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Old 10-11-2007, 12:03 PM   #1
 
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Default changing reverse light bulb

two part post: first; how in difficult is it to change the reverse light bulb? havent taken a look yet but figured id ask too.

second; anyone use led bulbs to replace the standard fillament bulb?
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Changing any light bulbs is simple. The rears are easier than the front if that what you want to hear. Easier by means of you won't have to wash your hands after changing bulbs. The front as you know are cover by the fender liner so it's dirty.

Anyways, I would recommend against the LED bulbs because standard filaments will do the job just fine. LED might short-blind other drivers...depending on how bright they are. Check with your local law enforcement rules on light bulb use.

If you are going to use japan spec taillights then only LED standard are brake lights.
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Default Re: changing reverse light bulb (Sturmmann)

we recently had the widows tinted and i dont want to use high watt bulbs. changing rears easier than fronts....exactly what i wanted to hear Click the image to open in full size.
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