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      12-31-2015, 01:11 AM   #1
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F80 M3 xenon bulb removal

Hi guys, does anyone of you guys know how to remove the xenon bulb on F80 M3? Please help me out here! Thank you very much!
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Just stating the obvious, but have you checked your owners manual?
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Hi guys, does anyone of you guys know how to remove the xenon bulb on F80 M3? Please help me out here! Thank you very much!
I haven't checked but I believe u can access the bulb from the wheel well. There should be a small round cover there
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Hi guys, does anyone of you guys know how to remove the xenon bulb on F80 M3? Please help me out here! Thank you very much!
I haven't checked but I believe u can access the bulb from the wheel well. There should be a small round cover there
I just figured it out, thanks guys!
Here's a comparison
Passenger side is Mtec 6700k and driver side is oem 4300k
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I just figured it out, thanks guys!
Here's a comparison
Passenger side is Mtec 6700k and driver side is oem 4300k
Do tell!
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I just figured it out, thanks guys!
Here's a comparison
Passenger side is Mtec 6700k and driver side is oem 4300k
Looks good. Funny but even the rings look bluer now too.
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Where did you get the bulb?
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Where did you get the bulb?
Mtech website
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Do you have a diy?
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Do you have a diy?
sorry, i didn't make one. but its not that hard, in fact its kinda easy. you can you tube it
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There is a access panel in the wheel well.
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There is a access panel in the wheel well.
yes and in order to remove the xenon bulb, disconnect the wire first and turn the bulb CCW if i recalled correctly (or CW)
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There is a access panel in the wheel well.
yes and in order to remove the xenon bulb, disconnect the wire first and turn the bulb CCW if i recalled correctly (or CW)
Thanks!
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