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Old 16-02-13, 10:56 AM   #31
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planning on getting the Xenon / LED DRL equipped headlamps on the hybrid. Still searching the net for sources
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there must be a cheaper version of these stupid bulbs without modifying the bulb holder ,,,,,, got the bulb out but like others dont want to pay 30 odd quid for a stupid little bulb . they dont even keep the dam things in stock !!!
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Old 26-10-13, 02:58 PM   #33
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I have just done this to my 3008. Pretty easy as long as you take your time getting the bulbs out and not dropping them

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Where did you get the LED lamps from? They look to be a great replacement.
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eBay item number 161097111534

I chose the 9w ones for all round coverage.

Took about a week to arrive.

I made a mistake and ordered 2 sets.
At least I have spares
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eBay item number 161097111534

I chose the 9w ones for all round coverage.

Took about a week to arrive.

I made a mistake and ordered 2 sets.
At least I have spares
Sweet! same wattage as the original ones? no trouble codes?
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Sweet! same wattage as the original ones? no trouble codes?
No error codes at all that I can see.

When you put sidelights or headlights on (or auto) they revert to the low glow state so do not impact on other lights.

Overall very pleased.
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Thanks to all who posted on this topic - one of the bulbs had gone on our 2011 3008 and I couldn't figure out how to get at it. Saved a potentially embarrassing trip to our local garage!

I've ordered a pair of LED replacements but have a quick question - how do I know which way round to put them? If I recall my electronics correctly, LEDs only function if they are connected into the circuit the right way round and I have no wish to fight to get the light holder back in and then find I got them wrong!

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I didn't have any issues when I put them in. Didn't even thing about polarity. Guess for these is didn't matter, or I was lucky twice


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Thanks to all who posted on this topic - one of the bulbs had gone on our 2011 3008 and I couldn't figure out how to get at it. Saved a potentially embarrassing trip to our local garage!

I've ordered a pair of LED replacements but have a quick question - how do I know which way round to put them? If I recall my electronics correctly, LEDs only function if they are connected into the circuit the right way round and I have no wish to fight to get the light holder back in and then find I got them wrong!

Thanks again

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