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#257140 17-Sep-2019 14:14
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I have a blown HID car lamp bulb, where do people get their replacements from nowadays?

 

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  #2319218 17-Sep-2019 14:53
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Just throwing it out there - is your setup compatible with an LED array?


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  #2319240 17-Sep-2019 15:12
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tehgerbil:

 

Just throwing it out there - is your setup compatible with an LED array?

 

 

i'm not sure! (not that I know)





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  #2319294 17-Sep-2019 16:26
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I got mine from ebay, but they took a few weeks to arrive. Otherwise, Repco or Super Cheap Auto as otherwise your car is off the road after dark until you get a replacement.


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  #2319349 17-Sep-2019 18:42
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Repco have their own range as well as Narva branded ones, both of which I sold a few of and never had any issues with.

They also seem to be having a 30% off online coupon promo ending midnight tonight, which considering they start at ~$100 should help a bit.

Regardless, if you haven't already, you will need to whip one out to see what type it is.

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  #2319386 17-Sep-2019 19:26
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Ok thanks!




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  #2319453 17-Sep-2019 20:12
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I bought replacement HID bulb for Toyota Estimata from supercheap to sadly find the builb was fine. Turns out the ballast was gone. Bought 2nd hand headlight unit.

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  #2319458 17-Sep-2019 20:25
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Hmm. My light turns on but it only glows and not shine. Is that a ballast or bulb problem?





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