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Introducing G10 LED bulb
Do not use this bulb for projector headlights except for H1 and H3 bulbs:
The bulky head shape of this bulb does not allow light to escape the projector type headlight except for bulb socket H1 and H3. Therefore, the beam pattern in terrible. It is ok to use as fogs, high beam mainly.
Aftermarket headlights LED bulb replacement:
Most aftermarket full housing headlights comes with H1 bulb that are really hard to replace with a plug&play LED bulb that either fits at all or has a good beam
pattern. G10 is 90% of the times a direct fit with a slight need to bend the retainer clip pin to fit around to core of the bulb perhaps in some cases. It’s unique head shape fits perfectly the extremely small factory size halogen resting location and offers a perfect beam pattern. (Read more)
- <WARNING> Ensure no contact with hard surface against LED chip. Any micro scratches will reduce its lifespan. Keep clean. Avoid touching LED chip with bare hands.
- Once ready to install the new G10 bulb into headlight/fog housing, inspect from the front of vehicle, looking into the headlight, and check for bulb position. LEDs should ALWAYS be pointed left and right. Never up and down nor even in a slight angle.
- If headlights housing is inclosed with a dust cap, simply place the drive box inside. If not inclosed, zip tie the driver against any fix parts near to avoid extreme rattling.
Vehicles using high beam as DRL:
- Vehicles using high beam as DRL often need a PWM modules to stop the flickering when used on the “AUTO” mode during daylight such as Toyota’s to name only one.
- This isn’t a decoder/can-bus. It only serves the purpose of boosting the power sent to the LED chips because when the light is used as a DRL, the vehicle only sends 50% of the available power to deem the light.