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Cadillac XT5 Halogen to LED bulb headlight conversion

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    Hello everyone,
    I wanted to share that there is a new LED bulb from Oracle Lighting that replaces the 9012 stock Halogen headlight bulbs to DOT approved bright white 6000k LED bulbs. After one week, I have had NO warnings, alerts, or heat issues.
    ORACLE 9012 # V5242-001 (SCP is $119/pair)


    – How do you install the new LED bulbs?
    – Did you replace them yourself or did the dealer have to do it?
    – Are you still satisfied with the switch?

    Thank you


    I am thinking about converting from halogen headlights to LED in my 2019 XT5 but the manual says I shouldn’t do that. My last 3 vehicles had either LED or HID and I do miss them. Would I be looking at any problems if I were to go ahead with the conversion?
    Thank You


    I changed out the Halogen bulbs to Leds on my 2017 XT5 and love it as well as no problems, been almost a year now, one of my best upgrades ive done.


    How did you convert your 2017 xt5?? I bought my car used, had an accident. When I got my car back it had halogen… when I bought it though, it had LED. The mechanic has bought three different dents of lights and they didn’t work. He says I’m crazy.


    Changed mine myself, very simple but a little challenging to get to. Been about 2 years now and still no problems of any kind. Best upgrade I have done in that area.


    Was there a lot of disassembly involved in switching out the halogen for LED conversion? Have you found any downside to making the switch?


    I have a 2019 XT5 and I’m wondering how “iceman” or anyone else is making out with changing to LED’s about 4 1/2 months ago?
    Did you replace them yourself or have the dealer do the switch?
    The halogen lights are one of the few things I don’t care for on my XT5.
    I saw a video on You Tube and getting at the bulbs seemed to require quite a bit of disassembly…..
    Anybody have thoughts on this?

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