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Old 10-10-2012, 11:48 AM
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DIY: Bmw E66 E65 angle eye replacement bulb

This is my first time doing and hope this help everyone save some money. I sure there is many other vid like this out there but try mine and see if it easier to do.

Everything is explain in detail in the vid, So watch and please let me know if i'm missing anything.


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Old 10-10-2012, 11:50 AM
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Good job Tommy! Thanks for sharing!
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Good video but the air box does not need to come out to do this job. Bumper comes off and there are 4 screws to release the headlight with the levelling system all as one piece.
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Good video but the air box does not need to come out to do this job. Bumper comes off and there are 4 screws to release the headlight with the levelling system all as one piece.
really how is that,

I didn't know that. I may have to try that next time.

Thanks for the good tips..
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Tommy .Tui da^y khong ca`n tha'o bumper ra .
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Good video but the air box does not need to come out to do this job. Bumper comes off and there are 4 screws to release the headlight with the levelling system all as one piece.
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