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Anyone know what type of bulb is used in my 2002 530i angel eyes. I want to replace them with LEDs for a brighter look. Will this work?
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I'm assuming you have the Hella projector lights. If so, you're going to be looking for a product like this.

The bulbs are in the headlight themselves, but they are easy enough to install. It probably wouldn't take you any longer than half an hour to do it yourself with basic handtools/knowledge.
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Thanks for the advice. Anyone have a review of this product?
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Thanks for the advice. Anyone have a review of this product?
Specifically, will I get an alarm "bulb out" and possible flickering?
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No, you should not get a light out bulb error or anything like that. It's supposed to be a direct replacement for the factory halogen bulb. I personally do not have one on my car as my AE setup is non-celis technology. I have seen these on a lot of E60's and some E39's and they seem to work really well. Most people buy from E-bay (which I do not recommend for lighting) and purchase cheaper modules which are similar but not as reliable. At least purchasing this product through JLeviSW you can always talk to someone if something doesn't work right.
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