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      07-06-2012, 07:02 PM   #89
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Just want to share that I managed to do a stealth wiring for the xenon lights, these will allow me to remove lights in the future and sell without a single scratch to the wiring on the car or in the headlights. Let me know if anyone wants more information.
+1, same here, this is the only way IMO
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      07-08-2012, 03:46 AM   #90
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Just want to share that I managed to do a stealth wiring for the xenon lights, these will allow me to remove lights in the future and sell without a single scratch to the wiring on the car or in the headlights. Let me know if anyone wants more information.
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      07-09-2012, 10:05 AM   #91
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Can anyone confirm if this DIY is the same for a 2010 LCI E90 with halogen?

Also do they make a aftermarket harness to plug into the OEM harness to eliminate modifications being done to the OEM harness?
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      07-09-2012, 08:55 PM   #92
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Can anyone confirm if this DIY is the same for a 2010 LCI E90 with halogen?

Also do they make a aftermarket harness to plug into the OEM harness to eliminate modifications being done to the OEM harness?
We modified wiring inside headlights, so the original OEM harness works fine and you can easily revert back to halogen if needed
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      07-09-2012, 10:16 PM   #93
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LOL..that isn't anything new. Just sayin.

Glad it is working though.
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      07-10-2012, 01:13 AM   #94
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LOL..that isn't anything new. Just sayin.

Glad it is working though.
which mod are you commenting on. The one where he says no mods to the car's wiring or the headlight is new to me.
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      07-17-2012, 05:24 AM   #95
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Hi All

Just to show off a bit more... what I mean by stealth is that I did not cut or tap the wires using a butt connector or any other sort of method. I did the wiring mod on the connection pins of the headlight, see picture.
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Hi All,

Did any of you had issues with angle eyes? i did this conversion and when i turn on the car, angle eyes switch them selves of after some few seconds/minutes. Everything else works fine. Any ideas please?
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Did any of you had issues with angle eyes? i did this conversion and when i turn on the car, angle eyes switch them selves of after some few seconds/minutes. Everything else works fine. Any ideas please?
Do u get any errors on your dash?
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      08-08-2012, 04:39 PM   #98
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yep i do get errors for the high beam since its pin is being used for the shutter and when AE are turned off by themselves i do also get for the side lamps. But errors shouldn't be the issue right? cause i can have errors but they can still function.

Can it be because since i am only testing, i only connected one side and the other side still has the normal halogen connected?
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Can anyone confirm if this DIY is the same for a 2010 LCI E90 with halogen?

Also do they make a aftermarket harness to plug into the OEM harness to eliminate modifications being done to the OEM harness?

No,Its different.
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Did any of you had issues with angle eyes? i did this conversion and when i turn on the car, angle eyes switch them selves of after some few seconds/minutes. Everything else works fine. Any ideas please?
this tutorial is not for lci with frm3!

If you follow this one, your lci car would tell you 1 short circuit and 2 disconnect error ;your dash will show cc-id378/379
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      08-09-2012, 01:29 AM   #101
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I don't have frm3, if i had these would work normally i think.

So am i getting short circuits? If yes how can i sort it please?
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is there a tutorial for a LCI halogen to xenon ??
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Did you get this sorted out in the end??



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I don't have frm3, if i had these would work normally i think.

So am i getting short circuits? If yes how can i sort it please?
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Haven't bought the frm3 yet.
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Does anyone know if the MANUAL leveling will work? i.e. the adjuster wheel next to the light switch?

It's strange i can't find a single mention of this despite searching for hours!

Any information on this will be greatly appreciated!
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I'm going to answer my own question, as nobody else did!

I fitted oem pre lci xenons to my pre lci halogen e90 today. Coding to xenon breaks the operation of the manual level control so i didn't change the vo, so all i did was code out the two low beam checks:-

NFRM module
KALTUEBERWACHUNG_AL to nicht_aktiv (low beam cold)
WARMUEBERWACHUNG_AL to nicht_aktiv (low beam warm)

And of corse i did the 2 wiring mods, and it all works perfectly, except i won't get a warning if a xenon bulbs fails, but i would rather that than not have level control.

But still if anyone knows how to have level control and low beam bulb checks please let me know!
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I did the same thing as you, however I did change the VO but didnt have to alter other code lines. All working - error free.
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Does the headlight level control work?
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the manual level dont work
the auto leveling you have to buy the the level sensor and wirings to fully funtion.
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