These LC plus series LED bulbs can work well on most vehicles. But when they cause the flickering issue or error code on your vehicle, you will need one pair of the decoder to cancel the error. Pcs LED Bulbs + Manual. Our LED replaces halogen bulbs ONLY.It does not replace HID or LED from factory. LED Chips: Lasfit customized LED chips. Lifespan: Over 30,000 hours. Waterproof Rate: IP67 Water and Dust Seal, CE, RoHS. Q1: Do You Know Why Need to Upgrade Halogen to LED? A: The forward light may be one of the most important parts in your car. The brightness and lifespan of the original car lights are not enough, they consume a lot of power, and they will become darker and darker as time goes by. In fog, rain, snow, dusty and other low visibility weather, driving has become a very dangerous thing! It is very important for vehicles and pedestrians to find each other in the distance. For the safety of you and the traffic participants, it is worthwhile to upgrade your halogen bulbs to LED bulbs. Q2: Will LASFIT LCplus LED Bulbs dim after a periord of time? A: Have you ever experience that the led bulbs are noticeably dimming after a periord of time?
LASFIT LED Bulbs not only focus on the brightness, but also on luminous efficiency. LASFIT LED bulbs have truly achieved a high level of 1W=100LM with an upgraded led tech, higher luminous efficiency and lower heat generation, makes the led bulbs more stable and keep the brightest state in a long term use. Q3: Will These LED Light Bulbs Fit My Vehicle? Q5: My item has not arrived, what's taking so long?
A: Sometimes items take longer than expected, especially if it's going far or to rural area. Check with your post office to see if your item has been held up. If your item still has not arrived after a few days, let us know so we can double check for you and help solve it asap. Q7: I bought the wrong items/ the items were not compatible with my vehicle. Q8: Do I need any warning canceler parts or resistor on my vehicle?1 Actually, Lasfit LED bulbs can work well on most vehicles and the they won't need any warning canceler parts. 2 For some models of Dodge, Ram, Jeep, and Chrysler, they will need an the anti-flicker resistor/ warning canceler to avoid the compatibility issue. Q9: Are Lasfit LED bulbs plug and play? Do I need any modification? 1 For most vehicles, Lasfit LED bulbs could offer a plug and play installation. 2 For factory H1, H3 and HID bulbs, some modifications will be needed, but it's easy to make it work. 3 We also have custom design led bulbs (Pro series) which can custom fit your vehicle without modification. Q10: Do I need to mention the Year, Make and Model in the notes when place order? Please include the Year, Make, and Model in the notes section during checkout to ensure you receive everything needed for your kit! Q11: My bulbs won't fit, help!
A: Special bulb holder may be required. See if you can take the holder from the stock bulb. If not, let us know.The bulb size may be wrong, double check the item you received with the item you ordered. Do you have an aftermarket lighting housing? These may not be perfectly fitted for aftermarket bulbs and will require some manual modifications. Q12: Neither side lighting up? Both sides flicker, flash, or work inconsistantly. A: Check the headlight fuses, and then check the ballast plugs to insure correct installation. If this doesn't work, there may be a voltage problem with the vehicle. You probably just need a relay or capacitor. Unlike halogen bulbs, LED are polarity sensitive. BEFORE you start your LED kit installation, verify the polarity on your vehicle by simply plugging the LED bulb into your vehicle socket.
If your light turns on, please proceed to install both bulbs onto your vehicle. If your light DOES NOT turn on, disconnect the bulb and flip the socket in order to reverse the polarity (this will not damage your vehicle electrical system in any way). Once you made sure the LED bulb turns on, please proceed to install both bulbs onto your vehicle.Note: There is no convention when it comes to polarity. Different car manufactures have different polarity setup, even within the car model the polarity setup on your low beams and high beams might be different.