BMW E60 Headlights

Calvin West

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Hey bros do you know where can i purchase rep front lights or originals with reasonable prices. Because ive checked with the workshops around probably cost about 1.4k to replace both sides. The main wires in the light module are fried so my mech told me this is a very common issue in sg because of the weather. Not sure whether is there a way to salvage it because everytime i start my car there will be a checklight indicating that my front lights are faulty. My highbeam and angel eyes(already dead) are not functioning as well except for my main xenon light. Any suggestions?
 
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Calvin West;1039524 said:
Hey bros do you know where can i purchase rep front lights or originals with reasonable prices. Because ive checked with the workshops around probably cost about 1.4k to replace both sides. The main wires in the light module are fried so my mech told me this is a very common issue in sg because of the weather. Not sure whether is there a way to salvage it because everytime i start my car there will be a checklight indicating that my front lights are faulty. My highbeam and angel eyes(already dead) are not functioning as well except for my main xenon light. Any suggestions?


can try scrap yard?









cheeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeers
 
Re: BMW E60 Headlights

Eng soon $856 include gst for pre fl e60 adaptive per piece. Hid ballast and bulb not included.
I've ask scrap yard500+ used after trade in with your light not include installation
 
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christopher ngo;1040006 said:
Eng soon $856 include gst for pre fl e60 adaptive per piece. Hid ballast and bulb not included.
I've ask scrap yard500+ used after trade in with your light not include installation

Which scrape yard you ask ?
 
Re: BMW E60 Headlights

Buywellsellwell;1041500 said:
Go for EAGLEEYE... Looks like LCI headlights. Most important is can solve ur problem. Cheers

Bro, eagleeyes got headlight for e60?
 
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do u all know any scrape yard have E60 stuff like M-tech adsober, spring, lci tail light, teering wheel.. etc.. can provide name n contact? thx u so much..
 
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Exactly the same thing happened to me. The light bulbs are probably still ok - like mine. You need to insulate the exposed wires that are causing the short. If you cannot get the exposed wires, you would need to remove the headlight and look (behind) inside the headlights by opening up the primary and secondary cap. You may have to cut the exposed wires and insert insulator (heat shrink) and reconnect them - just twist them back together and cover with insulation tape. Careful not to disturb the wires that are unaffected. Hope this helps.




Calvin West;1039524 said:
Hey bros do you know where can i purchase rep front lights or originals with reasonable prices. Because ive checked with the workshops around probably cost about 1.4k to replace both sides. The main wires in the light module are fried so my mech told me this is a very common issue in sg because of the weather. Not sure whether is there a way to salvage it because everytime i start my car there will be a checklight indicating that my front lights are faulty. My highbeam and angel eyes(already dead) are not functioning as well except for my main xenon light. Any suggestions?
 
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On my experience i get noise on audio system with exposed wired headlamp. Audio shop replace amp, speaker, wiring still same till i replace my headlamp.
 
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Philster;1042651 said:
Exactly the same thing happened to me. The light bulbs are probably still ok - like mine. You need to insulate the exposed wires that are causing the short. If you cannot get the exposed wires, you would need to remove the headlight and look (behind) inside the headlights by opening up the primary and secondary cap. You may have to cut the exposed wires and insert insulator (heat shrink) and reconnect them - just twist them back together and cover with insulation tape. Careful not to disturb the wires that are unaffected. Hope this helps.

hey thanks for the advise
 

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