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Hello all!

I just bought a 2017 jaguar XE and saw that the car came with yellow halogen low beams. I want to change this to either HID's or LED's. I figured it would be an easy install because i remember seeing some people post about changing it over without an issue in various forums. I went ahead and bought the LED's and now im trying to find an install video because it does not seem like i can just pop these in like i originally thought. There are a few things i would have to remove but i wanted to ask you guys before i end up messing something up..

Does anybody know or have any experience changing out the lowbeams to LEDs? The LED's i bought has the bulb connected to a small ballast with a 2 pronged connector on the other end.

here is the link to the LED's i bought

https://www.xenonpro.com/h7-low-beams-l ... lights-kit

Thank you in advanced for any opinions or input!

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if you car has H7 bulbs they should be plug and play,

but you usually cant fit the rear cover because there much longer, or you have to cut holes in them, also without the cover they will also steam up on damp days

also they may also fail mot, depending on your mot guy, officially they should and so would fitting hid bulbs

in the past found fitting ring xenon 150 plus bulbs work well with halogen headlight cars, brighter and mot friendly



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