Yes the LEDs colour looks great.
I also did the same, plus added these special DRL strip LEDs that sit inside the gap between the bumper and bonnet.
Combination of both avoid canbus error or need of load resistor.
Last edited by mrlapou; Jan 1st, 2012 at 03:47 PM.
If that's the case, for better access remove the front wheel, pull off the power connector, then as advised in previous posting twist the connector base about 90 degrees (may require some pliers) then it's a matter of giggling the item out, being carefull not to dislodge bulb and drop it into the light housing. Grease O ring and shoulder before re-installing.
Last edited by mrlapou; Jan 1st, 2012 at 03:48 PM.
hi a question! I planned to change into LED plate number lights and other stuff as well. but the shop I went to earlier was charging me a lot! since he said mini's need a special "resistor" since the computer in mini's are kinda sensitive to changes in voltages. is this true? or just changing the lights won't affect the systems in the mini at all? I need advice! thanks people!
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