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:
One car light that many people don’t give much thought to is the rear license plate light; outside of looking at our rear view mirror and side mirrors, we don’t pay much attention to what’s behind us nor can we see it. Since the 1970s, every manufactured vehicle in the United States come equipped with rear license plate lights. Because this is standard equipment on our vehicle, we put it by the wayside in favor of other “sexy” car lights. But that doesn’t mean license plate lights can’t have flair either.
Last year, one of our customers attended Autocon 2016 at the Los Angeles Convention Center to showcase his BMW M3 and demo our xenon white high power LED license plate light.
BMW has been creating many great performance cars for a very long time with an amazing history and car line. Compared to Mercedes AMG, the M series cars almost all perform better than those carrying the AMG badge. To match its amazing performance, one must be able to see farther and in more dangerous weather which is why this BMW 4 series that one of our customer brought over is equipped with our
iJDMTOY Projector Lens Fog Lamps.
When the people think about the GTR, most people think about the Nissan GTR nicknamed, “Godzilla.” They believe that this is the only GTR around and that the name GTR only belongs on a Nissan, but little do people know that they weren’t the first ones to put a GTR badge on a car.
When you’re installing your new LED bulb, there are several components in the socket that are important to note. You have the actual bulb, the bulb adapter, and the stock socket harness. During the installation process, if the LED bulb does not seem to "fit", make sure that you have removed the appropriate piece in order to make the connection.
Below, you can see the three components (from top to bottom):
-Stock socket harness