turn signal wiring
turn signal wiring
How To: Smoke / Tint your Taillights
How to smoke or tint your taillights yourself for less then 10 dollars! Make them look dark. If you do it correctly, your tail lights will look dark and reflective. The outcome can look as good as if it was OEM. Materials: 1 x Black Spray paint (Enamel for a shine finish) 2 x Sheets of 1000 grit sand paper. Wet or Dry. We will use it for wet sanding 1 x Sponge to clean tail light 1 x Bucket to be dipping the sand paper Steps: 1) Clean the Tail Light to prepare the surface 2) Wet sand with the 1000 grit sandpaper in one direction 3) Spray the light evenly with the black paint. 4) Spray the clear coat 5) Polish 6) Wax ProTip: Do not touch the tail light with your fingers once you have sanded. The paint will not grab to the parts that your finger might touch. (WARNING) The lights look fairly close to original at night but during the day, the brake lights will be significantly harder to see when painted with a second coat. Be mindful when tinting the tail lights. (2nd WARNING) This is illegal in many states. Check your state law. Sorry... I said headlights a few times at the beginning. I clearly meant tail light. These videos are for DIY-ers. They are not intended to have professional results. They are intended to have similar effects, at a much cheaper price, and without purchasing professional tools.
Electronic Turn Signal Blinker Flasher Relay
Electronic Turn Signal Blinker Flasher Relay works for both LED and filament bulbs. Constant blinking speed regardless number of bulbs in the system. Perfect replacement for load-resistor type old blinker relay.
How An Automotive Relay Works and How to Wire 'Em up
What happens inside a relay isn't magic, but it is important. Understanding how the relay works will help with diagnosis and modifications to vehicle systems.