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Front Fog Bulbs

Hi all. still here and car going great, 56k done now. Anyway have a front fog bulb gone but am having trouble sourcing it. Also having searched the forum there was a comment that if one goes the other won't be far behind. So if someone could recommend a make and type I would appreciate it/
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The bulb is 9145 for the fogs, recently someone brought the wrong size, easily done as there are a few bulbs there. Plenty on ebay but consider a HID kit if you can.


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Yes, indeed, that is a good suggestion. HID fogs are fantastic.

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Any thoughts on the LED one available on fleabay????

Jim.

The reason I ask is I want to change all my front lights to white (side lights, fog lights and high beam) to match the white of the dipped beam.

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LED don't give off enough light for you to see the road properly,you need HIDs and if you want the same colour as your dip you'll need 4300k bulbs,the bigger the number the bluer and less bright they become


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LED don't give off enough light for you to see the road properly,you need HIDs and if you want the same colour as your dip you'll need 4300k bulbs,the bigger the number the bluer and less bright they become
The existing fogs are not much use at all...

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LEDs will be worse,you need to HID them,helluva difference and main beam,you just gotta let them warm up for a second or two
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Jimmyboy, definitely consider HID in foglights. They are great and the output more powerful than standard bulbs. You will need to get some in line capacitors, which only cost a few quids

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Don't be tempted to put in high wattage H10's. I've cooked my reflectors with 100w yellow bulbs. HID is a much better idea but be aware that the glare whilst using them in fog may make them useless. Doug
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Will these fit? they are the xenon type ?

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/H10-12v-42...item4cffa5476b

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