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#106 troy45

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Posted 30 June 2014 - 07:43 PM

Has anyone found suitable LED replacements for the facelift Mk2 with the hi-spec rear light clusters?

 

The clusters have the clear lenses, rear lights as LED units then the brake light bulbs are red with offset AND staggered pins - my ST blew one of these a few months ago and without going on the web I struggled getting a replacement bulb from anywhere other than a Ford dealer.

 

The ebay seller I've got LED's off in the past couldn't help either   :unsure:



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#107 SuperSixFour

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Posted 14 August 2014 - 03:44 PM

Hi Troy,

Did you ever get to the bottom of this?

I've got the LED clusters too and it annoys me that the brakes are not LED.

The number on the bulbs is PR21W 12v, I can't find these either.

Will a single filament P21W fit?

If not does anyone know if we can we change the bulb holders for P21w or will that not work? Is it difficult?

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#108 troy45

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Posted 14 August 2014 - 06:18 PM

Hi Alex

 

I didn't make any further progress with it sorry, would have been a 'nice to have' but had other electrical mods I needed to sort out first.

 

Off top of my head the best solutions would be to either change the bulb holder or perhaps try and modify the pins on a P21W so it suits the offset & staggered pin bulb holder.

 

I'd say changing the bulb holder would be the more robust fix, you will have lots of choice then which particular bulbs you decide to use and no worries about a bulb falling out etc




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