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Jabboure36 10-10-2006 10:39 PM

Xenon problem on 00 e46 sedan
 
I have a 2000 328i sedan with i guess HIDS? i dont know but i have the xenon headlights.. my dashboard tells me my right headlight is out...i take it to the dealer and they say it has something to do with the computer and its not the bulb and it will cost 550 dollars to fix! im not gonna pay that to fix one headlight....so is there anyway else to fix this problem? can i even get a whole new set of headlights for both sides with angel eyes? or will the problem still remain?

Edison@JleviSW 10-10-2006 10:41 PM

It could be that your computer needs to be reflashed for xenons. Inquire with the dealer about what is exactly casuing the error. You can purchase our Projector46's but if both headlights currently work I don't see a reason to replace them.

Jabboure36 10-10-2006 11:34 PM

i am looking at the "Predator Chromium Angel Eyes for Most BMWs
[J-7025-02]" what is the difference between these and the $100 ones i see on the website and other sites...and if i were to get 8000k would that mean they are more capable of burning out quicker?

Jabboure36 10-10-2006 11:37 PM

i would like those angel eyes on ur black 325i

Edison@JleviSW 10-11-2006 01:28 AM

The $100 versions are just the rings and ballasts. If you do not currently have angel eyes, you will want the Predator Chromiums which is the entire kit that includes 4 rings, 2 ballasts, wiring harness and everything you need for the complete plug and play installation. In addition you will get a full lifetime warranty, email/phone/aim support, and plug and play installation.

Jabboure36 10-11-2006 02:05 PM

so even if i have a problem with my computer right now as the dealer said....if i were to get these everything would be fine and i dont have to worry about my problem right now?


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