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tiny bulb in headlight replace

You know where your park light is.. when you turn on the first knob on the switch the little bulb in the headlight come on (i'm assuming it's 194); can i change that bulb to like red ? will that be legal or what? i mean u obviously can have red light as break light but can u have 2 tiny red light up front?:D
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Not unless your on your way to a fire......:)
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Prepare yourself for a $400 ticket my friend :) cops here are very strict like that, and especially like to pick on people with red and blue lights.

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i'm changing mine to amber. the only colors that are fine are orange(amber); yellow, white and the white with the blue tint like certain aftermarket headlights. red is a no-no!, unless your a cop.
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but we can have break light that's red... gayxor
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LOL. Well personally I'm quite happy with that law. Don't need people pretending to be firemen and cops out there.




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i don't want to be a fireman, i want to be a damn dou red spot light growing at you in the night ..:P
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Reading Topic: tiny bulb in headlight replace

red is a no no...so is blue...only colors you can change that to are amber and white....and that's straight from an email i got from a cop.
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where can i find the white with the hint of blue in it? is it a xenon bulb? cuz i have a blue LED to put in there, but im a little hesitant.
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Reading Topic: tiny bulb in headlight replace

Since blue and red are reserved strictly for emergency vehicles, using bulbs of this color on the front of your vehicle is definately not a good idea. I would imagine that would constitute a straight-up ticket instead of just a warning.....depends of the cop I guess. Either way it's ilegal.

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