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I didn’t think there could be more lights compressed into one bulb until I saw the 168 LED bulbs. The 168 LED bulbs are for the parking lights for the 2004 Infiniti G35 Coupe. LED Parking Lights can be extremely beneficial for night time drives. Often times, drivers may find their cars lacking sufficient light. The help of LED Parking Lights will offer that extra light for drivers to drive more comfortably.
We want to use high beams only for completely dark roads in the middle of nowhere. But for everyday long drives during night time, we find ourselves lacking visibility not because we have poor vision, we just don’t have sufficient amount of light!
The 2004 Infiniti G35 Coupe’s parking lights are unique because it is on the side. This allows the 168 LED bulbs to offer light on the edges of the car maximizing light output. LED Parking Lights also provide a sleek and stylish appearance to any car. The pure Xenon White or Ultra Blue is a great complement to the G35’s headlights.
The bold white or intense blue really brings out how a G35 should look; sleek. The sleek style is suitable for a casual or formal look. So you can impress your friends or your boss. Or impress your friends like a boss.
The unique design of the 2004 Infiniti G35 Coupe deserves unique lights. You should treat your G35 with the best care, and when I say best care give it best lights. 168 LED bulbs is far brighter than the regular stock bulbs. LED technology also consumes less power and has a much longer lasting life. In the end, these little bulbs can save you money so it’s worth it. Since they’re so long lasting, they can last as long as your own car. The LED Parking Lights is a smart and inexpensive investment for drivers and car enthusiasts. \
Nowadays, drivers are switching their stock headlights for HIDs for a better look and performance. But, did you know there is different LED parking lights to choose from as well? Next to headlights, Parking City Lights illuminate significantly at night. Upgrading to LED parking lights can your next investment if you’re looking to changing up your lights beside headlights.
Blue is the new amber! Not really, they both are very different. One is warm and the other one is cool. But if you want to stand out like a sore thumb than why not change your Parking City Lights to blue ones? Our extroverted customer wanted to sport a different style and has changed his amber Parking City Lights to blue ones as we see here.
This distinctive color is an excellent addition to car enthusiasts who want to go for a new look on their car. Changing up your Parking City Lights really does make a difference! And if you don’t like blue, there are also other colors such as pure xenon white and red for all you hot heads.
Those LED parking lights are so bright, they can replace the car’s headlights! Blue Parking City Lights complements HIDs very well like peanut butter and jelly, you can’t have a plain jelly sandwich that’s just wrong.
The cool and relaxing color of blue provides attitude to the car and driver. Amber provides…well, nothing. It’s too common. Unless you like to be common, then stick with Amber. But if you’re adventurous and wish to stick out from the crowd like myself, then blue is the new amber for you.
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As you can tell from the pictures, the 168 LED bulbs are super bright and shines it around in the dark.
Each LED bulb equips with 12 pieces high quality SMD LED lights made by CREE Electronics, which is about twice as bright as the conventional 9-LED T15 LED bulbs.
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It has recently been standard and popular for more recent cars to get LED lights on their license plates. The reason why? The LED lights are inarguably much better looking and brighter.
Now, if you own a Honda Accord, Honda Civic or Acura TSX model, below are the step-by-step about how you can set up LED lights on the license plate:
- Find the ideal LED lights for the Honda Accord/Honda Civic/Acura TSX. All you get to do is to go on the internet. Your 1st stop is Osram Bulb Guide. You can easily find the bulb size you need for the license plate lights which is size 168. Then, your 2nd stop is iJDMTOY.com. Make a simple search for the any of the following key phrases like "Honda Accord", "Honda Civic", "Acura TSX", "168 LED ", "license plate bulbs". In a few moments, you can already obtain the a lot of links about the LED license plate lights that will fit your vehicle. Of course, it is important to limit your search by the color and LED bulb design. Prior to you make the purchase, find out about your local law for the LED coloring. Some States do not permit the use of colored LED lights put in over the license plate.
- Install the new LED lights on your Honda Accord/Honda Civic/Acura TSX. Open your car's trunk. Try to find the trunk lid liner. It is the carpeted part. Take it out. Then, get a screwdriver. Begin loosening all of the plastic clips. Let each of them pop out. Be more careful the following. You do not wish to break any of those plastic clips. Don't push them out. Depend on your screwdriver in doing the job smoothly. Also, keep all the plastic clips together. You will need all them so that you can reinstall the trunk lid liner back.
- Once you have taken off the trunk lid liner, take a look at the bulb sockets. There are 2 of them and they are made of plastic. Reach the first bulb socket. Twist it bit by bit. Twist counter-clockwise. Keep on twisting until it gets completely loose and you can remove the light bulb. Move forward by swapping it with one of your new LED bulbs. Do the same methods to replace the second bulb socket with another new LED bulb.
- Take a look if the new LED lights are functioning properly. Before you put back everything, check your recently mounted LED bulbs by turning on your car's lights. If they are not working properly, try to reverse them around 1st. See if there is any improvement. If still nothing happens, check the metal contacts. Try to spread them out a little bit. Next, put the bulbs again. This should do the trick. If they are ALRIGHT, use your screwdriver and use it to install back the plastic clips. Tighten them. And then, reposition the carpet cover over the trunk lid liner.
If you have picked up the appropriate LED lights for your license plates, your buddies, and co-workers are surely gonna be thrilled to note the improvement. Of course, besides from standing out, the license place will certainly be properly seen.
Here are some pictures for how to install the LED License Plate Lights, please take a look
LED license plate lights are the easiest to install. For instance on a 2006 Honda Civic if you wanted to check the bulb size you would look at the Sylvania Osram guide and find your model. In this case the 2006 Honda Civic takes 168 bulb for license plate lights.
We actually carry a bunch of 168 bulbs but this Honda Civic has 12-SMD T10 LED bulbs installed. These T10 LED bulbs have 12 SMD 1210 pieces arranged around the bulb for a full area shine. These bulbs are available in white or blue, but we recommend white for license plate lights because of regulations in some states.
To browse our complete lineup of 168 LED bulbs you can visit the category link under Sort By Position Used and find License Plate Lights which will take you to our entire listing of 168 license plate light bulbs.
We hope to see you soon, for installation instructions just visit the navigation bar link on top where it says Tech Support/DIY resources for step-by-step instructions on removing and replacing the license plate lights.
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