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Old 31st January 2020, 10:13   #106
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I was looking for instructions on how to replace the LED bulbs in the headlamp when they conk off and realized there is no way to replace the bulbs and they are sealed units. We can only replace the parking lamps and turn indicators.

So I went to Boodmo to check for the price of the unit and came the shocker it costs a whopping 17k per unit

Does anyone have an idea of the longevity of these units? Hope it lasts a while as it would be a very costly affair to replace them on regular basis as I am used to doing on my Ritz for the halogen bulbs.

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So I went to Boodmo to check for the price of the unit and came the shocker it costs a whopping 17k per unit
It's common thing with all new Marutis. Old Baleno and S Cross had replaceable HID units. But all the new gen Marutis with LED lamps, like Swift, Dzire, Ciaz, XL6, Baleno, Ignis and now the Vitara Brezza(top variants) have sealed units. In cars like New Brezza, even the indicators are LEDs. So if anything happens, be ready to shell out a good sum(around 20k). Maruti may or may not replace them under goodwill warranty depending on age of your car.

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Does anyone have an idea of the longevity of these units? Hope it lasts a while as it would be a very costly affair to replace them on regular basis as I am used to doing on my Ritz for the halogen bulbs.
All LED headlights irrespective of car/manufacturer (either projector / reflector based)
- are sealed units
- use LED Chips to give out light. No crappy LED bulbs.
- have adequate ventilation to prevent overheating of the LED drivers and chips.

Regarding the longevity, these units will outlast the car.

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