Bought these for my truck and test fitted one bulb by trimming the tab per 'Mud instructions. Fit perfect! But then the depos came back on the market so I got those instead. 3 of the four are still in original packaging. Now I don't need these anymore. My loss is your gain. $40 local pick up...
These came off my 2000 LX470
2 front, 2 rear accumulator globes, motor All work excellent, nothing wrong with them, I removed them for OME Lift Kit. $450.00 for all, Plus shipping.
Hi, I'm trying to find LJ70 LED light bulb replacement options on Amazon.com (in the US).
When I look up the parts numbers it looks like the bulb OEM # would be something like 90981-13015, but that's not leading me anywhere helpful.
Thanks for any assistance you can give!
can't wrap my head around this.
i have two license plate bezels with new bulbs. none of the bulbs light up even with power supplied to them. They use too work.
removed bezel and looked. sockets look good. fuse is good. no corrosion. one wire system that shouldn't be confusing.
i have a long...
Don't see that this topic has come up lately, and knowing how fast this technology is changing, I figured it was worth bringing it up again.
I run 55/100W H4 bulbs in Hella e-code headlight housings, with a heavy-gauge home-brew harness. The light output is good, MUCH better than the crummy...
Like many, my 97 Collectors Edition has a few dash lights out. I actually had it apart not long ago and addressed most with OEM bulbs from my local dealer(at about 7$ a bulb) and did 5 or so including the D drive light. Gotta take it apart again to fix heat/air back lighting and my O/D off...
So why LED? What's the big deal?
For one: Power consumption.
The stock bulbs are 8 watts each.
That's 80 watts!
-All 10 LEDs together? only 10 watts total at 1 watt each x10.
That very reassuring when it comes to long nights of battery use when camping, etc.
Second: Brighter, more useful...