LEGO Ambulance #4431 Light Kit

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Video Demonstration of LEGO City Ambulance #441


The LEGO City Ambulance (4431) is a classic addition to any LEGO fan's collection. Help keep the people of your town safe and sound with this ultra-realistic recreation of an actual ambulance vehicle.

This fully functional vehicle can be brought to life with our Light My Bricks LEGO light kit! Our lighting kit contains 16 individual LED lights that are fully compatible with LEGO bricks.

Our City Ambulance kit has lighting features such as illuminated headlights, and front and back flashing sirens to create a realistic emergency effect. This light up LEGO kit also contains a small battery pack that is easily concealed within the ambulance itself, meaning there is no visual impact to your model!

Help your hospital emergency response team to reach their patients quickly by applying our custom fully-functional LEGO lights to your City Ambulance.

Do you have a LEGO vehicle collection? If so, check out our extensive range of LEGO vehicle light kits and bring your collection to life!

Light My Bricks LEGO® Lighting Kits provide an easy way for LEGO® fans to customize their models using LED lights. With detailed, step-by-step instructions, anyone can light up their LEGO® set.

All our kits are plug and play - no electronics knowledge needed!

Please Note: This set is a LED lighting kit only. All LEGO® sets featured in images and videos are sold separately.


This kit contains:

  • 1 x Flat Battery Pack (Requires 2 x CR2032)
  • 10 x Bit Lights (White)
  • 6 x Flashing Bit Lights (White)
  • 1 x Multi-Effects Board
  • 4 x Connecting Cables - 5cm
  • 1 x 8-Port Expansion Board
  • 3 x 6-Port Expansion Boards
  • 1 x Assorted LEGO® pieces for assembly

Installation Guide

User guide instructions for our kits can be found on the Users Guides section of our website.


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