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Old December 9th, 2015, 18:55   #61
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As a fellow Bedfordite who just installed my trunk light, I can say it makes a HUGE difference. Lights up the driveway at night when I lift the hatch - well worth getting!
Sorry - my profile says Halifax, but I live in Bedford.
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Old December 13th, 2015, 16:55   #62
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As a fellow Bedfordite who just installed my trunk light, I can say it makes a HUGE difference. Lights up the driveway at night when I lift the hatch - well worth getting!
Sorry - my profile says Halifax, but I live in Bedford.
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Old January 1st, 2016, 22:27   #63
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The LED's are amazing and worth the price... Go for it, you wont be disappointed!

The customer service is excellent!
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Old January 4th, 2016, 08:51   #64
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The LED's are amazing and worth the price... Go for it, you wont be disappointed!

The customer service is excellent!
Thank you - we appreciate you taking the time to write this post.

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Old January 7th, 2016, 15:47   #65
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How many lumens does each bulb emit? What is the beam width?
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Old January 8th, 2016, 11:08   #66
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http://deautokey.com/product/led-rev...ght-pure-white

How many lumens does each bulb emit? What is the beam width?
It is 400 lumens - our other one is 600:
http://deautokey.com/product/new-osr...ght-pure-white


180 beam angle when in your housing.


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Old January 8th, 2016, 12:55   #67
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Wow! 400 & 600 lumens is fantastic. It looks like the 400 would be the max to use since the stock 1156/P21 bulbs draw 0.42 Amperes of current and a 600 lumens LED module requires a current draw of 0.84 Amperes (vs 0.56 Amperes for the 400 lumens).
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Old January 8th, 2016, 16:54   #68
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Wow! 400 & 600 lumens is fantastic. It looks like the 400 would be the max to use since the stock 1156/P21 bulbs draw 0.42 Amperes of current and a 600 lumens LED module requires a current draw of 0.84 Amperes (vs 0.56 Amperes for the 400 lumens).
No, you are fine with both, they have resistors to eliminate any issues with heat.

We fell you will be very happy with the 400 lumen though.

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Old January 13th, 2016, 09:50   #69
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Old January 15th, 2016, 17:47   #70
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don't miss out on bright reverse LEDs:
BRIGHT REVERSE LEDS FOR THE AUDI A3
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Old January 20th, 2016, 04:08   #71
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4pc tool kit always comes in handy:
http://deautokey.com/product/4-piece...d-installation
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Old January 21st, 2016, 21:23   #72
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Footwell diy:
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since the installation of the deautoled footwells was a little tricky for me (the housing and setup might be different since i have a 2016), here's a guide of how to do it. I've included a few pictures of the highlights of the processes).
driver's side (first 3 pictures)
step 1 -
starting on the driver's side, locate the footwell led. Using a flathead screwdriver (installation would be easier with the deautoled interior toolkit), stick the flathead into the small cutout and pop out the housing.

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the housing will be connected to the power supply. Carefully detach the cable by pushing in on the two small tabs on the side of the cable. Then, remove the black casing. Carefully remove the oem led and replace it with the deautokey led.

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pop the black casing back on, plug back into the cable (this will likely be difficult because of the tight spacing, but won't be as difficult if you don't have large hands like i do). Once plugged back in, pop the housing back into place. The driver side is now done.

passenger's side (last 4 pictures)
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the housing on this side is somewhat difficult to remove, but be patient and you will get it. What i did to remove the housing was to use the head of a nail on the right most side of the housing (there will be a small notch, just like the driver's side housing). Once you've pulled enough, there will be a small gap where you will need to poke your flathead screwdriver into. Push down on this stubborn housing and it will come out.

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unplug the cable from the housing (same as the driver's side). Now you will be holding the housing with the black casing. Now you must stick your flathead screwdriver into the tiny gap between the upper housing and the black casing. Carefully push in and remove the casing. On the other side, there will be two very small tabs that need to be pushed in with a good bit of force. The casing should now be removable from the housing.


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remove the oem led and carefully insert the deautokey led (make sure the small plastic is connected with the small holes on the led board). Carefully put the casing back on, plug the the led back into the cable, and push back into the original position. The passenger's side is now done!

minorly tricky installation, but be patient and you will be rewarded with two powerful and awesome lights!
Hope this guide was helpful! Let me know if you've found a better way to do it so i can change the guide. :d
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Old January 24th, 2016, 11:56   #73
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all LEDs for your MK4 Jetta:
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All LEDs for your MK4 GTI/GOLF:
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Old January 25th, 2016, 06:53   #74
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thanks for using the discount code! all orders ship today with a tracking #
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Old January 28th, 2016, 15:51   #75
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Haha true that, thanks for the reply. So just now I flipped the bulb and I think it doesn't show any error code anymore. So I guess you can use that method to test if you got you bulb the right way.
Also mine is not really that bright compare to the picture I've seen in the thread... but maybe because I have tails with fog...lol
With that said, I'll just post some picture for anyone who are looking to install these LED on tails with fog and RVC.
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I will tell you that $39.99 is not expensive for these LEDs, it is a very fair price and less expensive vs competitors with similar bulbs.
What LEDs are you trying to compare these to in price? We have not seen any other LED with the same color temp, brightness, and not requiring any type of wiring to have them error free.
$39.99 gets you - bright no-tap LEDs - lifetime warranty - free shipping - peace of mind when reversing knowing you can see everything and people can see you:
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Thanks for the orders and photos over the past few weeks - another great customer photo - please note without the reverse LEDs that area is pitch black - no outside lights are in that photo - ONLY OUR REVERSE LEDS!
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Huge difference from stock bulbs. Power went out last night and I leave for work at 6am so it was about as dark as it can get. These bulbs completely illuminate the area behind the car. Get them.
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don't wait, see and be seen! Check out what customers are saying:
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