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Old 10-29-2005, 07:27 PM   #1
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DDE Halos

Does anyone know how to disconnect the driver headlight assembly from the car? I had no problems with the pass. side. But the driver side has two thick grey wires connecting to what I think is a junction box that can't be unplugged from the light. I have bi-xenons on my 02 M3. Thanks
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Old 10-29-2005, 08:52 PM   #2
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What do you mean disconnect the headlights? You don't have to take them out when you install halos
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Not the instructions I'm workin with, from Bimmian. Says to take the headlights out. I don't see how not to my hands are too BIG to get behind them while they are in????
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Not the instructions I'm workin with, from Bimmian. Says to take the headlights out. I don't see how not to my hands are too BIG to get behind them while they are in????
You take the lenses off, not the headlights out.......
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