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Flashing Led In Headlamps.


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Recently seen a car with flashing light inside the head lights, flashing blue thought it looked cool.

How does one go about fitting one? , I've seen plenty of the kits but they all come with screw type led's i want the ones with rubber ends.

I purchased a set years ago and can't think for the life of me how I fitted them

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Flashing blue lights? Mmm.......Clive :)

The car was parked up may I add as I know this is illegal.

Does this mean I can't have the blue lights in the head lamps if they are blue and the car is parked up over night? Obviously the lights will go out when driving as it will be wired to ignition.

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No blue lights anywhere on a vehicle whether parked or not unfortunately.

Interior lights like footwell/courtesy/dash/immobiliser are ok but defo not on the outside or in lights.

Spoil sport lol, only kidding. I know it's a no no. What about green? Are there kits out there with rubber grommet on end?

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I brought Multicoloured Sidelights when i had my Astra and was pulled over almost straight away :P Fortunatly they were nice and let me change them whilst they were there. Got a telling of and edcuated as to why i couldnt use them.

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I brought Multicoloured Sidelights when i had my Astra and was pulled over almost straight away :P Fortunatly they were nice and let me change them whilst they were there. Got a telling of and edcuated as to why i couldnt use them.

Oh dear. At least they were nice. Did you not think you would get pulled over lol.

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Any flashing lights will get you pulled other than indicators, flashing indicates someone needs right of way or is turning, sitting still with purple or whatever lights will cause you grief at some point, plus seriously that just sounds proper Gippo, may as well get a flamer kit whilst you're at it

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Any flashing lights will get you pulled other than indicators, flashing indicates someone needs right of way or is turning, sitting still with purple or whatever lights will cause you grief at some point, plus seriously that just sounds proper Gippo, may as well get a flamer kit whilst you're at it

I won't be using them whilst driving they would be purely for show at night, just like a alarm led in the car but in the head lights. They would be turned of when the ignition is turned on and turn and then turn on when the key is removed.

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I brought Multicoloured Sidelights when i had my Astra and was pulled over almost straight away :P Fortunatly they were nice and let me change them whilst they were there. Got a telling of and edcuated as to why i couldnt use them.

...wait... Pulled over for driving a Vauxhall or pulled over for the lights? Each one is a crime isn't it? I just can't work out which is worse :lol:

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