It would be very difficult to retro fit them.Hi,
If "somebody" made the mistake of not chosing bi-xenon headlights when they ordered their car, is it possible to fit them when the car arrives? Or is it a factory fit only?
if not, should i just get some LEDs instead?
And what about the ballasts and associated wiring for them then?Shouldn't be "that" difficult to fit them, replace the headlight units and the front bumper, plumb in the tubing for the washer jets and activate it on the ecu using vag-com
(from a non-technical minded PoV)
That's far more work than i'd be happy to do!!Would be a big job to do it properly as factory you would need
Just off the top of my head, did the same on my Fabia Combi
If you used them for your dipped beams, what could you use for the full beam?Sidelights won't be bright enough on their own for country roads, but a pair of these should do the job nicely
http://www.autobulbsdirect.co.uk/H7-Philips-X-treme-Power-80-bulbs-pair.html or if you want to save £8 but not really notice much difference in the light output
So you pay £40 for led's and they last 3 months? Surely that can't be right? I thought led's were suppose to last years same with the phillips. Aren't they also suppose to out live normal bulbs?The diamonds that I have in my car aren't bright for country roads....
Tbh the LEDs will break in like 3 months mine did that... you Should eBay it more cheaper and different style.
Also philips xtremme are bright as spot light which are good die in 6 months tho......
Yeah u can use The same for full beam..
Sweet. I'll have a peek at that. Thanks.