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A4 B7 Cab front and rear lights LEDS

Discussion in 'Audi S4/A4/A4 Cab (B7 Chassis)' started by woddle1000, Jan 24, 2013.

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    [Jan 24, 2013]
    Hi everyone, I have a B7 cab 3.0 and for some time now I have had water getting into my light units on front and back, the bulbs blow extremely quickly because of this

    has anyone changed do daylight LEDs? is it worth doing? any pics?

    can anyone recommend anyone in hte north west for supply or supply and fit?

    thanks in advance, Steve
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    [Jan 24, 2013]
    try the search theres quite a few that have done the devil headlights
    i did them on 1 of my a4's
    took them off after a month the oem just look better to me.
    they dont do LED for the rear on the cabby.
    well i havent found any yet.
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    [Jan 24, 2013]
    i had a quick shufty around on here but the search isn't brilliant, wanted people opinions first too so you wasn't fond of them? thanks for the reply :)
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    they look good and quality is good
    but for me the oem are better looking
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    ok, thanks mate, appreciate it :)
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    [Jan 24, 2013]
    Strange you're getting water in both front & rear, I would reseal the edges with some sikaflex or the like & see if this fixes the issue.
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    [Jan 26, 2013]
    yeah tbh I did fancy giving the car a bit of a facelift too but rear lights are a no go, unless anyone has heard of any anywhere?
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