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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 05-07-2017, 09:30 PM Thread Starter
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LED Dash Bulbs?

Just curious if anyone knew the type of LED bulb I can use to replace the current OEM HY6W bulbs.

Pretty sure these would work but would like it if someone with more knowledge could chime in.

https://www.superbrightleds.com/sear...roducts/baz9s/

Thanks in advance.

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Why would you ? Those H6 Halogen are already very bright. By replacing them with LED you probably end up messing with various resistors to make them blink at the required frequency.

If you decide to take the challenge i would advice to avoid the chinese crap led's ... they proven far from reliable.
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Why would you ? Those H6 Halogen are already very bright. By replacing them with LED you probably end up messing with various resistors to make them blink at the required frequency.

If you decide to take the challenge i would advice to avoid the chinese crap led's ... they proven far from reliable.
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would you have any reccomendation for a specific brand?
PIAA? and is it not a H4 ?
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would you have any reccomendation for a specific brand?
PIAA? and is it not a H4 ?
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H6 bulbs ( thats not H4!) are common use in automotive. I'm sure any local Peugeot / Citroen dealership has plenty in stock!
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