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LED wiring

Discussion in 'General Land Rover Forum' started by gymmaniac, Jan 28, 2018.

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  1. Discokids

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    That all makes sense but imo nobody in the history of anything anywhere ever said they're fitting LED's to save power. People fit them because they look better, fresher and brighter.
    Meaning that to avoid changing relays or having to faff about when you hitch up, load resistors do have a place, even if technically it isn't best practice.
     
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    I fitted them coz I was fed up with changing normal bulbs. I think the pre made ones look terrible on a series.
    I also hate the blue white ones.

    I have warm light with resistors to reduce them to a similar lumens to the original.
     
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    The whole point of the relay I am referencing is it's the only one that you can use with a mixture of led and incandescent bulbs, so faff free!
     
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