The main and dip bulbs took under 5 minutes to replace.
The driver's sidelight bulb was relatively easy too.
The passenger sidelight though....jeeeeez,what a job.
Some very sore wrists after that one.
I went for a night country drive to test the bulbs and I'm reasonably impressed,but glad I only spend £40 at the same time.
There is an improvement,although not a massive one.The light is definitely 'whiter' and they do seem to pick up road signs better than the standard bulbs.
As I said,at £40 I'm reasonably happy.If I'd spent more I think I'd have been a bit hacked off.
I still think the 'cut off' on dip is a bit too severe,which is obviously a design 'fault'. If I could 'raise' (tilt back) the headlights a tad I'd be happier but we couldn't really see a way to do this. [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/confused.gif[/img]