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100% Shockproof

100% Waterproof

Model: AC12V/35W

Working Voltage Scope: 9-16V DC  9V-32V

Rated Voltage/Current: 12.5V/3.2A -+5A   3.5A

Operating Temperature: -40 ~ 105°C, ≤3000M Altitude

Store Temperature: -40 ~ 150, ≤3000M Altitude

Max. Start Voltage: 23kV

Switch Time : >100000 Times

Working Output: 35W±3W

Working Efficiency: ≥97%

Working Load Output Voltage: 85Vdc±10Vdc

Luminous Flux: 2500-3500LM (3X More Luminous Flux Than Halogen)

Lifespan: Above: 2500h (Up To 5 Times Longer Than Halogen)

Power Consumption: Saves You 57 Over Halogen

H3, H4, H7, H8, H9, H11, H13, 9004, 9005, 9006, 9007, 880/881, H4L, H13L, D1S, D2S, D4S etc. Are the types of our bulbs. We just listed one model


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Q:A 2000 year model is serviced by two auto technicians. The abs warning light has been activated for the anti l?
abs system is the ani locking brakes. and if the tech's that worked on it did any wheel work to it and unplugged it it will go on.. my suggestion is to take it back to the person that worked on it and tell them that it wasn't on when you brought it is and make them fix it on their dime..
Q:emission system warning light?
it is likely an O2 sensor (Oxygen sensor), in which case wont do much.. you will get less gas mileage (not much less). The only thing would be when you go to get it inspected, you would have to fix it to make it pass inspection. Emissions systems don't do much to affect the performance, the cumputer will just over correct the fuel air mixture with more fuel (thus wasting more gas). So, in short, don't worry too much about it. Edit: it is possible that bad gas would cause the sensors to read out of range, but in that case you would also notice a difference in performance. I would do what Steve O said, go to an auto parts store and they can put the scanner on it to read the codes, most do that for free.
Q:Recommend a good auto surveillance system.?
There are many surveillance cams that might be adaptable to a vehicle, but we don't know what the precise parking and building layout are - or your familiarity with setting up a power supply. I get my different cameras at Fry's Electronics. bhphotovideo has an OK selection. There are some commercial grade vehicle surveillance systems, but they seem like overkill for your needs and will be difficult to adapt to other situations, if needed. Remember, the camera is only one piece. I presume you need the video recorded. There are video surveillance digital video recorders (DVRs). Much more useful than the tape based systems. But again, power is the issue. There are a few small POV cams that use flash memory (like those from VIO, but they don't do well in low/no light) and the batteries won't likely last for an entire shift - and you don't want the car's battery drained. I am not aware of any vehicle motion detection integrated systems - but external motion detection (someone approaching the vehicle) is possible. Where do you plan on putting the cameras? In the car? No/Low light infrared systems may have issues with glare/reflection from the vehicle's windows. In the wheel wells? That just sounds like trouble waiting to happen. You will likely need 4 cameras to cover all approach angles. (front/sides/rear), but I can't figure out where you would mount them - maybe on an SUV with a roof rack, but on a sedan, that would look too strange. And running the wires could be a challenge unless you can squeeze them through the top portion of the door or trunk weather strip... I was figuring putting the DVR in the trunk and running the wires there. The back of the car is do-able with a small back-up camera. The front is sort of do-able with a grill-mount, but the sides... they are a challenge. Especially with the no/low-light requirement. The small cameras don't have an infrared emitter; and those with an infrared emitter are BIG. Good luck...
Q:Why won't my engine light turn off after I fixed what auto zone said to fix?
I have a 2001 Pontiac Grand Prix GT (same engine). When you put the gas cap back on after filling it up, are you tightening it enough to make it click at least 3 times? If not, that could be your problem. If you do that and it still doesn't go away, take it to a repair shop for an estimate -- NOT a dealer. Dealers will charge you top-dollar and do piss-poor work. The last emissions control problem I had was a bad EGR valve, and that cost me about $350.00 to get it replaced.
Q:Car headlights have scratches how to do toothpaste
Check the headlight situation
Q:Any tips on how to adjust the auto-light time duration?
I have the same car. Mine has the Nav system. I can't recall the exact steps, but if you play around with settings through display you can adjust it down or make it turn off when you turn off the car. Mine is set for 15 seconds I believe. Kinda nice when you come into a dark garage at night to have the lights stay on until you find the door to the house.
Q:Check engine light and Advance Auto Parts said it is saying "system to lean"; Get it diagnosed the DEALERSHIP?
try a new fuel filter if it is restricted it will lean the fuel mixture out
Q:How to write a safety declaration for the performance evaluation of automotive lighting
Far away, do not hurt the eyes, long life, not astigmatism, wiring is simple, not broken line, the annual inspection 99% clearance, auto repair factory partners.
Q:Why is the car headlamps often fire line
There are often FireWire, that is, relay control side of the terminal chant!
Q:1996 nissan 200sx 6cyl auto. air bag light is blinking. no check engine light. not pulling any codes.?
There is a sensor in the seat belt that is faulty.

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