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  1. Happy Birthday corsol!

  2. ...and what is the quality of the petrol in your county ? Try few tanks of 98(or 100) ......and report on forum if there will be any change....
  3. well....it is not "so easy", but it shudn`t be a big problem........just check old posts on the forum, there is a topic about that........(DIY, step by step, with pictures) And YES, U need facia adaptor & wire adaptor.
  4. 1,6 petrol 2002 here... ...........It was never changed in my car(at the moment 65000km)................, according to service plan(schedule), filter must be changed in cars/models with engines CDE... & NDE... every 60 000km or every 72 months. CDE & NDE are codes for diesel engines,code for petrol engines is ZZE.... so, obviously there is no need to change.... ...I think so
  5. I don´t think the LED(or conventional bulbs) are inside. I think there are cold catodes(CCFL)-->some kind of fluorescent lamp(only in LEXUS & Toyota !), usually used in LCD displays. Yeah cold cathodes would work for illuminating the whole panel, but there'd still need to be a point source of light for the dials, and things like the low fuel warning light. Could be EL sheets, or LEDs or whatever. I agree for warning lights(fuel, oil, engine,...), ....but for dials.........are U sure?
  6. I don´t think the LED(or conventional bulbs) are inside. I think there are cold catodes(CCFL)-->some kind of fluorescent lamp(only in LEXUS & Toyota !), usually used in LCD displays.
  7. What about that one ? Hmmm.....not so nice any more(like previous gold one) Just my opinion.
  8. check: test-H7 standard: http://www.autoexpress.co.uk/product_test/?id=60450 test-H7+30%: http://www.autoexpress.co.uk/product_test/?id=61020 test-H7+50%: http://www.autoexpress.co.uk/product_test/?id=61032 test-H7 blue: http://www.autoexpress.co.uk/product_test/?id=60539
  9. -If Xenon lights is your TOP prioroty than U should look for another car... :D -I have OSRAM light@day-low beam, high beam are OE, -No pics
  10. Check: http://www.lighting.philips.com/in_en/cons...ighting〈=en & http://www.osram.com/pdf/service_corner/Wh...ype_are_you.pdf
  11. I mean "bulbs" (with wires, balast, etc......) ....... If U want "fancy" car/lights, then allmost anything could be OK.....If you want real ( & LEGAL) performance then original parts are the answer.
  12. Just information: Anything above 5000K is not alloved in EU ! & Halogen lamps are not designed for xenon bulbs(glaring ---> opposite drivers !!!!!,....),....... & cheap xenon kits are usually chinese crap(also life time of the bulb is short)....... If U want REAL Xenon lamps, .....the solution is ORIGINAL equipment(bulb&light and not just bulb).
  13. AC also drying the air.....so...............
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