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This helped me tremendously.

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Glad it was of use!

They look so much better.

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Any guess as to what temperature these lights are? I’m wondering if they were too bright white if they would be too much of a contrast at night.


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Any guess as to what temperature these lights are? I’m wondering if they were too bright white if they would be too much of a contrast at night.


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Most likely everyone here is using the 'Daylight' LEDs, meaning it would be roughly equivalent to a 5000k 55w HID.

Personally, I still go with the "Xenon" festoon bulbs from Autolumination because they aren't over the top bright and have a great color to them (despite the bulbs being blue).

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Most likely everyone here is using the 'Daylight' LEDs, meaning it would be roughly equivalent to a 5000k 55w HID.



Personally, I still go with the "Xenon" festoon bulbs from Autolumination because they aren't over the top bright and have a great color to them (despite the bulbs being blue).


Ah ok. I had already ordered the ones that Octagon linked to Check It Auto. I sent them an email but never got a response.


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I got all my bulbs done thanks to the Check It Auto kit. They’re all done except the trunk and the vanity bulbs, which I may leave alone. The reverse lights seem a little over the top bright, so I’m on the fence about leaving those in.


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