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WHITE LED Door Courtesy Lights for Range Rover L322 (4pc)

Part number: LLM018-White-4pc
Regular price Price:  £42.00 GBP
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4x LED Door Courtesy Light Assembly - White
for Range Rover L322 Door Cards

Change the "welcome" lights in your Range Rover L322 from the standard tiny bulb type to these new LED array type.

These will give more light / a much whiter light and use less power than the old bulb type.

This is the whole light unit from the door card complete with circuit board / connector / LED's / plastic lens etc.

These are a straight "plug and play" swap for the standard units.

It is important to note that these units have been designed to "fade" like the original lights when you start the car like the original lights (some LED versions cannot fade - they just flicker or go from ON to OFF)

These light come on when you unlock the car and help you see where you are stepping as you get into your Range Rover - they also provide light in the interior for a period after you have closed the doors.

No error messages will appear on the dash with these modules (telling you a bulb has failed) as there is a circuit added to ensure the car CANbus system does not see any change from the original light.

These often become faded and brittle and have been know to break when you are replacing the bulbs (we broke one on our demo car when removing the lamp ) See below fitting video showing how to remove these lamps.

Please note this listing is for a set of 4 lamp assemblies (so you can do all 4 doors).

We also have these available in Blue (please see other items).

These are not genuine Land Rover parts.

Fitting Details:

See below fitting video

Full LED interior light upgrade on Range Rover L322 - YouTube

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Which Vehicles will this fit?

This item WILL fit all Range Rover L322 models from 2002 -2012.