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Hi Group,
I'm looking for new Brighter, Whiter headlamps for my 2009 Murano LE.
I've been looking up all of the various types available, all of the colors, kelvin temperatures, etc.


I know that I want "bright white/6500K" but other than that, WHAT TYPE [Number] bulbs do we HAVE in out Murano's?


What can you recommend for me?


Thanks.


Irv in Maine
 

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I just purchased these for my wife's car. Noticeable difference in output from the previous LED bulbs I had installed two years ago.

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Verify part number for your year Murano.

These use the latest Phillips LEDs, 3 times brighter then the ones I took out.

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I noticed that my 2010 Murano that I just purchased has sort of dim headlight compared to other cars I've had.
Is this common symptom for this car?

I may look into those brighter bulbs.
 

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I noticed that my 2010 Murano that I just purchased has sort of dim headlight compared to other cars I've had.
Is this common symptom for this car?

I may look into those brighter bulbs.
OEM Halogen bulbs naturally dim over time. I always changed them out every two years after winter time use. Now I have everything LED.

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I got the Supernova V3 and they are nice and BRIGHT - quality bulbs I've had for about a year - V4 is out now. Go to Headlightrevolution . com for quality LED bulbs.


search Youtube for LED headlight bulb review
 

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2009 LE? You have D2S bulbs in there.

Get a good quality pair of D2S bulbs. The cheap chinese bulbs (the ones for $15/pair) aren't bright enough. The good quality chinese ones or Philips ones have a much higher LM and are brighter naturally.

Also, try polishing your headlight lenses. That really makes a difference in the perceived light. Aim them correctly as well.
 

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i got some supernova v4 led bulbs and they are pretty darn great
i'll be posting a comparison in a week or so.
the high beams are especially impressive to me since they even light up the next block
 

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I've tried both LED and HID lamps in mine, and I find the HIDs are brighter by a very noticeable amount, but the instant on of the LEDs was nice. I prefer 5000k or 6000K... anything highter is too blue for me.
 

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If you want the best light output go with a good set of DS2 morimoto 4500k 35W HID lights from the retrofit source (https://www.theretrofitsource.com/hid-systems/d2s-morimoto-elite.html). You already have projectors so you need to make sure you aim them correctly and that there is no unusual glare since that is technically a halogen projector. HID retros in anything but a projector is dangerous and inconsiderate to others but you can make them work. You won't find anything brighter with a useful beam pattern.

The proper way to do this would be to tear your housing apart and retrofit a new set of projectors but not everyone has the knowledge or $$$ to do this.
 
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