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37mm RAID3-5K Upgrade LED - pure White - Anti-onboard-computer OBC error - 6418 - C5W - 5 000K

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37mm RAID3 LED bulb - pure White - Anti-on-board computer error - 6418 - C5W - Built-in anti-OBC resistor - Xenon effect - Made in Germany

Use

Some recent and top-of-the-range vehicles (latest BMW, AUDI, VW models) have an electronic system that checks that the vehicle's bulbs are working properly. This system may cause on-board computer (OBC) errors with a standard LED. Effectively, if an LED uses very little energy, the electronic system considers that the bulb is burned out (when it has not) and displays an error message on the obc.

The 37mm LED has been specifically designed to prevent these on-board computer errors and prevent overvoltages, whilst providing excellent quality pure white lighting.

This product comprises an external resistor for demanding onboard computers (Audi A3 8P Facelift, A4 B7, A1, VW Tiguan 2012, Skoda Superb 3T, Octavia 2 Facelift, Fabia 2 Facelift, Yeti, Seat Exeo, Leon 2 Facelift, Fiat)

Examples of use:

- Licence plates

These LED bulbs are also suitable for replacing original bulbs : 6418LL, 6461, 6486LL, 6486X, 12864, DE3423, DE3425 …

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N.B. like all high-power light sources, LED lights can damage the eye. You are advised not to apply its light beam directly in the eye for an extended period of time.

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5/5 by Alain R. on 01/21/2020
Finally solves the problem of a very sensitive on-board computer on the control of the bulb of the trunk lighting (Mercedes C219)
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