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summit425
02-01-2009, 04:37 AM
which HID kit I should buy in order to fit in my fog lights?

and will I get an bulb error light if I don't buy canceller? e46 323ci.

SlammedM3
02-01-2009, 11:11 AM
www.xenondepot.com

Gamite
02-01-2009, 12:09 PM
Propr'one. Best service hands down.

www.absolutehid.ca

R_JAY
02-01-2009, 12:33 PM
When I had my E46 (now sold) I had HID fogs and the bulbs were 9006. They were very inconsistent though, meaning sometimes they would light up and sometimes they wouldn't. Propr'one suggested I buy the harness and run it directly off the battery which worked like a charm. Oh, and the E46 fogs are not wired to the computer so you won't get a bulb out warning.

Steve@ASPTuning
02-01-2009, 01:42 PM
When I had my E46 (now sold) I had HID fogs and the bulbs were 9006. They were very inconsistent though, meaning sometimes they would light up and sometimes they wouldn't. Propr'one suggested I buy the harness and run it directly off the battery which worked like a charm. Oh, and the E46 fogs are not wired to the computer so you won't get a bulb out warning.


He's right!

They are infact wired to your LCM which controls the foglights.
And usually they are 9006's which we carry too.

We sell our kits for $100 CAD + Shipping, and comes with lifetime warranty on the ballasts.

Steve
ASPTuning

dbworld4k
02-01-2009, 05:57 PM
How do you guys bypass the flash to pass issue with HID fogs?

rendered
02-02-2009, 02:07 AM
Propr'one. Best service hands down.

www.absolutehid.ca

I concur! Highly recommended!

I have Prop'r'one's HID kits in all my cars!

I dunno what you guys are doing, but I have his 9006 6000K Kit in my 2004 E46 330ci ZHP fog lights, and they were installed by Rocco at RMP.

Simple install, no dashlights, no issues whatsoever. I never used any extra harness's to bypass either.

Straight plug into the OEM harness, simple clean, and they have been flawless for 2+ years.

Hope this helps! It pays off to deal with the HID BMW specialist like Ivan at www.absolutehid.ca

The kits are excellent quality, and prices are right! His warranty is second to none!

I wouldn't consider anyone else for quality HID kits than Prop'r'one/Ivan at www.absolutehid.ca after buying 10+ kits for myself, friends, and family over the years!

diezel06turk
02-02-2009, 02:43 AM
^^what he said

R_JAY
02-02-2009, 11:48 AM
I concur! Highly recommended!

I have Prop'r'one's HID kits in all my cars!

I dunno what you guys are doing, but I have his 9006 6000K Kit in my 2004 E46 330ci ZHP fog lights, and they were installed by Rocco at RMP.

Simple install, no dashlights, no issues whatsoever. I never used any extra harness's to bypass either.

Straight plug into the OEM harness, simple clean, and they have been flawless for 2+ years.

Hope this helps! It pays off to deal with the HID BMW specialist like Ivan at www.absolutehid.ca

The kits are excellent quality, and prices are right! His warranty is second to none!

I wouldn't consider anyone else for quality HID kits than Prop'r'one/Ivan at www.absolutehid.ca after buying 10+ kits for myself, friends, and family over the years!You know that all BMW's were not created on the same day right? My car was a 2000 and sure it was not as perfect as your 2004 so I feel I must point out a few things.
First, my kit was from Ivan (which I still have and use) and it just didn't want to work sometimes. Installing an HID kit isn't brain surgery and I've done it twelve or so times so I think I know what I'm doing. He suggested the harness which I purchased from him and it worked.
Second, why would they make or better yet why would Ivan carry and suggest the harness if some cars weren't having this issue?
And third, you should read around other forums lighting section and you'll see that it doesn't matter who installs the kit or what brand it is for that matter, the fact remains that some cars have this problem and some don't.

Just to be clear, I wasn't telling summit that he had to purchase the harness. I was just telling him what issue I encountered with my car in case he runs into the same. This way he'll know how to remedy the situation without panic.

rendered
02-02-2009, 02:09 PM
You know that all BMW's were not created on the same day right? My car was a 2000 and sure it was not as perfect as your 2004 so I feel I must point out a few things.
First, my kit was from Ivan (which I still have and use) and it just didn't want to work sometimes. Installing an HID kit isn't brain surgery and I've done it twelve or so times so I think I know what I'm doing. He suggested the harness which I purchased from him and it worked.
Second, why would they make or better yet why would Ivan carry and suggest the harness if some cars weren't having this issue?
And third, you should read around other forums lighting section and you'll see that it doesn't matter who installs the kit or what brand it is for that matter, the fact remains that some cars have this problem and some don't.

Just to be clear, I wasn't telling summit that he had to purchase the harness. I was just telling him what issue I encountered with my car in case he runs into the same. This way he'll know how to remedy the situation without panic.

No problem! You're right, every car/year is different. Ivan knows which car needs the harness and which car doesn't! In this case, I would listen to him. He's the HID expert, not me. And I was simply telling summit, I've never experienced any bulb warnings, or issues having Prop'R'one's HID kit in my fog lights, nor the 10+ other cars I've bought and installed his kits in. They all power on perfectly, everytime. No flickering or failures.

I'm completely satisfied.