Hi does anyone know where I could get the Led high beam bulbs from I bought some but they are three and a half inches long and are to big car is a Kia ceed eco 1.6 crdi on a 61 plate I’ve tried EBay but can’t find anything on there thanks.
It’s something like this what I need but this one is too longAll you can do is find the bulb designation i.e. H3, H7 etc and search viewing the bulb dimensions, most higher power LED bulbs are larger than std as they have a cooling fan, that's what I found when looking for some to upgrade my 100w spot lamps, there was none available at the time, but there may be now. If not you may have to settle for the best non LED upgrade such as the Osram night breakers https://www.eurocarparts.com/p/osra...zhyB5jN0JSqw3ik3tTOCVlZc6qyPYurRoC1IwQAvD_BwE
thanks mate yes the ones I bought are way too big for the lamps the image you put on look the right size that I need did you get them off eBay?Not too scientific, but using a ruler on the 3 images I would say they are a lot shorter than the ones you have, if you look at the bit where the wire goes(the spade terminal) and divide it in to the bit that goes into the lamp body, I would say the ones you got from e bay are about 4.5 times longer in the lamps, the original and the nightbreakers appear to be 2.6 times if that makes sense.
Search though as the sellers etc are all over as you know regards honarable etc and price, this is just one seller I'm not recommending him or her or the wheel barrow designated sexual orientation !!! NIGHTEYE 2X H1 160W 1600LM 6500K Cool White LED Fog Light Bulbs DRL Light | eBay
[/QUOT. I’ve looked but doesn’t say they would fit a Kia ceed eco 1.6crdi 2011
To be honest I find the headlamps in my Ceed pretty decent, especially on full beam.
I've got the projector type of light units. How well do LEDs perform by comparison to the usual filament bulbs?
My usually experience historically is that the lights appear very bright to look at but don't thrown much light down the road.