With oncoming traffic regularly or are you often on the high beams and they aren't enough?I am currently facing this dilemma. I was also contemplating LED bulbs as I do a lot of mountain driving in Breckenridge. The stock bulbs suck for me. Anyone have luck with the silverstar bulbs? Made by Sylvania. I wont go into light bars just yet but its tempting.
Depending on how old the bulbs are it could just be that they have faded considerably over the years. The cheapest option could be to try a fresh set of bulbs. Check out the Candlepower store for a short list of the best bulbs if you want to upgrade but stick with halogens.Thank you. I will look into those lights. The highbeams are fantastic but I hate blinding oncoming traffic with them. The low beams may just be old and low grade. I've recently purchased this 08 Pilot EXL. So lots of upgrades coming no doubt after routine maint is completed. Projector headlights seem doable. But I will check the lights you speak of first.
THIS. I'm one of the few people who prefer to drive a car for various reasons, but as I age my eyes just cannot handle all of the glare and blinding light from other vehicles.Thank you on behalf of everyone you share the road with. Wish there were more considerate folks like you out there.
Try the Phillips Crystal Vision or X-Treme Vision bulbs. They workI made the mistake of getting a $45 LED bulb set off amazon. While the light was amazing, i quickly realized it was blinding oncoming traffic. Has anyone found bulbs that are crafted specifically to fit our model and aim the beam properly?
I made the mistake of getting a $45 LED bulb set off amazon. While the light was amazing, i quickly realized it was blinding oncoming traffic. Has anyone found bulbs that are crafted specifically to fit our model and aim the beam properly?