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  1. Mathew nicholas

    Mathew nicholas New Member

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    Just wondering if anyone has fitted led lights to there car instead of the normal lights tried but keep burning out the ballast
     
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  3. NHN

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    Burning out the ballast with the led bulbs or existing xenon ballast?

    More data needed.
     
  4. DieselJake

    DieselJake Well-Known Member VCDS Map User

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    Front or rear, indicators or side lights or interior or full beam or breaking or I dunno.

    My experience with LED's hasn't been very good on my b6 other than interior lights and number plate lights and I've had/changed allot of bulbs/light clusters on the car in the past 7+ years I've owned it.
     
  5. Mathew nicholas

    Mathew nicholas New Member

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    Burning out the brand ne ballast with the new led lights seems like they overheat then blow
     
  6. DrStrange

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    Yes! The world is your oyster now with regards to how much choice you have.

    Go on Amazon and search for LED lights with the highest operating Lumens (LM's) I've got a set and are very bright at night.
     
  7. DrStrange

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    Also, older gen LED's where Sh*t and would burn out like Jake says above. Just read the reviews and choose which one to go for.

    Im 2 in years and love mine. They do run VERY hot so ensure you wrap the wires in 'Kapton' tape. (Heat proof tape)
     

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