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Old 11-11-2011, 07:22 PM   #1
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bi-xenon lights to angel eyes help.

Just purchased a 2002 silver 330ci. Starting doing a few mods, on a very tight budget, unfortunately the only thing I got done so far was tinted rear LED's. Cracked my clear corner on my turn signal and figured I'd just do a new light fixture while I'm at it.

Currently I have the Bosch Bi-Xenon headlights with the halogen flash high beams. I was wondering how I would go about changing the lights to a classy and legit angel eyes setup. I would like to keep all the original functions of the lights I have now but have an angel eyes setup. I've done some research but I just cant find a straight answer.

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I noticed that on some headlights the innervxenon bulb is still on. How is it that some cars are like that while others are not? That is how I want them to look. Will the these work the exact same way as my current headlights? Auto-adjusting, corner moving, will both the angel eyes and xenon bulb get brighter for high beams?

These were the ones that stuck out to me, I would really appreciate the feedback and comments!
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They are wired separate. Don't get brighter with high beams. Turn and level with them. Are usually on without head lights depending on how you wire them.
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Is it more difficult to wire them to be on at the same time? That's what I'm goin for.
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Also I usually just keep my lights on automatic. Will that work also?
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How would I wire them to have the outer xenon light come on as well?
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