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    hello all,

    i have xenons & projectors (I assume these are the ones that move)

    what is the best and easiest fitting angel eyes without getting a sparky in to do work?

    any links to stores or ebay greatly apprectied or the correct type i need and i can get searching..so many diff types etc etc im spinning

    please forgive me im a complete noob to lights/fittments and really want some nice white angel rings/lights

    thanks in advance

    Johny
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    ccfle angel eyes retrofitted mate

    most of us have them when we have angel eye's (halo's) you do have to take the light apart to fit but wiring is easy. im sure someone will be along soon with links ect
     
     

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    CCFL rings are great, you can find a set on ebay cheaply, or from some BMW modification sites. as said above you just take the light fitting apart and fit the rings in, and then you just need to cut your sidelight wire and connect it to the wire for the rings, in my sig is what they look like. you can buy thm in different colours i went for 6k rings that look ice white, however you can get retro yellow ones etc.
     
     

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    most of the people on here, including myself have taken there lights apart and fitted the rings them self, there are two main types LED and CCFL rings

    as your E46 is a 2005 it will be a faclidt like mine, so your head lamps are sealed, there are relativly easy to get apart and fit the rings,

    there is a DIY in my signature
     
     

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