Leo came by our storefront with his Mercedes G63 to pick up a few new products for his luxurious SUV, and he stuck around just long enough for us to ask him if we can try out an installation for our rear LED turn signal tail lights. We learned quite a bit as the installation process took about 3 hours! Thankfully Leo was very patient with us and received the LED assembly for his troubles. We’ve overhauled our installation guide so you guys can get it right the first time. With that being said, this is how to install our G-Class LED turn signal tail lights.
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
Does your car still have stock halogen bulbs? Plenty of new cars nowadays come with factory HID, but if yours didn’t come with HID, then you can always get an HID Conversion Kit to convert your headlights to the crisp, white color you see on many high end luxury cars. Fortunately, an HID Conversion Kit fixes all of those halogen headlights and gives you HID headlamps without having the pricey sticker price as well.
This guide illustrates how to convert BMW stock vanity light to a new one. This LED is compatible with 2013+ BMW F30 3 Series, 2014+ BMW F35 4 Series, 2014+ BMW F15 X5. Installation is very easy and straightforward. Some people don’t like the stock warm white so they opt to change the LED into a brighter, whiter color. This is the reason why we’ve come out with a new product to change into a brighter LED. Many young people prefer a whiter LED over the stock warm white LED.