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Standard Fitment Philips Bulbs

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REVERSE LIGHTS - 382 - TO VIN CH999999
REVERSE LIGHTS - 955 - FROM VIN DH000001 
NUMBER PLATE LIGHTS - 501
FRONT SIDE LIGHTS - 501
INDICATORS - FRONT & REAR - 581 - VIN CH999999
FRONT IDICATORS - 581S PY21W - FROM VIN DH000001 
REAR INDICATORS - 955 - FROM VIN DH000001 
STOP/TAIL LIGHTS - 380
INTERIOR LIGHTS - 264 
MAP LIGHTS - 501
BOOT LIGHT - 239 
VANITY MIRROR LIGHT - 501
FRONT FOG LAMPS - H11 
REAR FOG LAMPS - 382
SIDE REPEATERS - 501 AMBER OR WHITE
HIGH LEVEL BRAKE LIGHT - 955
HEADLAMPS - EARLY HALOGEN ARE H7 X 4
HEADLAMPS - PROJECTOR TYPE HALOGEN ARE H11 DIP & H7 MAIN OR IF XENON DIP IS D1S
HEADLAMPS DH0000001 ONWARDS ARE HB3 HALOGEN OR D3S XENON
Warranty - Because of the way a filament bulb is designed we cannot offer any warranty on them. We choose instead to offer the best available from known quality sources. The laws of physics dictate that there is no such thing as an incandescent (halogen) bulb that can last forever. When current flows through a filament some of the filament inevitably vaporizes. After a while this results in the filament burning out.

It is possible to design an incandescent bulb so that it lasts a long time. However, there is always a compromise involved because the luminous efficacy is reduced (i.e. the amount of light that can be generated from a particular input power). The filament can be operated at a lower temperature, or a thicker filament can be used, so that it takes longer for the filament to vaporize and burn out.

An important consideration is safety. Bulbs with an extremely long life would not meet current requirements for headlights. Because they would not generate sufficient light output to make a satisfactory beam pattern.