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Old 10-16-2012, 02:01 PM   #1
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FS: OEM Bi-Xenon Headlights - Complete

The original set I had posted up here have been sold. But I have another set that is available. They are currently set up for a facelift sedan. No missing or repaired tabs on them. There is one small section of the upper inner mounting tab on the passenger side light that is missing. Will not affect fitment(see pictures below). The shrouds have some marks on them from a previously having angle eyes. These have brand new lenses on them. All electronics are included. Selling this set for $670.00 shipped. If you need some set up for a coupe or an M3 like shown in the last picture let me know.

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Old 10-23-2012, 01:04 PM   #2
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Old 10-26-2012, 12:29 AM   #3
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Are these direct plug an play? No dash lights, no codes, auto leveling will work?

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Old 10-26-2012, 05:49 PM   #4
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Are these direct plug an play? No dash lights, no codes, auto leveling will work?

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If you already had Bi-xenons from the factory. Then yes. If you are upgrading from halogens. Then no. There are no OEM lights that would just be straight plug and play. You will either have to get your LCM flashed to let in know that it now has xenon's or you will have to install inline cancelers to eliminate the dash light. I have cancelers available also. Then the self leveling there is no lights that are just plug and play for that. These have the capability for that option. But there are two sensors that need be put on the lower control arms front and rear. Then need to be wired into the LCM and the lights. Then the self leveling would function. Plus the car may need to be flashed for that option to start working.

Can I set you up with some plug and play xenons? Yes. But self leveling would be additional work. I do have the sensors and mounting brackets available also, if you really wanted to go that far.
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If you already had Bi-xenons from the factory. Then yes. If you are upgrading from halogens. Then no. There are no OEM lights that would just be straight plug and play. You will either have to get your LCM flashed to let in know that it now has xenon's or you will have to install inline cancelers to eliminate the dash light. I have cancelers available also. Then the self leveling there is no lights that are just plug and play for that. These have the capability for that option. But there are two sensors that need be put on the lower control arms front and rear. Then need to be wired into the LCM and the lights. Then the self leveling would function. Plus the car may need to be flashed for that option to start working.

Can I set you up with some plug and play xenons? Yes. But self leveling would be additional work. I do have the sensors and mounting brackets available also, if you really wanted to go that far.
What if i also changed my lcm.. would the auto on on the new lcm work automatically and cancel out all of the lights? Sorry for all the questions just looking for info before i try to make the switch

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Old 10-26-2012, 06:32 PM   #6
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What if i also changed my lcm.. would the auto on on the new lcm work automatically and cancel out all of the lights? Sorry for all the questions just looking for info before i try to make the switch

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If you changed your LCM that would negate the need to get it flashed and there would be no lights on the dash. I would assume the auto-on feature would be set already and would function. Not 100% positive on that though. But a couple things about changing the LCM. There is a tamper light on the LCM. It is my understanding that it is linked to the cluster so if one is changed without the other the light will come on, on the LCM. That is just hear/read say. Haven't had the chance to do that swap yet. Then also if you get a bi-xenon LCM the high beams will not work as you would expect. It will only work as the flash to pass feature. There would need to be another set of wires added to actuate the bi-xenon solenoid. That would have to run from the LCM to the lights. As halogens don't have that wire installed. There is other ways to get the bi-xenon function to work. PM me if you want to go further into how to set it up.
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If you changed your LCM that would negate the need to get it flashed and there would be no lights on the dash. I would assume the auto-on feature would be set already and would function. Not 100% positive on that though. But a couple things about changing the LCM. There is a tamper light on the LCM. It is my understanding that it is linked to the cluster so if one is changed without the other the light will come on, on the LCM. That is just hear/read say. Haven't had the chance to do that swap yet. Then also if you get a bi-xenon LCM the high beams will not work as you would expect. It will only work as the flash to pass feature. There would need to be another set of wires added to actuate the bi-xenon solenoid. That would have to run from the LCM to the lights. As halogens don't have that wire installed. There is other ways to get the bi-xenon function to work. PM me if you want to go further into how to set it up.
This is starting to sound like its gonna be a pain in the balls

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lol. Its not that bad. It depends on how deep you want to go. Really in about and hour or two(depending on skill level) you can have working xenon lights installed in your car. They will function just the same as the light you have now except much brighter. lol. With no dash lights.
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lol. Its not that bad. It depends on how deep you want to go. Really in about and hour or two(depending on skill level) you can have working xenon lights installed in your car. They will function just the same as the light you have now except much brighter. lol. With no dash lights.
I have zenons now in my halogens which imo are way brighter than projectors but i like the updated look of the projectors and i just want them to work like oem

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I have zenons now in my halogens which imo are way brighter than projectors but i like the updated look of the projectors and i just want them to work like oem

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O.k. Well, there is some ideas. I am sure everyone else would appreciate you putting projectors in.
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Old 11-12-2012, 01:37 PM   #13
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Do you have part numbers? I am looking to repair/replace both head lights on an 2002 330i with the facelift.
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These ones shown here will not fit. But I have a set that will fit a facelift sedan. I can PM you some pictures.
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Sure, I primarily need the lens and housing (Left and Right). Let Me know what you have. Part # and pictures would be great. Thanks.
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Will these work on a 2004 325i with xenon. Original headlights in good order with new ZKW lenses and lamp but light is poor as original ZKW reflectors are burned. If you deal in these I can certainly return the existing units.
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Will these work on a 2004 325i with xenon. Original headlights in good order with new ZKW lenses and lamp but light is poor as original ZKW reflectors are burned. If you deal in these I can certainly return the existing units.
These won't work in the current state they are in. But I will PM you with an option.
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Old 11-26-2012, 08:00 PM   #19
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Would you consider $400? I don't need the outer lens or the interior trim.

I'm willing to pay for the PayPal fees and shipping on top of that. PM me please

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those will work on a sedan, you just have to swap the interior trim piece and lenses
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