There are a lot of light bulbs that are mounted to a vehicle. Their uses range from providing forward facing illumination to signalling to other drivers. Some lights are used for their accent value. For anyone who is not mechanically or electrically inclined, keeping track of the different types of bulbs and sizes will get tricky, fast.
At the same time, there are a lot of reasons that one might want to switch out some of the light bulbs on their vehicle, and there are automotive LED bulbs out there that you can use as replacements for some of the lights your vehicle currently uses. For example, there are replacement tail light bulbs and brake lights, along with side marker bulbs, turn signals, fog lights and more.
Replacing any or all of these lights with LED replacement bulbs might even come with some serious benefits for you as a driver. For example, LEDs last much longer than incandescent bulbs and halogen bulbs, and they are much more durable as well. Some LED replacements are resistant to vibration and shock, moisture, corrosion and more. They also draw a lot less power from the vehicle’s electrical system.
At that point the main roadblock becomes one where you can get those automotive LED bulbs and figure out how to make the actual replacement. Here’s the catch; for people who are not familiar with car parts, even replacing a turn signal with a factory replacement can be confusing. Here’s a quicker and easier way to figure out what lights to use and how to make the replacement.
The first thing you can do is consult your vehicle’s owner’s manual, which should list out all of the lights on your car by size. You will have a code that you can match to other LED light bulbs for sale. Comparing the two will show you which LED replacement car lights are suitable for your vehicle.
That’s the best, sure fire way to do it if you don’t have any experience switching out or replacing automotive bulbs, because there are simply too many parts and too much to sift through if you aren’t well familiar. However, there is an easier and faster way you can accomplish this, which you can check by your owner’s manual just to be sure.
Visit DiodeDynamics.com and use their vehicle finder tool. All you have to do is enter your vehicle’s year, make and model and the tool will list out all of the compatible LED bulbs that you can use with your vehicle.
Let’s say the vehicle finder tool suggests Diode Dynamics’ Tail Lights for your 2020 Jeep Wrangler. The vehicle finder tool did the hard part of finding the tail lights, but if you need to be sure you can check the product part specifications and check them by your Jeep’s owner’s manual. The product in question is a bulb size of 3157, which you can cross reference via the owner’s manual.
This is a faster and easier way to ensure you’re using the right automotive LED bulbs, and the best part is that these LEDs at Diode Dynamics are true plug and play replacements for a Jeep’s factory original incandescent tail light bulbs. You don’t need to do any wiring or any modifications, and it’s a quick and easy way to upgrade to LEDs.
To learn more about the other types of super bright automotive LED replacement bulbs you can use with your car or truck, visit DiodeDynamics.com. There you can use their vehicle finder tool to make the process easier, and if you have any questions, you can reach out to them by phone at 314-205-3033 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.