How To Install LED Tail Lights in 1979 -1981 Trans Am
Install How To Video for new LED tail Lights for your 1979 - 1981 Trans Am and Firebird. Ms Heather and Yancey walk you through step by step the installation of these new sequential LED tail light conversion kits!
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How to Install Recon LED Tail Lights
These Replacement LED Tail Lights are a Complete Plug & Play Install.
Available now at http://www.realtruck.com/recon-led-tail-lights/ These
Recon LED Tail Lights come in four different lens colors - Smoke, Clear,
Red and Dark Red. Meeting DOT/SAE Standards, these lights are waterproof
and nearly indestructible. Recon lights are safer, brighter, more intense,
longer lasting and better looking than factory installed tail lights. Get
Today we're going to be installing these LED Tail Lights from Recon on this
2013 GMC Denali. Okay, the first thing we're going to do is take a look at
how bright the stock lights are.
Anytime you're working on the electrical on your vehicle, the first step is
to disconnect the negative battery cable.
All you need to do this install is the tail lights, of course, a Phillips-
head drill or screwdriver, and that's all you need. It's a very easy
process, and we're going to show you how to do that now.
Okay, the first step here is to remove the two retaining screws in the side
of the box. And then you remove the light, and sometimes they get a little
stuck. You might have to give them just a little bit of a tug to get them
to come loose.
Okay. Now we've removed the stock light. The next step of the process is to
get underneath the truck to the electrical connector block and unplug the
We're underneath the vehicle now, and we have currently unplugged the
harness for the left side tail light assembly. The next thing is to unplug
the wire loom clips that hold the harness in place.
Once you've got the grommet unplugged from the box, then you just fish the
wiring harness out of the body. Now when you unplug this from the
electrical connector box, there is a clip here that you just push down, and
you can slightly wiggle it back and forth as you pull out and this will
come right loose.
Super Clean 1979 Trans-Am Firebird LS3 Corvette Motor - Gearhead Garage
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Led turn signal install in rear view mirrors of cutlass
Bought the led turn signal from eBay $2.80, 14 led per turn signal .
Used a heat cutting tool to get the sap ace behind the mirror to fit the
indicator and will use a glue gun to stick them or a duct tape to secure
the backside of the mirror . Any questions are welcome . Please like and
Homemade LED tail lights for Celica GT, and how I made them
Playlist of other videos on the car
This is a quick video of me testing the brightness of my tail lights. 30
LED bulbs soldered on a circuit board. I show a little bit of me making it
How To Make Custom LED Angel Eyes Rings DIY
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A video showing how I created my custom LED angel eye rings. People has
been asking me to make it for them, but sorry, I don't have time. I thought
it would be helpful to put a video together. In this video, I also show how
I did my reflective tape upgrade to the ring to make it brighter and stand
out better. This simple little trick traps the otherwise lost light that
would have escaped into the reflective bowl, causing irregular light
pattern inside the headlamp which blends out the ring. It's not about
having the brightess ring; it's about making it stand out and doing it
cheap. LED is the way to go.
How To Clean Civic Type R Headlights with Toothpaste
We show you how to clean the misty haze layer that can appear on your
plastic headlight lenses over time making them look dull and transform them
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BMW E39: Hella Celis LED Tail Light Upgrade Installation
BMW E39 5 series pre-production September 2000 (9/00) came with the
old-style halogen rear lights. Post September 2000 (9/00) BMW used much
nicer lights, also made by Hella, that include LED segments. They look
100% better! Fitting the lights from a model-year 2001+ E39 to a
model-year 2000 and older E39 was possible, but very difficult. Hella has
made a retrofit kit for us model-year 2000 and older owners. Some minor
modifications and the use of ballasts are required, but it's no big deal if
you have a bit of time to work with (maybe 1-2 hours tops.) I purchased my
kit (Part Number 63212496297RW) here:
I used Phillips Silvervision PY21W bulbs in my rear turn signals so you
don't see the stock orange bulbs inside. I believe mine came from here:
Thanks so much for watching, let me know if you have any questions about
69 Charger R/T LED Tail Lights vs. Stock
Wanted to upgrade the stock incandescent lighting to LEDs. I bought the
Bayonet style thinking they would do the job but soon found out they didnt
produce "forward lighting effect". You want the light to be emitted towards
other drivers, not bouncing around your housing. So I purchased SMD LEDs. I
think SMDs are a great value for their money and then some. Each PCB has an
array of 36 LEDs in a 6x6 formation. I made mine in a rectangular formation
6 x 12. The light output is astounding. There is a section where the bulb,
LED Bayonet, and LED PCB are all lit on their own to you the luminescence.
Progression of the Tail Light
One might also note the visible progression of my movie making skills.
Although it still leaves much to be desired, there is no argument
improvement has been made.
This was made for the Kawasaki Nomad (2005-2008). The design has been
extremely refined and I've recently made them for sale. This LED board will
fit Nomads, Classics, and Drifters in a variety of years and sizes.
Available on eBay:
Mustang LED Sequential Taillight Kit Installation 1965-1966
Upgrade the look and brightness of your 1965-1966 Mustang's taillights with this kit
featuring 180 total LEDs and sequential turn signals! After installation,
your taillights will look up to five times brighter than stock lights.
These taillights don't sequence during braking thanks to the patented
"Smart Signal" technology, and white board design creates greater
reflectivity and light output that none can match!
The original lenses can be used with this kit, since these taillights run
cooler than the standard incandescent bulbs. Installation is a snap,
requiring NO additional wires or modifying.
See more Mustang taillights
from CJ Pony Parts:
Ford F-150 with a Q45 Retrofit and ORACLE Lighting Installed Throughout
We took a stock Ford F150 headlight and retrofitted Infiniti Q45 projectors
into the housings, installed ORACLE SMD halos, amber LED concept strip,
ORACLE HID kits in the low beam, high beam, and fog lights. LED concept
strip was installed into the tail lights to give this truck that one-off
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