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-The kits available on ebay for £15 in blue or white. ​+===== DIY Angel eye Headlamps =====
  
-Take the headlight out (unplug and give them a good tug)  
  
-Take the glass off, work ur way around the glass gently prizing with a screwdriver,​ take ur time because somethings liable to break!! ​+The kits available on ebay for £15 in blue or white. ​
  
-{{angel_eye_conversion001.jpg|}} +  - Take the headlight out (unplug and give them a good tug)  
- +  - Take the glass off, work ur way around the glass gently prizing with a screwdriver,​ take ur time because somethings liable to break!!\\ ​{{angel_eye_conversion001.jpg|}} 
-Take the larger of the 2 rings ( they are marked left and right) and sit it into the headlight (flat side at the back) and drill a hole for the cable. When happy with the position hold it there with a bit of tape and put a few blobs of superglue to secure. ​ +  ​- ​Take the larger of the 2 rings ( they are marked left and right) and sit it into the headlight (flat side at the back) and drill a hole for the cable. When happy with the position hold it there with a bit of tape and put a few blobs of superglue to secure.\\ {{angel_eye_conversion002.jpg|}} 
- +  ​- ​Take the smaller ring, drill hole for cable, tape and superglue. When the glue has dried use a decent adhesive ie araldite and run a bead along the edges of the rings that touch the reflector.\\ {{angel_eye_conversion_003.jpg|}} 
-{{angel_eye_conversion002.jpg|}} +  ​- ​When dry remove any tape left, clean the edge of the glass and where it sits and araldite back in place. Leave to dry, connect and hey presto!!\\ {{angel_eye_conversion_004.jpg|}}
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-Take the smaller ring, drill hole for cable, tape and superglue. When the glue has dried use a decent adhesive ie araldite and run a bead along the edges of the rings that touch the reflector. ​ +
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-When dry remove any tape left, clean the edge of the glass and where it sits and araldite back in place. Leave to dry, connect and hey presto!! ​ +
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-//Hints and tips:// ​ 
  
-//When you first sit them in they look a bit big, dont be tempted to cut a bit off cos the light will shine through the cut edges!!  +**//Hints and tips://** 
-Trust me they fit as they are! + 
-They will an MOT and they can be wired into where your sidelights are wired too - just attach two flat clips on and slot them into the slot the sidelights would normally be wired too! +//When you first sit them in they look a bit big, dont be tempted to cut a bit off cos the light will shine through the cut edges 
-It is also possible to get some CCFL ones aswell, which in my opinion look loads better! +They will pass an MOT and they can be wired into where your sidelights are wired too - just attach two flat clips on and slot them into the slot the sidelights would normally be wired too! 
-Also be sparing with the glue as it can react to the heat and go a nasty yellow//+It is also possible to get some CCFL ones aswell. 
 +Also be sparing with the glue as it can react to the heat and go a nasty yellow.//
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