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Old 03-18-2008, 03:22 PM   #1
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how can i get my Bosch Ellipsoids to work??

hey guys, a while ago i bought a set of Bosch euro ellipsoids from a member. They did not come with any bulbs or harnesses. I want to run HID's and im pretty sure i need H1 bulbs. But my question is what type of harness do i need for them to work. Is the e36 PnP harness that ddm tuning sells applicable in my situation?
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Old 03-18-2008, 11:47 PM   #2
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99% of euro ellipsoids are H1. The rest are H7. E36 stock plugs use 9006 connectors. If you order a kit from me, what i can do is get you a 9006 PnP replay which uses H1 bulbs. The relay would plug right into your stock wiring, and the bulbs would have the correct focal points to maximize your new ellipsoids.

Most H1 stuff is in stock in toronto, PM me for pricing info. I can show you how to install it, its very simple.
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For your high beams, you would need the basic Depo PnP wiring. I have an extra set. I'll trade it for some amber sedan corners
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For your high beams, you would need the basic Depo PnP wiring. I have an extra set. I'll trade it for some amber sedan corners
Or you can make your own with a simple wire, sleeve connector to go on the pin on the headlight, and a 9005 male connector.
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Old 03-19-2008, 01:52 PM   #5
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hey propr'one can you offer some kind of extended warranty on the HID set (ballasts and that stuff). I think i will be buying from you in a few weeks then. I just checked inside the bulb housing and it does say H1. So ill be pm'ing you in a few weeks for a set.
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