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Lightbulb Replacement Guide

Those who are curious about the part numbers for the lights throughout the Versa, they are listed here. They are for the 2007-2009 year model.

High & low beam headlamp
9003/HB2
Parking light
2827
Front turn signal
7507
Rear turn signal
7507
Tail light
7528
Stop light
7528
High mount stop light
921
Fog/Driving light
H8
License plate
2825
Back up light
7506
Front sidemarker
2827
Map light
DE3175
Dome light
DE3175

Please feel free to use these for reference if you're going to replace the bulbs or change them out to aftermarket products such as LEDs.

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really??? im using an H4 for high/low beam o.O
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I think 9003 and H4's are the same thing.

On a related note: Can i see pics of the LED light you put in your dome pls MHV. I swapped mine out and it doesnt look nearly as bright as yours does. How many LED's is it?

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One in each light socket, but there are 16 small LEDs in one connection.

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One in each light socket, but there are 16 small LEDs in one connection.
the thing with leds is the intensity vaires just like the wattage of a light bulb although usually voltage and current is the same (unlike a traditional bulb which varries bassed on power) Led's are measured in millicandela MCD the higher the brighter, also some leds are made different so light dispersion may or may not be so good.
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i dont have map lights, but i did install a dome LED from oznium.com it was little pricey but its really bright, i also picked up license plate LED's from ijdmtoy.com, and recently i changed out my taillight bulbs to LED, i picked up the set off of Bob over at versaspeed, the LED tails dont really make a difference cuz i have smoked taillights....
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Thanks for the speediness in posting the pic MHV, but I was actually looking for a pic of the actual LED turned off, I was curious as to how many lights the dome had on it. I had ordered one from ijdmtoy and it had 4 LED's. Brighter and cleaner than stock, but what you have looks to be melting holes in the roof! <I exaggerate for effect, I know LED's don't get very hot>

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My fault, I misread your post for a bit. This is from the site I bought it from.
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post a pic of your dome light!
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Wowzers, that thing means business.

Give a man fire, he'll be warm for a night. Light a man on fire, and he'll be warm for the rest of his life.

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