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      11-11-2012, 10:16 AM   #1
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FS lots of bulbs, error cancelors, LEDs, ets

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i have tons of lighting i am cleaning up for sale,
1. H8/H11 Harness Three (2) resistors for LEDs error cancelling
2. the LEDs (4) that go in panels of door, footwell, even roof
3. Set of H8/h11 harness Capacitor error cancellors for HID fogs of Angel eyes
4. Set of individual capacitors for HID error cancellor DIY
5. tons of LEDs, bulbs etc for the rear footwell
6. Brake light LEDs

there is nearly 100 bux worth of lighting. i can ship everything for 30 bux priority mail.
shoot me offers, i really want to offload everything, so i can bundle for cheap

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best price shipped to 11704?
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LED questions

Hi, I have a question about interior LED lights that I hope you may be able to help me with. I recently replaced the stock interior lights (footwell, door, vanity mirror, map and dome) with LED's. Ever since switching these bulbs out I have had errors and problems with them. The main problem is that when I turn on a map light, I will push the button and the light will turn on and after about 10 seconds or so the light will go off. Then if I hit the button to turn it off and then push again to turn it back on, the footwell lights will turn on or something else. I am really hoping that you will have an answer for me on what to do, because I love to brightness and color of the LED's. Thanks for your help!!
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bulbs dont match resistance, so module is turning it off.
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Brake light LEDs whats up with this one? how much and it throw codes?
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someone just bought the brake LEDs
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Hi, I have a question about interior LED lights that I hope you may be able to help me with. I recently replaced the stock interior lights (footwell, door, vanity mirror, map and dome) with LED's. Ever since switching these bulbs out I have had errors and problems with them. The main problem is that when I turn on a map light, I will push the button and the light will turn on and after about 10 seconds or so the light will go off. Then if I hit the button to turn it off and then push again to turn it back on, the footwell lights will turn on or something else. I am really hoping that you will have an answer for me on what to do, because I love to brightness and color of the LED's. Thanks for your help!!


Just got an interior set of led's last week. I had to adjust the wires to make sure all are making full contact. All of the lights seem to be working ok now.
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do all e92s need the hid fog light error cancelator if I want to run hid fogs? I'm interested.

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looking for the door leds for my e90 lci, let me know what you have.
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for HIDs you either need to code it out or use error cancelors, and since the voltage is usisally PWM you need capacitors to cancel out the voltage or run a relay from battery
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item #2 (quantity of 4) will fit the doors. you check your doors just in case to make sure they match shape. as the post above, you may just have to realign metal contacts.
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6 bux to cover shipping costs for item #2
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LED issues

I made sure all of the metal wires were making good contact. I checked them all several times and bent the wires so they are making constant contact. However they still turn off after 15 or so seconds of being on. So it is probably an issue with resistance like neilvosko says. I fully admit ignorance with electrical and lighting parts, so does anyone know of anything that I can try to solve this problem? I really appreciate the help from everyone. Thank you very much!
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for HIDs you either need to code it out or use error cancelors, and since the voltage is usisally PWM you need capacitors to cancel out the voltage or run a relay from battery
was this the answer to my question for hid fogs? sorry for my "noobness" but if this item is all that's needed to get a regular set of HID kit fogs to work on a e92 then pm me a price shipped to 92656 thannks!
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Yep, any HIDs no matter where.
you want the resistors and the capacitors?

item 1 & 3?

or item 1 & 4, you can diy put cap in parallel on each line (just make sure to pute the - of cap on negative terminal)
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Yep, any HIDs no matter where.
you want the resistors and the capacitors?

item 1 & 3?

or item 1 & 4, you can diy put cap in parallel on each line (just make sure to pute the - of cap on negative terminal)
i thought i just needed 3? do i need item 1 also for hid fogs? i'm just confused since it says LED, might be interested in item 2 as well, d you know if they fit into e92 sidemarkers?
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