LED headlight ??

Asked by Mohamad Oct 28, 2018 at 03:49 PM about the 2017 Hyundai Elantra LE Sedan FWD

Question type: Car Customization

hi everyone
I have question
I own brand new 2017 elantra  and I didn't like the headlights output especially I drive often highway  What are the possible problems that may happen if converted headlight from halogen to LED? without mension  the beam pattern or distance or cut off (because I have found very good led's same haloen pattern )now the only matter thing for me is Electricity system in the car so the Q is What are the possible problems that may happen if converted headlight from halogen to LED?

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If you get the proper LED's there should not be any problems electrically, they are plug and play direct replacement units. however if you get i universal set they may need a stabilization module to make the units function properly. I have converted both my wife Caddie and my Yukon to full LED lighting as well as my motorcycle, the only one I had any problem with was the Caddie, it required the module for the lights to operate properly and rerouted the DRL's to the fog lights with an override switch in case she wanted to run them with the headlights on..

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thank you so much for help so there is no issue may happen ??ok I found this led's and they look very suitably for my headlight housing since it's limit space and I can close the dust cover here is photo (the low beam in my car 9005 size ) are they good ?? and thank you again for your help


I tried that style once, very short lifespan, I think they run too hot without an adequate heatsink, I don't see a lumin listed for the lamps, so who knows what your going to get as far as brightness, at least the color is close at 5700K. I would find out the lumins before buying.


I just checked mine and they are 7500 lumins per bulb, so across the front of my Yukon with 4 bulbs that gives me 30000 lumins on high beam, as I have the 4 high beam kit in my rig.

thanks again for keep in touch ok sir do you advice me for good LED set ??


Heres a chart. http://BulbFacts.com/led-kits/chart/ Or try going to you tube and search good LED headlights. Personally I use Lasfit but I had to do a little modifying to make room for the fans, minor operation on both my rigs. I don't know what clearances you have so you will need to do some research, but you need some with a heat dispensation of some type, if it be fans or cooling strips, they need cooling. HTH

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