They are not o/e xenon.philayl said:HI, there are two bulbs each side, one for the main beam and one for the dipped beam, they are numbered H1 and H7. I bought mine off e-bay for a very good price, worth getting a couple of spares. Will look for the dealer and post back.
To confuse things further, some of the aftermarket H1 Xenon bulbs are advertised as 'HID Xenon H1' - well they are not HID because they use regular 12V, so if the box says 'H1' then it's not your bulb.irmscherkris said:markjay-thanks buddy thats exactly the info i was looking for:Cool2:
hotel21-hold the thought!:Cool2:
sounds2k-yes auto field.... something or other fat cable..... real ones!:Cool2:
i have had some one say with it being stood for months on end it might just want leaving on for a while? tbh i have had prices from 30-180 quid and normally i pay bout 3 quid for bulbs so i am gonna wait until the other jobs are done see if it improves then bite the bullet:shame:
Mark DTM, I think this should have been PMed to you.... :lmao:igg21uk said:Copied from a site about HID lamps - might be a good reason to use a VX brand ????
Ballasts are not interchangeable among different types of HID lamps. A ballast design incorporates electronic circuitry to provide specific lamp/ballast operating characteristics. As an example, the effects of line voltage variations on resultant changes of lamp wattage are a function of the ballast circuit design. Requirements for a circuit which will provide a finer degree of lamp regulation generally result in a higher ballast cost.