I won't be changing mine. I guess I'm the only person that don't like them, don't like the looks when their on. Can't really say why but I just don't like the looks of them.
You probably don't like the blue color of the led light, these led's are a warm light and are very simular to your standard lights...(.1x BA15S 1156 1141 Dome bulb 36-1210 SMD LED,Warm White)
These led's are brighter than your standard bulbs and use way less energy. I changed all the inside bulbs. They come direct from China on Ebay....about $4.00....
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For tail lights and brake lights stay away from the LED lamps. Either replace the fixture completely or at least use the retrofit flat panels. The ones that are similar to the incandescent lamp will only have a dim glow in the center of the fixture.
Do NOT get these;
Do NOT get these;
Uh oh, those are the types I was looking at.
So, they are no brighter than incandescent bulbs?
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The brightest SMD (surface mount diode) LED lights will use the 5050 SMD LED. It is like 3 diodes in one package. You will also need many of them to have a bright light. You probably also want the bright white, rather than the warm white, for external lights. Buy one and see if you like it. The Chinese LEDs on eBay usually have free shipping.
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I must be in the minority, am not a big fan of led's, they are brighter, use less power, and that's the reason I bought them. However mine have not lasted very long, and also should add they were a lot more costly than regular bulbs.
zztinker, I guess you're right I have a couple of led flashlights and it's the blueish look that I don't care for, the same with the blueish headlights on some of the newer cars. But when I'm behind a vehicle with led brake lights they bother my eyes, but my eyes are real sensitive anyway. Since I don't dry camp I'm not worried about energy usage so I'll just stay with my regular bulbs, thanks anyway for telling me about the more normal looking led's.