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Best Answer cartman9090, 14 November 2013 - 08:23 PM

Iv'e Just Bought one of these Cree Q5™ power Led bulbs from Alltronix Limited Click HereTheir a direct replacement to the standard bulb with no wiring necessary and their also can-bus error free so guaranteed to work, their 6000k brightness colour and match the led number plate bulbs lovely,Really makes your car stand out from the crowd and excellent visibility at night, gets you noticed too even if your pulling over to fix a stranded female's flat tyre in the dark just stick the car in reverse with the engine off and you've got the equivalent of 55watts beaming from the rear of your car,Better still it doesnt even get HOT ever!also this bulb is whiter in reality than the pictures are displaying on your screen, unless you have an LED monitor you cant see exactly how white this is, its rated at 6000kThis Bulb has to be the best modification for the car I've seen to date,slightly expensive but worth every pennyTheir not just for the focus they will fit any car, van, bus or lorry with a 1156/BA15s/382 Bulb socket either 24Volt or 12Volt and that includes the focus, mondeo, fiesta, Ka, Kuga, etc;ill let the pictures do the talking i switched it in reverse at night and there's at least a 14foot beam from it lol Brilliant!!laugh.gif Cree Q5™ Now Available in RED for Fog lights Click Here £26.99 1156-Ba15s-5w-High-Power-LED-White-Car-BImage0735.jpgImage0737.jpgImage0740.jpgImage1460.jpgThanks For Looking!Please Check my List of Guides Listed Below For More Information. cool.gif


Is it this one:
http://www.alltronix...products_id=322
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#16 mitch84

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Posted 29 November 2011 - 10:45 AM

Hi Lenny

just checking my owners manuel and it says for reversing light i need P21W , does that mean the above bulb will not fit?


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Posted 29 November 2011 - 10:54 AM

This is a p21w.
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Posted 29 November 2011 - 11:05 AM

Hi Lenny

just checking my owners manuel and it says for reversing light i need P21W , does that mean the above bulb will not fit?


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Hi,
P21w is the same fitment as the focus mate,

the Cree Q5 is a P21w fitment too and roughly the same length as your standard P21w bulb
so yes it will fit 1,000% mate yes 1,000 :D

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Posted 29 November 2011 - 11:09 AM

thanks guys , just got a bit confused as the cree q5 bulb does'nt say p21w just 382 but i think thats the same.

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Posted 29 November 2011 - 11:18 AM

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The nuber plate leds you linked me too that you have are they bright as in light the number plate fully so that i dont get pulled?

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Posted 29 November 2011 - 11:21 AM

thanks guys , just got a bit confused as the cree q5 bulb does'nt say p21w just 382 but i think thats the same.
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Just checked the Alltronix website for you mate and heres the story:

P21w is the bulb size fitment and the brightness of a standard bulb

BA15s is the socket in the car that the P21w bulb fits in to
this fitment will also accept the cree Q5 as it is built based on a P21w standard bulb and designed to be a direct replacment for the P21w Bulb

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Posted 29 November 2011 - 11:26 AM

Just checked the Alltronix website for you mate and heres the story:

P21w is the bulb size fitment and the brightness of a standard bulb


BA15s is the socket in the car that the P21w bulb fits in to
this fitment will also accept the cree Q5 as it is built based on a P21w standard bulb and designed to be a direct replacment for the P21w Bulb


thats good news as ive ordered it!

may match it with the plate leds as long as they are bright and light up the number plate fully?

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Posted 29 November 2011 - 02:18 PM

thats good news as ive ordered it!

may match it with the plate leds as long as they are bright and light up the number plate fully?

cheers Lenny



these leds are bright enough and wont attract a blue light neither mate http://www.fordowner...IR#/biggrin.gif Click Here their 6000k the same as the reverse bulb

also here is a brighter interior boot light to match Click Here

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Posted 29 November 2011 - 10:50 PM

these leds are bright enough and wont attract a blue light neither mate :D Click Here their 6000k the same as the reverse bulb

also here is a brighter interior boot light to match Click Here


must resist clicking the links , Im skint now! :lol: , I did order the plate leds though!!!

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Posted 29 November 2011 - 10:58 PM

must resist clicking the links , Im skint now! :lol: , I did order the plate leds though!!!



Join the club mate, my car is off the road and under the cover cos im skint permanently lol

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Posted 29 November 2011 - 11:13 PM

Hi Lenny

Whats the delivery times like with Alltronix Limited , i cant seem to find an order history section on there site to see if my order is processing?

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Posted 29 November 2011 - 11:23 PM

Hi Lenny

Whats the delivery times like with Alltronix Limited , i cant seem to find an order history section on there site to see if my order is processing?

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When i bought from them it was through ebay, and they were £3 more expensive to buy from through ebay too,
i think it was 5 days for me mate, but im in ireland so i would expect you should recieve by friday, i have delt with the manager before as i told them i was putting this guide on the forum which may help their business and he was sound enough and very professional, so im sure you should have it by friday 1st class post http://www.fordowner...O_DIR#/cool.gif

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Posted 03 December 2011 - 12:06 PM

May attempt to fit my bulb today if it stays dry , i will also fit the number plate leds , I looked at the number plate fittings and it seems there is no screws but a little groove/clip, will read the handbook one more time to check this.

Lenny I know you had trouble at first reading a post of yours about the plate leds , any tips, I take it I use a flat head screwdriver and push inwards???

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Posted 03 December 2011 - 12:18 PM

I ordered myself one of these a few days ago, cant wait for it to arive.

I think anythings going to make an improvement over the standard reversing light, its shocking!

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Posted 03 December 2011 - 01:36 PM

May attempt to fit my bulb today if it stays dry , i will also fit the number plate leds , I looked at the number plate fittings and it seems there is no screws but a little groove/clip, will read the handbook one more time to check this.

Lenny I know you had trouble at first reading a post of yours about the plate leds , any tips, I take it I use a flat head screwdriver and push inwards???

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Thats very true mate,
i had the car 2 months and had to go back to the garage and buy 2 new reg plate light casings http://www.fordowner..._DIR#/laugh.gif
i pushed them the wrong way,

you need to push in towards the light mate,
using a small flat screw driver Push the shiny metal strip

towards the light unit and they drop out, or gently pull,
very simple when you know how lol

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