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    H7 kit

    I drive Volvos S40 and i have been facing an issue for a week now. My headlights are producing dim yellowish color light which is quite annoying for me. It's not looking good and i am facing trouble see the roads properly. Thinking to get this issue fixed by this weekend. I found this one and it's a complete kit https://xenons4u.co.uk/h7-35w-canbus...rsion-kit.html . It seems quite a good option to me.
    What do you think about it , please let me know. should I go for it? Thank you in advance.

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    Did you end up buying it? I see no reviews so I'm not sure if this product will be worth it.

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    I bought these for my V50 I found them to be excellent, but now have the V70 with normal bulbs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by siamblue View Post
    I bought these for my V50 I found them to be excellent, but now have the V70 with normal bulbs.
    Whoa, blast from the past. Happy first post in 5 years mate!
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