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  1. 2003 E46 Coupe eagle eyes 
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    i have looked eveywhere to find out where to fit a load resistor to led eagle eyes to remove on dash warning light without any joy. can anyone help?
     
     

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    Did you resolve this ?

    Can you let us know for the benefit of other members
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    Do you mean Angel Eyes?
     
     

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    Joe, I've heard mention of Eagle eyes before, and they're definitely different. They're more popular in America.

    I'll try and find where I saw them just now for you!


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    Sorry, it would appear I am mistaken...

    The eagle eyes I was talking about were infact a brand of headlights which have ccfl's in them at purchase.
     
     

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