Do you have an American car and are super jealous of all the cool LED add-ons available for your Japanese or European counterparts? It seems like all the state of the art LED merchandise is tailor made for Japanese and Europeans, but those who own a newer Chevy Malibu are in luck today. This set of xenon white OEM Fit LED daytime running lights are a pair of pretty kick ass upgrades for your 2013-up, 8th gen, Chevy Malibu that’s sure to make heads turn and necks break by replacing the stock fog lamp bezel and add an impressive LED DRL.
These high power COB LED daytime running lights gives your car that kick-ass new Audi A4/A5 LED look, so your car can channel the same luxury that 2013-up Audis are famous for. These COB high power LED lights are so much like the Audi lights that when they light up, you won’t even see each individual LED at all, making the glow a uniform strip that just drips in high quality.
These 50W Max Capacity High Power CREE WRX 9005 LED Daytime Lights are great for any car that uses the 9005 sized bulbs for the fog lights or daytime running lights. If you hate to conform and is irritated by the yellowish incandescent bulb, this Subaru WRX LED DRL is a fabulous and affordable way to get the nice HID/Xenon look.
One of our customers installed this set of Super Bright 68-SMD H7 LED DRL bulbs on his 1997 BMW 525i because he was sick of that boring yellow factory light. These BMW High Beam LED DRL replaces the stock halogen bulb on the high beam function and the special decoders make sure that there’s no flickering issue so the bulbs light up fully.
This quick and easy guide will demonstrate how to install the Volkswagen MK6 GTi LED Daytime Running Lights. All you really need is your pry tool and you are all set for this installation. You will be able to show off your new LED lamps in absolutely no time at all! We had a customer ask how to install this so we created this installation guide.
1. Before, we had a customer install this product by removing his front bumper. Even though you can do it this way, we discovered that if you have a pry tool you can pop out the stock bezel without having to remove the bumper. Use a plastic pry tool to pop out the stock fog light bezel covers. Don’t use a screwdriver because you may unintentionally scratch it.