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Old 01-13-2004, 04:26 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I got the wackest install instructions. I got the GEN V kit for my girls 2003 325i (e46).

heres the kit - http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eBayISAP...item=2453598037

I need help with the installation, please help.

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I have been watching the sales by car-parts4u for a couple weeks, and I may buy the same kit you bought. What is the problem with the install instructions? Would you recommend buying from this guy?
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i actually bought this from someone else but its the same kit. The kit looks good tho, except for the instruction on it.
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heres your problem

UNIVERSAL << never buy anything that says universal unless you are very framiliar with it. your gonna have to do some bending or cutting of brakets, drilling of screws.. ect..

paste the instructions lemme see what you got maybe we could shed some light on this.
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well here is the problem im having. Im trying to take the headlight housing off but im having a bit of trouble. I took off the 2 8mm screws, the top weather stripping, the bottom painted eye lid thing, and unclamped those plastic tabs. I unplugged all of the light bulbs in the back of the housing. Still the headlight wont budge.

The car is a 2003 325i with xenon HIDs (non bi xenon).

How come it wont come off?
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