That would be Gen 2 Ridgeline. I wouldn't know about the Gen 1s.
I studied up on the Gen1 LED replacements and settled on the Lightning Dark ones, purchased from Amazon. They are part of the video linked several posts back.
Notes, install and what became apparent...
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The auto lighting reviewers on-line repeatedly say that light generation from an emitter with the same geometry as the original halogens is best in reflector housings.
Gen 1 Ridge = reflectors for both high and low beam.
The Gen 1 has dual purpose bulbs for low/high beams. A downward aiming reflector on the high beam filament focuses the light on the lower reflector housing generating the high beam pattern.
The Lightning Dark LED bulbs have a dual emitter design with equivalent spacing/size as the halogen filaments and a similar reflector on the emitter for the high beams.
I first marked my garage walls with blue masking tape, noting the hotspot and cut off of the OE halogens.
I installed the LEDs fully expecting housing adjustments would be necessary to get things sorted similar to the OE. This was not the case. (Wish I had documented and took pictures of the process)
As suggested by the reviewers, the LED with similar geometry put out a similar pattern with no adjustment required. The only difference in pattern I noted was slight, in the far outside of the patterns reach there were dim "horns" that were not there in the OE bulbs.
As expected, the light is brighter and whiter than the aged halogens. The halogens were original to the vehicle from 2009, and likely have faded considerably.
I am now thinking of making the same move with my wife's Highlander low beam projectors, upgrading the lumen output without and measuring for, but not expecting a pattern shift.