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Old 07-04-2013, 05:25 PM
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LED Bulb Different configurations

Looking to get LED bulbs, i have done a search and know what numbers i should be looking for but im having trouble deciding which bulbs to go with because of all the different configurations they come in... Could someone either tell me exactly what bulbs they got or exactly which ones i need?

I want to do;
2 whites in the 3rd brake light, (922 ?)
license plate lights, (168?)
reverse lights, (921?)
1 in the center of the rear dome light, (looks to be long and skinny)
2 in the front dome light. (look to point straight down)

Would like to do 5k white in all of them,
Thanks for the help,
Matt
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Old 07-05-2013, 05:15 AM
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Here is a link to 2013 owners manual (should be same bulbs). Download and look at page 331 for all factory bulb sizes. There are a million aftermarket bulb people. Do a search and find out who likes what Putco ($$$) LEDs, silverstars vs eBay ($). I have been thinking about replacing a few myself. I hope the link works. If not go to ford.com then select support then owners manuals.

https://owner.ford.com/servlet/Conte...OwnerGuidePage
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I have the cree LED (or something like that) reverse lights. suppose to be awesome. well they look decent but the output of the light is very small. does not expand out like u would want your reverse light to do
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Superbrightleds.com

Autolumination.com

Not sure how their quality differs as its been years since I've ordered from them.
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I have the cree LED (or something like that) reverse lights. suppose to be awesome. well they look decent but the output of the light is very small. does not expand out like u would want your reverse light to do
I bought Cree LEDs for the reverse bulbs and sent them back. They were awful. I have LED's everywhere but turn signals, tail lights and reverse
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Old 07-07-2013, 06:27 PM
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I have 2 27w LED flood lights hidden under the bumper so no issues backing up. I just want to get rid of the stock white color for the hyper white color to match my HID's.

What im asking i guess is which bulbs did everyone get for each place?
ex: for plate lights you can get the bulbs with 1 led on the end, 4 leds on the end, 3 on the end and some on the sides... all different configurations. Not sure which ones to get for all the locations i mentioned.
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