MZ6ZoomZoom said:They fire faster... they're also expensive and not always brighter.
Personally I just don't like hte look of most LED brakelights.
I looked in the manual and it stated that we need 7443 bulbs for the back brake lights, and I was thinking about switching them out with 7443 LED bulbs. I've also heard somewhere that because the LEDs require less power than standard bulbs, that our light sensors might not accept the LEDs and cause a warning light on our vehicle to show that there is a burnt bulb when there isn't one. Also, if you switch out the turn signals with LEDs it will cause the signals to blink very fast as if the bulbs needed to be replace. I hope I'm making myself clear here, but I don't know how else to describe it. In other words, the LED bulbs will work but the light sensors will make the computer think that there is something wrong.
Can you provide any thoughts or references to this issue with LED bulbs?
Thanks in advance,