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Just to confirm, you have the “Type A” headlights in the manual? (LE Hybrid, Gas models) For DRLs I would think you want the 7443/7444 with the switchbacks, instead of the 7440s.OK, so I just bought the LasFit 921 bulbs for the reverse lights, which is what I really wanted -- I needed more light when backing out of my garage in the dark and rain. I'm very happy with them. I decided to try a pair of LasFit 7440 bulbs for the turn signal lights -- just one pair, to try them out. I decided to put them in the rear, and try them out before getting a second pair for the front. And indeed, now that I've got them, I have one big question about using them in the front: In the rear, the turn signals are only going to signal for short periods of time, whereas the front turn signals stay on all of the time that the lights are on, except for when they're just in DRL mode. Thus, those front signals could be on for hours. At 2400 lumens, that sounds really sketchy to me -- what are your thoughts? Has anyone been using them on the fronts for a significant amount of time? I sure like the idea of having the brighter signals on the back, for like when I'm stopped in a traffic lane, trying to make a turn. Anything to help catch the attention of all of the drivers coming up behind me. I'm a bit less worried about the front signals, and far more worried about the LED bulbs melting the housings, or the wiring, or whatever. So, again, if you have any thoughts about using these up front, I'd love to hear them!
Just to confirm, you have the “Type A” headlights in the manual? (LE Hybrid, Gas models) For DRLs I would think you want the 7443/7444 with the switchbacks, instead of the 7440s.
2400LM is not going to be a problem for the lenses etc., other than blinding oncoming traffic. The 24W of heat generated is comparable to a traditional bulb and should be fine, and the current draw will be comparable as well (hence the lack of hyper flash).