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      05-12-2013, 07:11 PM   #1
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How do tell if you have adaptive or bi-xenon?

I have my own 07 e92 335i but the girlfriend just bought a 2010 e90 335i and there is a problem with one of the headlights. She has the Xenon lights, the chrome cover on the inside has come loose and the bulb is floating in the socket.

How do I know if they are Bi or Adaptive?

Can I pull this out and repair it or does she need a new light assembly?

I am pretty good with this stuff and can do the work if its worth the time, otherwise is there a good place to buy a replacement?

Thanks for any help.
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they are both bixenon and adaptive.
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