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Old 12-21-2003, 12:57 AM   #1
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I was looking around and I seen angel eye headlights. I was wondering do the make thme for bonneville headlights? I know I can get fog lights with them, but what about the headlights
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I haven't really seen them "made" for any headlights outside of BMW...especially non-circular lights...

You can make your own though...

I saw a how-to on it, I'll look for it and post here.

UPDATE: Found the how-to. Here'* the link: http://students.washington.edu/ashis...gel%20Eyes.htm


Be careful: if you opt to make your own, you can destroy your entire headlamp assembly (or fog) if you mess up. Be willing to dish out cash for new assemblies if you undetake this project.
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You can get some Angel Eye driving lights, almost a perfect swap with the stock fog lights.
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Yeah...then do HID'* for your headlamps there
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This one gets me excited



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Mmmmm HID...I'd LOVE to get HID...but I have silverstars -- pretty close!
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Hey man, Don't try to pull apart your stock headlights to add angel eyes. You probably won't be able to get it to work. I had my drivers side apart and there is no real place to put the rings that won't interfere with the light of your headlights. The ultra cool angel eye heads aren't worth taking a pole in fog.

However, If you must take it apart to see for yourself, Here'* how I got mine apart:

1. Remove two little screws and bulbs to get headlamp off car.
2. Remove a few bolts to get the headlamps off the mounts.
3. Remove the little metal clips around the side.
4. Cut the silicone like stuff holding it together with a shape razor knife while gently pulling apart the two halves.

The place i was planning on running the power wires is the little flat area on the lower outside corners. If you get it to work on the first one, Take pictures on the second one, I want to see how you might be able to do it.
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Mmmmm HID...I'd LOVE to get HID...but I have silverstars -- pretty close!
Not at all close, man.
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