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Old 01-09-2006, 10:05 AM
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DIY on replacing fog lamp bulbs on a BMW X5

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Source: http://www.tayam.com/x5/hidinstall.htm
Note: 2000 - 2002 X5's use H3 or H1 bulbs (verify yours before buying). 2003 X5's use H11 bulbs.
This DIY utilizes the PIAA H3 Super Plasma
Tools required: Phillips Screwdriver

Total time: 2mins.
Cost: $68.50 (incl. shipping) from
www.autobulbdepot.com

Before
installation of Driver side HID Bulb for Fog Lights


1. Remove (carefully pull out) plastic cover.


2. Pull out (in upward motion to release clip) after unscrewing two screws at the bottom of the light housing.


3. Take out whole light housing then remove cable.



After installation of Driver side HID Bulb for Fog Lights


OEM Fog light


After installation of Driver side HID Bulb for Fog Lights


After installation of Driver side HID Bulb for Fog Lights


Before installation of Driver side HID Bulb for Fog Lights



After installation of Driver side HID Bulb for Fog Lights



After installation of Driver side HID Bulb for Fog Lights


Additional tips on removal of fog light housing at http://www.xoutpost.com/x5-e53-forum/...ghts-pics.html

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