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    LR Defender lamp base type

    The type of light globes that fit - are these '1156 base' type or some other ?

    I ask because:

    http://cgi.ebay.com.au/LED-WHITE-Lig...QQcmdZViewItem

    Also with the standard indiocator bulbs is the 'flash' function in the lamp itself or as I hope, in the currently supply to the light ?

    Last, where can I get new lights / lenses for these. The ones on my ute are crapped out, with the part on one that the bulb goes in, totally ratarsed.

    Thanks lads.
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    I think I saw them cheaper than that in Jaycar.
    I think thats where they were

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    Quote Originally Posted by VladTepes
    Also with the standard indiocator bulbs is the 'flash' function in the lamp itself or as I hope, in the currently supply to the light ?

    Last, where can I get new lights / lenses for these. The ones on my ute are crapped out, with the part on one that the bulb goes in, totally ratarsed.

    Thanks lads.
    If you are talking about the standard round indicators, the lenses and bulb holders are available as a genuine part. The flash function is performed by the flasher can, not the bulb.
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    Those bulbs won't fit the County lights. I know 'cos I accidently bought some filament bulbs for the County and they had the offset pins like that one but the County blinkers and park lights have the pins opposite each other.

    I think the Defender would be the same and the base is probably BA15s

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    Quote Originally Posted by p38arover
    Those bulbs won't fit the County lights. I know 'cos I accidently bought some filament bulbs for the County and they had the offset pins like that one but the County blinkers and park lights have the pins opposite each other.


    Ron
    I have fitted bulbs with incorrect pin placement before, just by removing the offending incorrect pin. The remaining correct pin should hold everything in place... Bit rough, but effective.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BigJon
    If you are talking about the standard round indicators, the lenses and bulb holders are available as a genuine part. The flash function is performed by the flasher can, not the bulb.
    Flasher can ?
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    1994 Range Rover Vogue LSE "The Luxo-Barge"
    1994 Defender 130 HCPU "Rolly"
    1996 Discovery 1

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    1995 Defender 130 HCPU <-- clicky the linky !!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by VladTepes
    Flasher can ?
    Its a little man in a can that flash,s him self at you





















    sorry couldn,t resist that no the flasher can is the electronic gismo that makes your iblinkers flash
    cheers chris


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    I've bought the lense covers from British Offroad in the past... was going to get a full set of clear ones and put in coloured led bulbs for that cool rice burner look

    Let me know what the lenses are worth nowadays after you've called

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    i bought a lense for mine a couple of months back the defender is a complete unit lense and base are all one

    i just broke the lense off and scrapped all the old bits out and and fitted the new lense

    the lense cost $3.00 the old series lenses fit
    cheers chris


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