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:
We here at iJDMTOY.com sell a lot of LED light products for a wide variety of cars, trucks and SUVs. If you take a look at each product page on our website, you’ll see that each item comes with its own specialized installation guide. Each guide has clear, step by step directions to help you easily install your LED light bar or taillight or anything in between. However, some customers may have a tough time with some specific steps, especially if they are using a guide to install a product on a different car. Because we have many installation guides for every product, things do get confusing sometimes. That’s why we’ve created a centralized source for general installation guides with steps that apply to any vehicle.
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
The Chevy Camaro is a very well known American muscle car not only for having amazing performance for the price, but also from the movie "Transformers." This Maroon Chevy Camaro is fitted with our iJDMTOY LED DRL/Fog Lights kit and you can see how aggressive this makes the car look. If bumblebee from the transformers had these on him, his enemies for sure wouldn’t question how strong he is.
Audi is already such a high end car that there doesn’t seem to be much left that can be done to upgrade its quality. There are a couple components that can definitely be swapped out to add to the brightness and the overall driving experience. You could swap out your old stock reverse lights and upgrade to LED backup reverse lights to give you a nice, crisp output with better visibility at night. There is no such thing as having too much light when backing up, so brighter is definitely better when it comes to reverse lights.