LASFIT LED Bulbs LA 9012 Installed on 2014 Chevy Impala, Amazing!

by Lasift Official September 22, 2017

LASFIT LED Bulbs LA 9012 Installed on 2014 Chevy Impala, Amazing!

Mr. Juan Gomez is one of our regular customers, who owns a Chevy Impala 2014. He bought a set of LED bulbs 9012(LA series) from our store, which high forward lighting and low forward lighting work on the same bulb.

He told us it is very easy to install these LEDs on his vehicles, just pop out his halogen bulb and stick the LED unit in its place. 

He also suggests us tell our other customers that keep the original halogen bulbs for spare. No sense in damaging them if they still work, you never know when one of your vehicles might need a bulb. Or you might want to switch back at some point.

Following photos are sent by Mr. Juan Gomez, what impressed him, however, was the distance and brightness they produced


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