E-Class (W211) 2003-2009

Is this possible?

Old 05-01-2010, 04:43 PM
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LED tail lamps, possibility?

I know the w211 top corner brake lamps are LED, but why aren't the the bottom one LED as well?

I believe the s, sl,and cls class(depend on MY model years) have those similar style LED tail lamps, how is the difference in sizes? Anyone notice any similarity? I think the LED style in the sl class is a bit different from the s, cls and the e class if you know what I am talking about...

Anyway, is there a way to swap out those bulbs with some LED from the other models into the e...Is this seem possible at all?

Any ideas going about doing this?

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Old 05-01-2010, 07:23 PM
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If you want more answers a better subject line might help
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the bottom half is just a parking light. only the brake light portion is LED.

on the w220 s and w215 cl, the lights were the same way (that's how are 02 CL500 is). only the 07+ SL i believe have all of it LED.

i think the e class bulbs are on a circuit board.
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Is there a way to lighten the bottom part of the tail lamp with LED?
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