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Old 27-11-2017, 20:23   #1
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Intermittent bulb warning (led)

(Mainly) when itís cold I get a buldpb warning for front right daylight running light. Itís always this bulb.

To clear it starting the car and turning off then restarting is enough.

Itís getting more common this winter, last winter it never happened until the car was left in a car park for a week whilst i I was on holiday.

Any tips to resolve or is the only solution a different bulb?

If it helps I used the ones recommended on here, from hids-direct
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