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post #1 of 15 Old 01-19-2016, 04:22 PM Thread Starter
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Bulb numbers??

I want to get blue day time running lights for my 2014 limited and yellow signal lights but not sure what kind or numbers to look for. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks
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post #2 of 15 Old 01-20-2016, 04:50 AM
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Limited models 2014 and up with projector headlights, you will need 3157 for daytime running lights and 7444NA for front turn signals.



All bulb numbers

Back Up Light Bulb: 7440
Brake Light Bulb: LED
Center High Mount Stop Light Bulb: LED
Daytime Running Light Bulb: 3157
Dome Light Bulb: 578
Headlight Bulb High Beam and Low Beam: 9012
License Light Bulb: 2825
Map Light Bulb: 578
Side Marker Light Bulb Front: 194
Side Marker Light Bulb Rear: LED
Tail Light Bulb: LED
Trunk or Cargo Area Light: 578
Turn Signal Light Bulb Rear: 7440A
Turn Signal Light Bulb Front: 7444NA
Fog Light Bulb Front: H11

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Thank you!!! Do you need to run a relay if going to led running lights?
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No relay necessary. You will need a load resistor if you use an LED bulb for the front turn signals, however.
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Turn signal and run light are the same right? Ordered the changing blue/amber led. Thanks again!!!
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They are different bulbs.

Front turn signals are a little tricky to pull out since they are located on the bottom corner of the healights. One load resistor for each will be needed if you change them to LED.

Daytime running lights, you can swap them with LEDs without a problem. I had them for a while. Easy to swap.
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Turn signal and run light are the same right? Ordered the changing blue/amber led. Thanks again!!!
Hi, I am trying to do the same thing and change my halogen 3157 DRL standard for a LED 3157 bulb, did you have any issues on yours? I am afraid of damaging something in my electrical system.
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Hi, I am trying to do the same thing and change my halogen 3157 DRL standard for a LED 3157 bulb, did you have any issues on yours? I am afraid of damaging something in my electrical system.


You should be fine. It's been a couple of years since I swapped those too with LEDs and no issues.

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You should be fine. It's been a couple of years since I swapped those too with LEDs and no issues.
^Question: How do you defrost the snow and ice in winter on headlights, while LEDs being cool in temperature? Non-LEDs also dries all the air humidity condensation from the inside.. Those things just stopped me from going LEDs on front, good bulb is like a good Jedi lightsaber in extreme weathers. But I'd like to hear some first-hand experiences too. LEDs might be ok in mild to warm climates but I wont put them anywhere too much up in North.

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^Question: How do you defrost the snow and ice in winter on headlights, while LEDs being cool in temperature? Non-LEDs also dries all the air humidity condensation from the inside.. Those things just stopped me from going LEDs on front, good bulb is like a good Jedi lightsaber in extreme weathers. But I'd like to hear some first-hand experiences too. LEDs might be ok in mild to warm climates but I wont put them anywhere too much up in North.


I use HIDs for my headlights and those generate heat and keep the condensation/ice from forming. It's the DRLs where I use the LED bulbs and those definitely stay cool. I believe they are 3157 bulbs.

Although, I think LED headlight bulbs do get hot. They usually have a fan on the back to cool off. I don't know if it's enough heat for winter conditions though.

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I use HIDs for my headlights and those generate heat and keep the condensation/ice from forming.
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What brand HID Kit did you get and how is it holding up? I assume you got HID for the high beam and low beams?
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Found these, might help.
Includes export, non-us markets mk49s


From the 2014 Service Manual Information:

BULB APPLICATION TABLE

LAMP
BULB

BACKUP (MK49 - COMPASS)
7440 (W21W)

BACKUP (MK74 - PATRIOT)
921 (W16W)

BRAKE (MK49 - COMPASS)
LIGHT-EMITTING DIODES SERVICED IN ASSEMBLY

BRAKE (MK74 - PATRIOT)
3157 (P27/7W)

CENTER HIGH MOUNTED STOP
LIGHT-EMITTING DIODES SERVICED IN ASSEMBLY

DAYTIME RUNNING LAMP (EXPORT MK49 - COMPASS)
3157K (P27/7WK)


FRONT FOG (MK49 - COMPASS)
H11LL/55W

FRONT FOG (MK74 - PATRIOT)
PSX24W

FRONT PARK (DOMESTIC MK49 - COMPASS)
7444NA

FRONT PARK (MK74 - PATRIOT)
3757KA (PY27/7W)

FRONT SIDE MARKER (DOMESTIC MK49 - COMPASS)
W5W

FRONT SIDE MARKER (MK74 - PATRIOT)
3757KA (PY27/7W)

FRONT TURN SIGNAL (MK49 - COMPASS)
7444NA - DOMESTIC

7440NA (WY21W) - EXPORT

FRONT TURN SIGNAL (MK74 - PATRIOT)
3757KA (PY27/7W)

HEADLAMP HIGH BEAM (DOMESTIC MK49 - COMPASS)
9005 (HB3)

HEADLAMP LOW BEAM (DOMESTIC MK49 - COMPASS)
H11/55W

HEADLAMP (EXPORT MK49 - COMPASS)
H9/65W


HEADLAMP (MK74 - PATRIOT)
9008 (H13 60/55W) - DOMESTIC

9003 (H4 60/55W) - EXPORT

LICENSE PLATE
W5W

POSITION (EXPORT MK49 - COMPASS)
3157K (P27/7WK)

POSITION (EXPORT MK74 - PATRIOT)
W5W

REAR FOG (MK49 - COMPASS - EXPORT)
7440 (W21W)

REAR FOG (MK74 - PATRIOT - EXPORT)
3157 (P27/7W)

REAR PARK (MK49 - COMPASS)
LIGHT-EMITTING DIODES SERVICED IN ASSEMBLY

REAR PARK (MK74 - PATRIOT)
3157 (P27/7W)

REAR SIDE MARKER (MK49 - COMPASS)
LIGHT-EMITTING DIODES SERVICED IN ASSEMBLY

REAR SIDE MARKER (MK74 - PATRIOT)
3157 (P27/7W)

REAR TURN SIGNAL (MK49 - COMPASS)
7440NA (WY21W)

REAR TURN SIGNAL (MK74 - PATRIOT)
3157 (P27/7W) - DOMESTIC

3757A (PY27/7W) - EXPORT

REPEATER (EXPORT ONLY)
WY5W

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What brand HID Kit did you get and how is it holding up? I assume you got HID for the high beam and low beams?


I got them from https://www.theretrofitsource.com

I have the Limited Compass with projector headlights that also function as high beams so I only needed one pair. Itís been more than 3 years and I have not had any problems with my HIDs.
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Umm regarding fog lights, whoever fits H11, I have a wholehearted recommendation over here:

67219CW Osram - Google it.

Paid around 60 sterling pounds for a pair, found them in UK on eBay. Still smiling, just can't describe the level of happiness discovered after the bulbs change.

https://www.osram.com/ecat/LEDriving...t/ZMP_4059212/

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