its easy to do trust me! i did mine not too long ago with instructions from a forum member and at the end i was impressed of what i had done. here is all u need to do them angels like a pro http://krystmsgarage.com/?page_id=16 if u have questions use the ask a question box on that site u will get an answer quick or here on the forums we glad to help! I wish i was in cali i would do them for free just hook me up with a 6 pack lol :mica3speedy:
haha where in SoCal are you? I think one guy out here in the Pomona area can help you out...go to the Souther California section of the Southwest forum headline and ask there. You'll get better results.
I live in the Valley, close to L.A. Dude! If you can, help me out, It's koo that I got instructions, but when it comes to wiring, I'm lost, I don't care how far I have to drive, I'm so set on getting these on my M3
I did it at my uncles house and it took about.. 3 hours to get everything apart and then i glued them in and let the glue sit for overnight.
I installed them about a week after christmas.
I hooked them up to my fusebox so they come on with the car and go off about 10 seconds after the car is off ( sometimes up to a minute though, weird).
Honestly, it was pretty easy you can just look at one of the tutorials on this web site and figure it out.
I havent really done anything to my car and this was one of my first modifications.
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its easy to do trust me!
this is not a quote i hear too often about installing angel eyes... for people doing it for their first time (like i did) it was definitely not easy. it was the biggest bitch in the world. i started doing mine and 9 pm and didn't finish til 4 am. I know how to do them now.... just on the curious side. how much would you be willing to pay?
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