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Old 05-10-2008, 01:54 PM   #1
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angel eyes issues... help

ok so i just adjusted my headlights properly, but now my angel eyes are all messed up..... the inner one (closest to the grill) is half cut off.... it looks really odd and bad.... anyway to fix this?
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Old 05-10-2008, 01:56 PM   #2
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You're probably going to have to take off the lens and adjust the halo.
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You're probably going to have to take off the lens and adjust the halo.
+1. Good thing you have a sedan.
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+1. Good thing you have a sedan.
well yeah did that.... but its not even a little.... there isnt anywhere for me to move the ring
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What year is your car btw?? I didn't have that problem, but I had to trim the plastic shroud inside so they wouldn't touch the halos.

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i have an 02 sedan
I suppose you don't have P46's right? Yeah above poster is right. I think you have to dremel the shroud a little.
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I suppose you don't have P46's right? Yeah above poster is right. I think you have to dremel the shroud a little.
Yeah thanks for the info, as NO ONE told me that, its not even in any instructions, but I figured it out and took care of it.
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which shroud? i have oem bixenons
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which shroud? i have oem bixenons
Oh thats different. I am not familiar with the insides of oem bi xenon's. sorry.
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