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DarXide 02-08-2007 08:06 PM

DIY for Facelifted P46 Headlights?

Im tired of my corners getting out of place..

QuiKsiLvrCSL 02-09-2007 01:02 AM


DarXide 02-09-2007 01:36 PM


Sponsors?? JLevi, Umnitza??
This is your product..:hi:

umnitza 02-09-2007 02:11 PM

You need to contact your original retailer for support - email or phone is best.

DarXide 02-09-2007 03:41 PM


Originally Posted by umnitza (Post 5508154)
You need to contact your original retailer for support - email or phone is best.

Anything u can do for me Matt I got them thru you almost 2 years ago and never got around to really solving that issue..

Any DIY??? Its been always a nightmare with the corners getting off place but I cant take it anymore and I wanna tackle down the issue.

LMK Thanks

DarXide 02-15-2007 04:12 PM


BMW Loe 02-15-2007 05:59 PM

What exactly is the issue with the corner lights? Maybe I can help.

DarXide 02-15-2007 06:40 PM

The P46 headlights were modified to fit on the facelifted sedan. The trick was cutting the locking points on the side of the headlight therefore there is nothing where the corner can clip or screw. In other words they are loose (I have zip ties). I've seen somebody fabricate a lil arm where I would be able to put a screw but I can't seem to find that thread anymore.

Any help and feedback from vendors and other fanatics that had this problem would be greatly appreciated.



BMW Loe 02-17-2007 01:54 AM

Oh, ouch! There aren't any clip-in style corners available for face-lifted sedans? I have tried and failed at transplanting P46 insides into an OEM headlamp housing. They are not built with the same internal mounting points.

tolys bimmer 02-17-2007 02:05 AM

hey try using hot glue that might keep it in place. and if its a big gap use a piece of rubber between as a spacer

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