How To: Install LED Tail Lights on a Chevy Silverado (2007 truck body)
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A video installation guide that shows you how to install LED tail lights on a 2007 Chevy Silverado. The tail lights featured in the video are from Spyder USA.
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How to Install Fog Lights on a Honda Civic (2007 body)
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This video shows you how to install Fog Lights on a 2007 Honda Civic. The
fog lights shown are from Spyder Auto. Installation steps are similar for
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How to Install a Volant Cold Air Intake on a Chevy Silverado
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Two guys garage explains the benefits of a cold air intake system and then
installs a Volant intake on a 2003 Chevy Silverado 4x4 with a 6.0-liter
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How to Install LED Dome Lights in a '03-'07 Chevy Silverado & GMC Sierra Extended Cab
This video shows you how to replace the dome lights in a '03-'07 Chevy
Silverado Extended cab. Also applies to the GMC Sierra's of the same year.
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LEDGlow's LED Tailgate Light Bar Installation
This video will walk you through the installation process of LEDGlow's LED
Tailgate Light Bar.
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Thanks to my Girlfriend for helpin with the lights, I now have a video on
95% of the functions (no hazards recorded, but the whole bar just flashes).
(LEDGlow Classic) How To Install an LEDGlow Red LED TailGate Light Bar for Trucks
Part Numbers: LU-LB-49-R & LU-LB-60-R
LEDGLOWs Red LED Tailgate Light Bar is a slim yet durable LED light bar
designed to bring your truck added safety and visibility with running,
brake, hazard and turn signal light functions to your vehicles tailgate.
The 49" lightbar includes 48 ultra bright red LEDs while the 60" size
includes 60 red LEDs, both designed to provide your truck with the best
illumination possible to clearly and efficiently signal other vehicles on
the road. Plug & play connectivity with the included standard flat 4 pin
trailer connection harness to provide highly visible brake, running, hazard
and turn signal light functions. For trucks that do not have a standard
flat 4 pin connection, easily splice the wires for a secure hard-wired
connection. 3M tape and screws are provided for a fast and trouble-free
installation. The 49" size will work with most small to mid size trucks
while the 60" size will fit most full size trucks. A precise measurement of
your tailgate is recommended before purchasing. A one year warranty and
free technical support comes standard with each tailgate light bar.
Brake, Running, Hazard and Turn Signal Light Functions
Available in 49" & 60" Sizes
Plug and Play Connectivity with Flat 4 Pin Trailer Connection Harness
3M Tape & Screws Provided for Easy Installation
1 Yr Warranty and Free Technical Support
2009 Chevorlet Silverado Z71 Custom
Pictures and Video. I got this truck about 2 month's ago and have made some
upgrades, especially to the exterior. Halo projector headlights, LED
Taillights, LED 3rd brake light, Custom Gamecock Z71 decal, Black Nerf
Bars, Window tint, Flomwaster Super 44 Muffler. More to come....
2008 SILVERADO WITH LED HEADLIGHTS
2008 SILVERADO WITH LED HEADLIGHTS
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Halo LED Projector Headlights-GOOD IDEA OR RIPOFF?!?!!!!
*6-2-14 UPDATE* This video was made in 2010... Since then more options are
available on the market. I've also sold this vehicle and have "moved on"
with life. Thanks to everyone that understood what this video was meant
for. To everyone else... your attempt(s) to generate angry/mean responses
due to the "lack of actual substance" in your comments will continue to be
I made this video after installing my headlights....I noticed several
safety issues....and several quality issues....If this video helps you out
in any way, feel free RATE and leave a COMMENT!
Chevy Silverado With Strobe Kit and Phantom LED lights
My truck with the LEDs and Strobes working. The LED's are the Star Signal
"Phantom" series. The strobes are a 6 head Sho-Me. Install done by myself
over a weekend. Strobes purchased from a local cop shop and the LEDs from
Installing LED signal lights on 20-year-old motorcycle
To increase the time between battery charges on my 1993 Yamaha XJ600S which
no longer charges its own battery, I decided to install LEDs on the front
running lights and the tail light, as they will be much less of a drain on
the battery. As expected, the running lights / turn signals were much more
of a success than the tail light.
The tail light is brighter but very small, given the directional nature of
LEDs (particularly the older, bulbous type on this cluster). It was the
only option available from superbrightleds.com that also had white LEDs for
license plate illumination.
The running/turn signal lights work a charm, and their turn-signal state is
much brighter than the incandescent bulb, though the electronic flasher
(required to make them flash at a normal rate) takes about a second to boot
up and start working. An old scooter I had was like that, and I don't do
sudden lane changes anyway, so I'm not too concerned about that.
The tail light, though... I wonder if I should just get a tower type that
illuminates in all directions, and dispense with the white illumination of
the license plate. It may not be legal, but it would be brighter, even on
the plate, I reckon. Maybe someone makes a splitter that would allow me to
install two tail lights. There's plenty of room for such a thing in this
bike's tail light cavity... (ADDENDUM: Actually once I recharged my
battery, I was quite surprised at the tail light. It's still not as much
contrast between the two states, but it's close, and the instant-on does
make up for it a bit. I'd still prefer a larger cluster -- better yet one
with extra LEDs that only turn on with the brake -- but I don't see anyone
making one that has white LEDs for the license plate.)
You may be wondering why I didn't change the instrument panel lights to
LEDs, as those are always-on too... Well, they're not. Those bulbs burned
out several years ago, so they're not draining anything! At night, I have a
completely dark dash, and just judge my speed by feel/sound.
Parts used, all available from http://www.superbrightleds.com :
LF1-S-FLAT universal motorcycle electronic flasher.
1157-R19W6 -- 19 forward-facing red LEDs with 6 radially-faced white LEDs
1157-A45-T -- 45 amber surface-mount LED tower