Archive for April, 2012
This 2009 Mercedes SLK280 received a host of updates, and the Error Free 1156 LED bulbs fitted in the whole conception in a very stylish and unique way. Without doubt, I thoroughly enjoy looking at this vehicle. The pleasure begins when you notice these slightly dimmed turn signals, while they gracefully emit LED light.
Mercedes-Benz’s three-pointed star has long been synonymous with style and prestige, but the owner of the ride really got this one right! The obvious pluses concerning the Mercedes LED turn signal lights are style, image, appearance and a certain level of customization. You should have these factors in mind when you decide to tune your vehicle to be a real head-turner.
Each LED bulb contains 21 pieces super bright 3-Cell 5050 SMD chips with over 1200 lum lighting output and thanks to the revolutionary new design the “European cars cannot install LED bulbs” problems are gone forever. One of the coolest thing is these Error Free 1156 LED bulbs are completely plug and play. No modification is required and you can install them in less than 10 minutes! A perfect replacement of all stock 1156/7506 bulbs and some 1157 or 2357 housings for Mercedes W209 CLK or W211 E Class as single fitment bulbs for front turn signal light bulbs. To sum things up, these bright bulbs will fit in most European cars such as Audi, BMW, Mercedes or Porsche and there will be no warning on dashboard nor hyper flash problems.
I bet owning that gorgeous black 2009 Mercedes SLK280 with Error Free 1156 LED bulbs is more than awesome. This guy was looking for more stylish look for his ride and got it. You may think this product is a great add-on to any vehicle, and you are right! Treat your beloved car with a newer, luxurious LED look without the luxurious price! Go to the iJDMTOY online shop and look for these Error Free 1156 LED bulbs.
The owner of this dazzling 2010 Honda Accord Sedan sure knows good stuff and added the 9005 LED DRL to his car upgrades. Even when you look at the GReddy license plate frame you understand this guy has a good taste. However, let’s take a look at the completely plug and play error free 9005 LED DRL, that make the car stands out from the crowd.
If you want to get rid of the ugly yellow high beam lights and make the entire front end match up well with everything xenon white, then this is the LED lighting you need! To be honest, this fancy LED look reminds me of the Iron Man movie. The High Beam LED Bulb looks just alike the powerful electric generator, called an arc reactor, secretly build by Stark and Yinsen. It shines so pretty and has that hi-tech futuristic look, which many modern automakers try to implement in their new models. Guess what – you can have it today from iJDMTOY just for a few bucks!
You will have no worries replacing the stock 55W 9005 (aka HB3) halogen bulbs on the high beam. In addition to that, these bulbs work as daytime running lights and the special DRL decoders will ensure the 9005 high beam LED bulbs light up without malfunction issue not flickering issue. You can install these "on the parking lot". Just remove both left and right stock daytime running light bulbs and harness. Then connect back with the special harness to one side, and one resistor decoder to the other side. Next plug both LED bulbs to the special wiring and plug the other resistor decoder as well. The last thing you should do is to install back with the LED bulbs on each side and that’s it.
Seeing this 2010 Honda Accord Sedan and the 9005 LED DRL in action is something you don’t see every day. But if you own a 2006 and up Honda or 2007 and up Acura, then you should definitely check out this awesome product. Look for the compatibility list at iJDMTOY online shop and have in mind this LED kit when you decide to fresh-up your ride.
This 2010 Mercedes-Benz E350 Coupe is a very hot car and the 6000K LED Parking Lights add a touch of elegance and beauty. The car is a rock star to me – it has everything you need, and despite you see it on the parking lot, don’t be fooled – when it drives by with all the windows down, it receives so many nods of appreciation. One beautiful vehicle!
I am smitten! The 6000K LED Parking Lights transformed the whole appearance and turned the Benz into a real princess. The owner was very happy with his purchase and said proudly:
"This is my 2010 Mercedes E350 Coupe with its new Xenon White 6000K Parking Lights using iJDMTOY’s 5-SMD-5050 T10 LED Bulbs with built-in resistors to replace my halogen W5WB bulbs".
As you have already read, this Error Free T10 LED bulb is equipped with 5 pieces 3-chip 5050 CREE SMD LED lights with built-in load resistors and fits most European cars such as Audi, Mercedes, Volkswagen without triggering "Bulb Out" error message on the dashboard. It is a perfect replacement for 168, 194, 2825, 2825LL, W5W LED bulbs, commonly used for parking lights, position lights, eyelid lights or license plate lights. What’s more, it gives a nice match with the HID headlights and the stock LED Daytime running lights from every angle.
Installing these shining pearls is very easy. First open the hood and locate to the back of the parking light lamp. Then twist the bulb socket and take it off. Replace the old stock bulbs with the LED one from iJDMTOY and insert it back. That’s all! But please have in mind the LED light is polar sensitive and if it doesn’t lit up, flip the adapter around and this should do the trick.
The owner of that 2010 Mercedes-Benz E350 Coupe got many nods of appreciation because of the 6000K LED Parking Lights and this is enough to think about getting a pair of this perfect LED high quality product. You know that every little detail does matter and could be the missing piece of the puzzle, called "That’s my hot ride!".
You can find this product under LED Side Door Courtesy Lights
Tool Required: a small flat screwdriver.
Step 1: Use the flat screwdriver to open the side door courtesy light lamp lens.
Step 2: Take the stock tungsten bulb(s) out and directly replace back with the JDM LED bulb(s).
Step 3: Test it, it the bulb(s) won’t light up, please take the bulb(s) out, rotate the bulb(s) 180 degree and re-install back again.
Step 4: Put back the side door courtesy light lens. Enjoy your beautiful LED side door lights.
You can take a look at these LED bulbs under LED turn signal lights
What’s the difference between conventional pin configuration vs. the special SRCK LED bulb?
For 1156/1157/7507 bulb, in case the stock socket’s wiring are reverse, how to correct this
For 3157 or 7443 LED bulbs, in case the Dim mode and Bright mode are reversed, how to correct this without reversing the stock harness
For LED turn signal lights, add load resistors
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