thanks a lot. very good documentation
I can pull motors out, transmissions, and rear ends but I start replacing my city light and DRLs with LED and now nothing works to include my headlights. My DRL bulbs were out before and no bulb out on dash now after installing the LED its on. I'm about to bash the lights with a baseball bat! Grrrr
Yes I just did it. Pull it out of the housing and pull the bulb. Take the other bulb and install it. It can only go one way so be ready to pull it back out and flip it. If you have the city light conversion from ECS pull the bulb out of the harness. You're not gonna use it.
Ok so I am planning on replacing the stock headlight bulbs and need further clarification. I read that it is a H7 bulb but what I was told was that it was a H7(55)? Is there a difference or will a SilverStar H7 work fine as plug n play? Also while examining the headlight housing it appears we have separate bulbs for low/high? Are they both H7's? Do I need a total of 4 bulbs?
I just installed LED lights in my 2012 Jetta TDI. I am getting a warning light on the dash (light bulb symbol) . All the lights work except the front and rear passenger overhead lights. They work if you manually turn them on but when opening the door(s) they are barely on. When I shut the door they stay on but are very dim. To shut them off I have to turn both front and back switches to the off position. Any ideas ?
I bought this for my drl . It got lost in the mail ( waited like 3 months. I called them , got back a refund and ordered them back . Finally got it ( 2 weeks). I was overjoyed. When I installed them , got the error code and on top of it all it was the wrong color ( red) o.0 :Faint:
I don't understand this bullb does not work for me and it works for other people. I have a euro jetta tsi 1.4
VDuB !N I)@ H@u$
VDuB !N I)@ H@u$