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Audi RS4 B7 LED Replacement DRL

Discussion in 'RS4 Forum (B5, B7 & B8 Chassis)' started by PetrolAholic, Sep 21, 2010.

  1. PetrolAholic

    PetrolAholic Member

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    Hey all, been looking for some replacement LED bulbs to replace the factory fit (Type 382 12v/21w) bulbs which are the DRL's.

    Just wondering if anyone has done this already? I have found some on eBay and wanted to know if anyone had come across any problems after doing this. I have decided a pure white LED colour.

    Ooh forgot to mention, this is what I am looking at. eBay - The UK's Online Marketplace
     
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  3. PetrolAholic

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    Hmm would have thought I would have had a reply by now....
     
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    i think you cant change them, once i readed in a website selling those complete b7 lights with drl, they say the led cant be changed but would last very long.
     
  5. PetrolAholic

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    For starters I tried to go down that route but my Xenons are directional ones (when I turn the steering wheel so do the lights) and so I would be at a disadvantage if I got the units (unless I wanted to pay silly money) I've took a chance and ordered them LED ones, it can only go one of 2 ways!
     
  6. caldy

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    You need 2 off 27 SMT 1156 LEDs from LEDlight in US. Also need 2 off ex-Rapid HS25-10R resistors to prevent a bulb out warning in the DIS. Simple to fit, preferably using thin, strong fingers because Audi do not give you much extra cable length or space in which to work!
     

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