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Old 12-12-2009, 08:55 PM
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Hello,
got mine today.
Concerning your AE question, the ring is not filled with LEDs. There are 5 fittings per AE ring.
Maybe I have other specs, but my DEPO part number is the same as the other mentioned here, they look like the pics posted, thus .....
Can please somebody else confirm?
Maybe there are just brighter LED's than yours .....?
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Thanks a lot for the pictures and information.Especially useful for those like myself that have the 2003 X5.
Now this seems to best option for those that want the AEs and keep the oem hids.

For us in UK/Europe ,we need the lights to have the lever above the headlights to direct the beam for driving on the other side of the road.
Do you have plugs above these Depo lights that give access to the lever?
I can buy direct from Depo Importer here..would the Deco part # be 444-1152PXNDHM2.
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After a closer look :

DEPO lights with above mentioned part number are NOT the ones with the LED HALOS!!!!!
BEWARE.

TO ALL INTERESTED :

The Halo set-up is NOT with LEDs, but each Halo has 5 little lamps connected to it. BEWARE

TO ALL EU INTERESTED BUYERS :
These light have the E mark and EU light pattern and can be set for LH/RH drive but THEY DO NOT HAVE A CONNECTION FOR YOUR PARKING/STAND LIGHT BULB. Meaning that like in Germany, Belgium, .... you will not pass your yearly Technical Inspection.

Hope this warning is early enough ....

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anybody want tis depo led AE GB?
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So is everybody still loving their headlamp units? How is it with fogging up? Have any of the leds died? Any other issues? And whatever happened with the $480 price I didnt hear anyone say they got it for that price. Thanks in advance.
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So is everybody still loving their headlamp units? How is it with fogging up? Have any of the leds died? Any other issues? And whatever happened with the $480 price I didnt hear anyone say they got it for that price. Thanks in advance.
im not.... driver side fogging up bad everytime i wash it + the leds not working on that side anymore .
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man that sucks. did you do the extra silicone seal before you had your mechanic install? Or maybe the mechanic cracked something or broke one of the seals before he turned the car over to you
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Old 05-05-2011, 01:42 AM
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man that sucks. did you do the extra silicone seal before you had your mechanic install? Or maybe the mechanic cracked something or broke one of the seals before he turned the car over to you
yes it does , i did not add any silicone , it was fine for a couple of months untill i changed the xenon bulbs , so i guess its my fault !! im gonna take it to a shop thats gonna try to fix it when i have some time for it , how is yours holding up ? & do u have any pics of your x5 i wanna see how it looks with the wheels u got.
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here's a pic of the wheels but I dont have any of the whole car rite now. You can look at some of my other posts tho and see the whole car but it prob has my Beyern wheels on it which I use as my winter setup now

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Sorry to dig up such an odd thread but i was just wondering with these DEPO headlights would the park light be replaced by the halo/ring?
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Old 06-22-2011, 08:30 PM
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No the park lights still work... ordered, received, and installed my depo lights... So far its been a month. Upon installation i used dielectric grease around all seals. No leaks of fogging at all so far. One of the leds was out upon arrival though but I told Simon Im ok with just one out. We have an agreement that if any more fail I can return the units immediately for replacement.

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Cool thanks. I just found the DIY article on how to hook the Angel eyes/halos to the park light but i cant seem to find a DIY on how to enable the remote on fade on fade off feature. Can anyone shed some light please??
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