In many people’s eyes, daytime running lights (DRLs) are a function that are just there; it only exists so other drivers can see you. DRLs aren’t very exciting to talk about either because they are not very bright nor are they fun to look at. And if you’re not a car fanatic, you might not even know that DRLs are a part of your headlight assembly! (honestly what normal person can tell?) However, one dear customer DOES know what they are and knows how to utilize the Audi A6-style xenon white LED daytime running lights to its full potential.
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): -Bulb -Bulb adapter -Stock socket harness
Many vehicles today come with rear reflectors that don’t do anything but reflect light. Some people change theirs to make it into functional rear fog lights just like this Jeep Grand Cherokee. This Jeep is equipped with our Jeep LED Rear Fog Light and is a direct replacement from the rear bumpers. It makes something that only reflects into working LED lights that can be seen from farther away.
As drivers, we have to replace our tires every so often due to normal wear-and-tear or intense off-road use, but what can we do when we’re done with those tires? Throw them away? Recycle them? What is becoming quite popular nowadays with used tires is actually some crafty DIY repurposing of the tires to make some handy dandy household goods.
Find that the shelves at your local furniture store are too basic? Grab a used bulldozer or work tire and stick a couple of wooden boards to make your own rugged shelf.
Enthusiasts looking for the ultimate DIY assembly need to look no further than a set of flexible LEDayFlex LED Daytime Running Lights for a pretty sweet look. Each kit comes with 10 pieces of eagle eye LED lights that can be installed into the lower bumper for a unique JDM look. You can choose to install from two to ten LED lights per side so the possibilities are endless. Simply use the drill bit and drill into the locations where you think these LED DRL would look best and watch as your car transforms into an incredible Japanese style ride. The design makes the LED assembly very versatile and able to fit along the same of practically any bumper, making this the perfect DIY product.