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Re: E36 Clear lights - help (archive)

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Posted by M3Power on April 28, 2000 at 12:31:17:

In Reply to: E36 Clear lights - help posted by AK on April 28, 2000 at 12:15:29:

Hey-

Well the front clear corners you can order from many places. Most sell factory quality ones that will not leak water. You can order from many places; I got mine used from a fellow bimmer.org member.

I think that they come with the orange bulbs if you order them new from Bavarian Autosport. If not you need to add the amber bulbs. The clear sideindicators are completely clear, and the Eurotailight takes away the small amber peice so that you have one clear strip across the top and 2 "rows of red".

Basically, having clear lights is illegal. They won't usually stop you, but you definitely want to have the amber bulbs wherever you put the clear lights. If they see you flashing blue taillights, then that might prove to be a problem.


hope that helps

M3Power


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