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#1 (permalink) Old 10-03-2009, 08:00 AM
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A bit of a silly quesion to ask but i just got a full set of xenon bulbs for my 95 318i e36...

now i have looked in the owners handbook and it states there H7 bulbs....

Now when i look and try fit the bulbs they look like there all H1 bulbs dipped main ect...

Now i was wondering does this mean i have different style headlights and not E36?

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If H1's are fitted I would suspect they are Xenon upgrade.

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where did you get the set from? i put in a new headliner last week and noticed how dingy the light from inside the car is. did you get an entire interior set?

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just had a BMW 325ci given to me by my bro . Do you guys know any good and affordable shop around milpitas ca. no clue about cars , your help is much appreciated. I will try to upgrade the car and your suggestion is much apprciated
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I got the set from Ebay.... The set says H7 H7 H1 but my car headlights dipped and main are all H1.... Thing is tho even in the handbook it states H7 so i am confused this is why i asked are my lights from an E36.... I have also seen the lights and there std not Upgraded ones
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Also for angel eye kits is it best getting 6500k or 7000k??? whats brighter?
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