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    Alrite chaps

    Unlike Jodie Marsh im having a bit of trouble getting my bulb out, of the wee thingy on my e92 2007 sidelight. Ive attached a pic of the thing the bulb goes into. Do you recognise it? if so have you changed the bulb your self. im scared to pull to hard on the bulb incase it breaks in my hand.

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  3. Get your bulbs out love! e92 
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    If I am not mistaken they are the H8 bulbs for the angel eyes

    They are just a straight plug in then turn clockwise to lock in, it's a while since I did mine though
     
     

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  5. Get your bulbs out love! e92 
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    This is an Osram H8 that I took out of my E92, this one produced the dull yellow angel eyes
     
     

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    so does the glass bit not come out of the osram bit. do you have to buy the whole thing. i bout bulbs of ebay but i cant get the glass buld out of the osram thingy?
     
     

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    Just pull them out
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    The bulbs should come like that in one piece, I just pulled the old ones (pictured) out and fitted the new ones in their place
     
     

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    I've replaced the bulbs with these:

    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.d...m=250825242513

    they light for about 10 seconds then they go out. Any advice lads???? Maybe i should of bought more expensive ones.
     
     

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    They look a bit cheap to be honest. I'd try and go with Philips bulbs or something similar, at least then you know you're starting with good quality.
    Did you touch the glass part when you fitted them?
    Generally its xenon bulbs that touching is a big no no but if you've had something on you hands (greasy etc..) it can wreck these bulbs too.
     
     

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    took it round to the local stealer and they told me its the footwell module whatever that is. covered under warranty so happy days.
     
     

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    Footwell module is a very common fail item on the E9* cars and isn't a DIY fix as it needs coding.
     
     

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