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Setting up Weisslicht Angel Eye LED's

malco0412010-08-17 13:45:45 +0000 #1
Is there a certain way to set up the Weisslicht Ultra-Bright Pure White Angel Eye LED's that is not stated in the installation video/manual? Because after watching/reading both, my angel eyes are not very bright at all, and I know they probably should be. Let me know if the bulbs need to tilted or twisted a certain way or not. Thanks
lopealle2010-08-17 14:01:59 +0000 #2
wish i could help. someone will chime in eventually
Nick@Jlevi SW2010-08-17 14:09:18 +0000 #3
The bulbs are preadjusted for you out of the box but if they are not fully illuminating the ring, then make sure that they are completely seated in the headlight.
JoeyBananaz182010-08-17 14:34:55 +0000 #4
malco0412010-08-17 15:37:59 +0000 #5
how do you know for sure the bulbs are secured in the headlight bracket, because it is not like it clicks in, or atleast mine did not
Trijicon2010-08-17 16:02:42 +0000 #6
it wont click because of the rubber housing but you can feel it lock into place, remember each bulb turns opposite to each other. I was having this problem on the passenger side.
Nick@Jlevi SW2010-08-17 14:29:01 +0000 #7
Yep you will see the housing fully inserted. There are different sized tabs that only line up in one direction so make sure you have those seated.
fdriller92010-08-17 17:02:16 +0000 #8
This is what they look like in overcast:

Indirect sunlight

HermesRider2010-08-17 17:21:00 +0000 #9
Looks pretty good to me! I might get them. No problems with errors or flickering?
TwnTrboCAT12122010-08-17 15:03:57 +0000 #10
Yeah, that's actually not bad at all given the conditions...you're lucky to have an E90 because all (most) aftermarket LED Halo's look much better and more uniform on the E90's than they do on E92's...I have the same set-up in my E92 and you literally cannot even see them during the daytime..Even under cloudy conditions they're nothing to write home about for some reason and I know for sure that I installed them properly. The fiber optic tubing that the LED light needs to travel through to make up the halo rings in the E92 allows for the light to get lost given its' tube length, shape, etc. so it doesn't look as good. I mean they look great at dusk and dawn..and obviously at night but otherwise, that's just the way they are during the day. Maybe someone else can chime in about their E92's with these Halo LED's not being as bright as Op's E90?




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