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Discussion in 'A3/S3/Sportback (8P Chassis)' started by ElliottB, Jan 19, 2012.
Can anyone tell me were they get there LED numberplate lights from?
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Hi there i got mine from t8ups on here and they work a treat .....
I will have to send a PM. is it just the bulb you replace or the whole unit? Do you have a pic of them at night?
Hi i dont have a picture but there are loads the forum ,just swapped mine over so much brighter i also done all interior leds ,puddle lights and footwell lights ,and as i live in an area with hardly any street lights its great ...
The audi bulbs are yellow and the leds are white so much better i wanted it there and then when i first seen it ...
If your car is new (last couple of years) only some LED bulbs work. I had to get mine from Germany on eBay as Trups hasn't sorted no error code ones yet for newest cars.
my car is 2006 mate
mine is november 2008, im guessing 2009> means they dont work in all facelift cars though?
Mine is 2008 facelift
I got your PM elliot,
not ignoring you, i have got 16 to get through.
Look forward to hearing from you.
Just received my new LED number plate bulbs from Auto LED Shop this morning...
Got them fitted now and just reporting that there is no bulb out warning on the DIS so all good here.
Can we see some nightime pics please? Are they as bright as the other recent LED ones we've seen and spoken about?
i use Autotronix
Keep checking the fitting. The heatsink is designed to dissipate the heat by airflow over it. To my knowledge there is no cooling air over the fins which can cause melting of the plastic fitting.
Just a cautionary warning !!
I think the flash has blown out the 2nd picture and basically enhanced the number plate reflection like a bloody speed camera...
you got a picture of what bulb it is? is it the lamp or just a replacment bulb?
had them in for months now with no issues
It's the complete led lamp unit as here...
That's good - I was merely pointing out that some festoon bulbs with heatsinks have been known to cause plastic melting problems !