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Maybe I misunderstood but you said the HIGH beams were glaring? That seems normal to me. But if it's your low beams that are blinding oncoming drivers then you need to have the aim checked. Besides, I've had a lot of people with OEM halogens blind me even when using their low beams. Gotta keep any headlight aimed properly.
 

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Yup! LED require readjusting the head-lights. Some LED lights do not work with stock lens. The best LED have a mirror cap to prevent light flare/blinding glare. Those bulbs are over $120 each!!!
I’ll stick with the AISKITS at $29 for a pair. The end of the bulbs have reflective coating, which prevent flare/blinding glare, but they are brighter than stock bulbs.
link:"AISKITS", got a code for 20% off: LLH7G665
 

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Yup! LED require readjusting the head-lights. Some LED lights do not work with stock lens. The best LED have a mirror cap to prevent light flare/blinding glare. Those bulbs are over $120 each!!!
My headlight aim was less than an inch off. Hardly worth adjusting for. The more expensive LEDs more closely resemble the structure of the OEM halogens but the cheaper ones work just fine if you had the headlights properly adjusted. Nobody flashes me so I have to assume that all is well. My LEDs are Auxitos. By the way, there is a youtube video that gives detailed information about LEDs and informs you of what works and what doesn't.

 

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I think it may matter year. My 2017 has a focused low beam and a reflector high beam. I think the 2016 are reflective low and high. When I installed LED bulbs, the low beam has the same cutoff as the stock. Didn't measure (or care) about high beam. If you have a pre-2017 with a reflector, the LED may reflect differently than the Halogen bulb.

Edit: I apologize as I thought I was in the Pathfinder forum. My post still reads correct depending on whether you have a focused lens or a reflector.
 

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Yup! LED require readjusting the head-lights. Some LED lights do not work with stock lens. The best LED have a mirror cap to prevent light flare/blinding glare. Those bulbs are over $120 each!!!
I’ll stick with the AISKITS at $29 for a pair. The end of the bulbs have reflective coating, which prevent flare/blinding glare, but they are brighter than stock bulbs.
link:"AISKITS", got a code for 20% off: LLH7G665
Thanks Bro
 

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Yup! LED require readjusting the head-lights. Some LED lights do not work with stock lens. The best LED have a mirror cap to prevent light flare/blinding glare. Those bulbs are over $120 each!!!
I’ll stick with the AISKITS at $29 for a pair. The end of the bulbs have reflective coating, which prevent flare/blinding glare, but they are brighter than stock bulbs.
link:"AISKITS", got a code for 20% off: LLH7G665
My neighbor got a pair from amazon, was really nice, just ordered yesterday, hope it works fine on my car too, don't want that to happen....
 
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