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- It produces a more complete and even lens fill than conventional LED Car Light bulbs
- Unique design has 12 LEDs aiming out the end and 6 radically mounted LEDs aiming 90 degrees from the base
- Longer life. Even if some of the LEDs fail, the rest can still shine
- Faster ON/OFF times
- Lower power consumption. The bulb is much cooler as well. Better for the environment
- In general, lower price as well. Better for your pocket book
- The light is softer and more gentle on the eyes
- Built-in circuit for 12V DC Voltage input
- Color: Super white
- Easy to replace old bulbs. Just take out your original Car Light bulbs and replace with these, can be used with either clear or red lenses, durable and long life
- Just take out your original Car Light bulbs and replace with these, can be used with either clear or red lenses, durable and long life
- This super ultra bright LED Car Light Bulbs features a super bright blue color, this LED replacement bulb is the most solid blue color light you can get for your car on the market
How to Install LED Lights on a Car:
LED lights are a popular aftermarket option for most vehicles as they are brighter-than-normal halogen bulbs and last a lot longer while using less power. The problem with installing LED lights on your vehicle is that you cannot simply swap out the bulbs. You actually need to replace the entire light assembly. The two most common lights that are converted to LED are the headlights and taillights. In order to do so, you must remove the old headlight/taillight assembly and install the new LED assemblies
- Turn the vehicle's engine off and open the hood
- Disconnect the electrical connection harness from the rear of the headlight assembly. Some vehicles require you to remove a rubber seal or cover to access the connector
- Remove the fasteners securing the assembly to the engine compartment. Most vehicles have screws that can be removed with a Phillips screwdriver, but others have bolts that need to be removed with a socket wrench. Pull the assembly out of the engine compartment
- Install the LED headlight assembly and reinstall the fasteners. Reattach the connector harness and the rubber seal/cover if necessary
- Repeat with the other headlight assembly and close the hood
- Turn the vehicle's engine off and open the trunk
- Remove the two screws or bolts securing the taillight cover to the trunk and remove the cover
- Disconnect the taillight's electrical connector harness and remove it from the vehicle
- Install the replacement LED assembly and reconnect the harness. Reinstall the cover and screws
- Repeat with the other taillight assembly and close the hood
How to Replace Car Lights:
- Changing your car lights, specifically its headlights, is a task that most people would prefer to have a specialist do. While it is true that having a mechanic replace your headlights can cost you a lot of money, some people would rather spend a few dollars than to tire themselves out while doing the task themselves. In truth, replacing car lights does not have to be a stressful activity. With the right tools and materials, you can replace your own car headlights. Here is how you can accomplish the task yourself
- Pop your car hood and examine the headlight assembly. Check behind your headlight and see if you need additional tools to access it. While most cars allow easy access to their headlight bulb without any tools, some may require a screwdriver, pliers or wrench to remove its plastic cover
- Turn the car engine off and remove the covers and parts that are blocking the rear side of your headlight assembly
- Hold the headlight module from the headlight assembly's rear, and twist it counter-clockwise to fully release it from the assembly. Pull the headlight module straight out after twisting
- Pull the headlight module bulb in order to disconnect it. Install your new bulb in its place. Some bulbs may require a twist and pull, depending upon the model
- Place your headlight module back into the headlight assembly's rear, twisting it in clockwise direction until it comes to a full lock
- Put back the removed panels on the back of the headlight
- Ensure that your replacement bulb is compatible with the vehicle model. When visiting your local store for auto parts, ask the representative for the bulbs that are compatible with the car
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- What is the difference between LED and Neon Lights?
This can really come down to each persons individual preferences and the type of visual effect your trying to setup.
Generally with neon car lights you can only turn them on and off without any of the other visual effects. Now we do have a music interface available that you can hookup to your neons that do give you the ability to have the neons strobe with the music and such. But this is an extra module and generally isn't included with neon lighting kits.
In comparison with the LED car lights you get more dazzling effects. You can make the lights fade, chase, strobe, have multicolors, etc. All which you generally cannot due with the neon kits.
Also the neon tubes are very bright but are more fragile than their LED counterparts. The LED tubes are more durable and are harder to damage then the neons. Of course either way you have to watch out for speed bumps.
Both your neon and LED lights will last years if they are taken care of. But LED's do have a much larger lamp life than neons and draw approximately 1/3 to 1/2 the amount of power compared to the neon lights.
The last thing is that the LED underbody kits used to be dimmer, and produce a kind of dot effect compared to the neons. But now the LED kits are just as bright as the neons. This has been accomplished by adding alot more LED's into the tubes.
- what is an LED?
A light emitting diode (LED) is a semiconductor device that emits visible light when electrical current passes through it, it is a special kind of diode.
- Could you give more detailed explanations about these LED advantages?
Yes. Currently available LEDs are more energy efficient than incandescent bulbs, but less than florescent bulbs with the same light output. The power consumption of popular LEDs ranges from 30mW to 200 mW. People can save money & energy by using LEDs instead of equivalent incandescent decorative bulbs. The rated average working life of LED is 100,000 hours compared with 1,000 hours of incandescent bulbs.
LEDs emit cold lights as working LEDs generate very small amount of heat, so LEDs are much safer than equivalent incandescent light bulbs in terms of danger of fire. LEDs don't have filaments to heat up in order to emit lights just like the case of incandescent bulbs. Lights are emitted from LEDs as a result of energy exchange occurring in the different semiconductor materials an LED is made of.
LEDs are usually shielded with solid transparent plastic materials so they are more rugged than incandescent and florescent bulbs that are usually sealed with glass. LEDs can be powered by either AC voltage or DC voltage. The circuit that is required to appropriately drive LEDs is much simpler than that for florescent bulbs.