Switchback Dual-Color LED Angel Eye Halo Rings For BMW 3 5 7 Series Headlight

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This page features one set brand new switchback style xenon white/amber yellow LED Angel Eyes Kit for BMW listed below:

  • 1992-1998 BMW E36 3 Series with Euro headlights
  • 1995-2001 BMW E38 7 Series
  • 1997-2003 BMW E39 5 Series
  • 2000-2003 BMW E46 3 Series Coupe (before facelift)
  • 1999-2004 BMW E46 3 Series Sedan or Wagon with factory equipped HID xenon headlights (excluding 2004 ZHP with one piece headlamps)
  • 2001-2006 BMW E46 M3 with factory equipped HID xenon headlights

This LED BMW Angel Eyes Kit is 6 times brighter than conventional CCFL BMW Angel Eyes rings, with no blind point comparing with CCFL rings.

It has two colors: xenon white and amber yellow with delay switchback feature. You can use the amber portion as turn signal lights or you can use it simply as either white or amber BMW halo rings


  • Made with high quality SMD LED lights
  • 4 pieces LED Rings, in total 336 pieces 1210 SMD LED lights (168 pcs white & 168 pcs amber)
  • All necessary brackets, double-sided tapes are included
  • Simplified wiring setup: black wire to ground, red wire to ACC or any 12V power source for the xenon white LED and blue wire for turn signal mode
  • Direct replacement, plug and play with no modification needed
  • 6x brighter


  • Please make sure your BMW comes with factory equipped HID headlights to use this product. 
  • Installing this item will heavily involve modifications on the customer's part. 
  • Retrofitting actions may include, but not limited to: 
    • Baking open the headlamps
    • Cutting
    • Drilling 
    • Adding additional brackets to mount the LED rings
  • We highly recommend getting this professionally installed, which may cost an additional fee.

Demo Video

  • Switchback LED Angel Eyes Halo Rings For BMW E46 3 Series (youtu.be/y51aD-dtxDE)
  • BMW Switchback LED Halo Rings E36 E38 E39 E46 (youtu.be/SjywzCJfpxY)

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