I found some LED one's on ebay, but they come from China. I only say that because it would take a long time to get here.http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors...37df3What do you guys think, better because of the low heat?I'm tempted to order some. If I did, should I just wait until after I get them to install them on the Versa? For ease of exchanging them, or is it pretty easy to go back and change the bulb later?NODES wrote:What about L.E.D bulbs? That is if they make them for fog lights. Run cool and bright light
Christmas is around the cornerwilliamk10 wrote:Just a couple of updates. I hope to have this side in and tested for beam angle today so I can get the other side done and in by tonight.
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I want to get the yellow film too. But would the lights turn green when you put yellow film on the fogs that have a blueish tint?barra wrote:http://www.lamin-x.com
I am not sure if the battery will make the difference but a high output alternator should.williamk10 wrote:Use the 10 amp fuse. 7.5 will blow it.
Also, the Add a Circuit wiring can only handle 10 amps
I bought a sheet of 4x8 inch yellow Lamin X from the website. I'll but 3.5" circles and install it soon. The light is white but I like yellow for fogs. We'll see how it turns out.
As for the foglights themselves, been using them for the past few days with no problems. Only thing I noticed was at night when I have the HID's on, the car idle's dangerously close to 500 rpm. Any lower and the engine will stall. I suppose another accessory adds to the load and the engine needs to produce more electricity for it. I wonder would an Optima Red Top help. I had one before in a previous car and it improved everything from the lights to the stereo to the speed of the power windows