whilst fitting my silver indicator bulbs i was looking at all the other bulbs on the rear of the car
it appears i think that it has two tail/brake bulbs one top and bottom, they are not double filament so the only way i can see that they go brighter is too have 12 volts when you brake but a lower voltage has just tail lights.
Sorry to hijack your thread, but just a quick question. I'm taking delivery of a New Cooper D in the middle of September and would be keen to replace the orange bulbs for silver ones as I've ordered the white indicator pack.
Are the front and rear indicators just the standard fitting? (PY21W I think!)
Need help in fitting correct bulbs for 57 plate cooper D
One of my rear tail/brake light bulbs is not working on the driver's side. When I checked the type of bulb I was surprised to see it was a single filment type. The handbook states that the bulb should be the 21/5w type.
When I checked the other cluster (passenger side) I found one dual filament at the top of the cluster and a single bulb at the bottom.
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