Land Rover Defender LED Lights
If you are looking for replacement Land Rover Defender LED Lights and Bulbs (including headlights, sidelights and tail lights), then look no further. We provide a no-fuss, direct replacement LED Light range for your Defender or Series Land Rover right here at First Four Offroad.
The best part? There is no need to drill any holes as all of our bulbs are the same size as the standard Land Rover bulbs, meaning that they can be installed with little hassle. Our range of high quality Wipac bulbs are also brighter and more reliable than the old bulb type lights.
Additional Information for Defender LED Lights
Why switch to LED bulbs?
With proper use, LED bulbs will outlive any halogen bulb on the market, as well as possibly your vehicle itself! LED bulbs increase the amount of useable light by increasing the lumen output whilst simultaneously reducing the amount of energy required. Instant on/off also means that you don't need to wait for the bulbs to warm up, and they will not degrade in the same way way that halogen bulbs do after multiple uses.
Which colour LED Bulbs should I use?
For optimal results, you should use the same colour bulb as the lens. For clear lenses, you should use the appropriate colour bulb for the light usage (e.g. Red for turn and brake lights). Using the correct colour bulb will increase the light output. For example, if you use a white LED bulb behind a red lens, then only the red portion of the white bulb will shine through, making it dimmer and less noticable.
My indicators are flashing rapidly after the replacement.
This is a common issue when changing to LED. Because LED bulbs use so little power, the car thinks that the bulb has effectively burnt out, making it flash rapidly (or 'Hyper Flash'). The solution to this is to use an Adjustable Flasher Unit, which is a plug-and-play unit to moderate the speed of the flashing. Whilst some of our kits are bundled with a flasher relay, you can also purchase them individually here.
The pins on my connector seem to be the wrong way around?
LED lights are polarity sensitive. Land Rover changed the orientation of the positive and negative leads in the indicator and sidelight connectors in the late 1990's. If your vehicle was built after this date you may need to switch the connector pins in the plug. This is very easy to do and only needs to be done on the indicators and sidelights. It is quite safe to try the lights on your vehicle first, no damage will be done to the vehicle wiring or the lights. If you try one of the lights and it does not work, you will need to change the pins around in the connector plugs on the lights themselves. We have added a short 40 second video below showing how to do this.