Our F1 style Subaru LED rear fog/brake light for the WRX, WRX STi, Impreza, and Crosstrek is an extremely popular LED light many Subaru enthusiasts like to add to their tail end. Not only does it replace their lower bumper bezel with a highly functional running light, but it also has an awesome strobing effect as they apply their brakes to warn drivers behind them that they are stopping in style. With a straightforward installation process, it’s no wonder the F1 style LED tail/brake lamp are practically flying off the shelves! While the wiring is simple, it’s also easy to get them mixed up and as a result, the Subaru LED brake light doesn’t work as it should. So what do you do?
We know that you guys love to customize your front end car lights, be it your headlights, fog lights etc. We have found that among the LED bulbs we carry, the four most popular colors of LED light bulbs that are likely used to decorate fog lights/headlights are:
Pure White – a simple white with no other colors mixed in
6500K HID Matching White – otherwise known as xenon white or cool white
Ice Blue or Aqua
Brilliant Blue or 20000K
The following is a series of frequently asked questions that we encounter on a regular basis. These questions are asked more often than others, out of the many different kinds we receive. Hopefully, these sound outs will help you make an informed decision next time you purchase from us.
Our iJDMTOY LED light bars greatly enhances a car, truck, or SUV’s appearance as well as its drivers’ visibility in rural areas such as a nighttime construction site, countryside, or mountains. As with any form of electronics, LED light bars do run on power. So whenever its power source diminishes, it doesn’t light up all the way through and may react in the following ways:
The light dims
Shuts off entirely
This phenemonon doesn’t have anything to do with the LED light bar at all. Check out the video below or read on.
When it comes to our extension wiring harness sockets wire, some customers come to us saying the sockets will not fit each other because they look different. So when they need to extend their wires for their LED lights on their Jeep Wrangler, their lights won’t function. There were enough responses to justify looking into so that’s what we did. After some research, we went ahead and found a 5202 size bulb to work with to see how the sockets do not fit each other. We recorded a video showing our results below:
Have you ever noticed that when you turn on your car, your LED lights strobe after installing them? If you haven’t, great! But for those who have seen the couple of seconds of strobing, you’re not the only one. We here at iJDMTOY do get a couple of calls from customers who claim it’s a flickering effect. However since it only lasts a moment, it’s more of a strobing effect rather than a flickering or flashing effect. The strobing is actually a common occurrance among newly installed LED light bulbs and is nothing to worry about. For the majority who have never noticed this, here’s a short video: