I find your post very beneficial. I for one, am not very handy. I would love to change the lights on my car and with your DIY, I might venture to do so. Thanks again for taking the time to show the light installation.
Not at all.:M5thumbs:Glad to hear you like the new lights and thank you so much for doing such a detailed review. Would you mind posting this over on our website under the product page as well?
I Agree!! What I said in my post was "I didn't want to buy it from China" since many eBay seller are located in China, and the products are sent directly from there. I also mentioned "no name overheating light brand" as a safety hazard concern! I am sure we all know there are many excellent products being made in China with superior quality by very well known manufacturers. So I personally don't have a problem with “Made in China” or “Made in Taiwan” products, as long as I can get someone to provide support for it if needed and it is a trustworthy brand.Not trying to thread crap or bash on JLevi (b/c I've bought stuff from them before and they have excellent service!) but all these lights are made in Taiwan or China. So unless it has a BMW roundel or says made in germany, then they're probably from China.