The only way to tell if they will interfere is you'll have to read the reviews on the kits. Usually the higher dollar ones will have a better chance of being shielded correctly.I would like to convert to LED headlights too. Anyone have suggestions of a kit that won't interfere with radio stations and is a good price? Anyone try the one yota master asked about? Also, there is quite a variation in wattages. Even the 25W ones are significantly brighter than OEM. Is it worthwhile to get the 35W? Any more than 35W seems like it would blind people on the road.
Where did you buy the headlights from?I really like LED's (Light Emitting Diode) over HID's (High Intensity Diode). With HID headlights the light takes a while to "warm up", so even though your headlights are on it could take up to two minutes before the light is at full intensity. Also the lifespan of HID's is shorter then LED's. A HID headlight will experience "lumen depreciation" after about 3,000 - 5,000 hours. So if you drive with your headlights on for 3 hours every day it would take under 4 1/2 years for the HIDs to loose some of their brightness.
Now, with LEDs you experience none of these problems. When you turn your headlights, the LED is instantly as bright as it can possibly be. Now a Led will experience lumen depreciation as well, however it will take much longer for this to happen. Many LED bulbs can be run for 50,000 hours and still hold up to 70% of their original brightness. Go back to our "3 hours a day" model. It would take 45 years for the light to dim.
Ultimately it is up to you whether you choose HID or LED, but I highly recommend LED headlights. I am running Race Sport Gen 2 LED headlights, and Rigid Industries DOT/SAE fog lights.
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