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2002 F150 Headlights Help

Old 01-05-2017
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I recently ordered new led headlights bulbs and so far they have been pretty good except for the low beam i can't see anything with it so I just run my high beams. I am looking for advice on a new setup trying to keep cost pretty low for this so just little things right now. I do a lot of night driving and need to be able to see looking for good visibility but still maintain that 6000k look. I know the obvious light bar would help but I am also trying to remain somewhat close to street legal
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Old 01-29-2018
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I paid $23.00 for hi wattage LED headlight bulbs 6000k from China for my 2005 f150 on eBay. they have turbine cooling fans built-in.they will definitely do the job.I have trouble seeing at night and these are so powerful, I never have to use the high beams. I will save you some trouble on installation time. they are not exact replacement without minor modifications. as they come they will not go all the way into the bulb socket and twist lock. you must trim one of the fins on the bulbs a quarter to three eights inch to push all the way in and twist-lock. I hope this helps.I have been running these for 2 months now with no problems
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