them on the car...Thank you everyone for the help
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