Ever had a nightmare where you were backing up and you couldn’t see where you were going? Then you backed off a cliff into oblivion because your reverse lights were too dull. That seems oddly specific and suspiciously catered to segue into this post, but you can’t disagree that having a strong set of backup reverse lights is extremely important. What’s a step up above standard is a brand new set of Kia Optima LED backup reverse lights that make driving backwards at night a piece of cake.
It’s extremely important to have adequate visibility during night driving, especially when backing the car up. These 921 LED bulbs for backup are
specially designed for reverse light purposes or parking city lights. The CREE high power T10 LED bulb has 3 pieces of 5W high powered CREE
emitters in the front with a optical projector so that makes the output extremely bright.
Sometimes, you see cars on the road with that fried egg look, which means that there’s no clear front end, making your car look like there are eggs thrown onto your vehicle. These PWY24W bulbs get rid of that fried egg look so that you can use them as turn signal lights or daytime lights. We all know that fried eggs belong on breakfast plates, not on cars. Either option looks fantastic so your hardest decision is deciding how you want to use these LED bulbs.
One of the hardest things about upgrading your interior lights is finding which bulb sizes fit your car and how many of each LED bulb to buy. This can be quite a hassle, since you run the chance of buying the wrong bulb sizes, buying too many, or not buying enough. Fortunately, direct fit LED interior packages completely eliminate the bulb buying headache and make everything exponentially easier. All you need to do is select your car’s year, make, and model, and everything you receive will correspond to all the bulbs you will need to deck out your car’s interior.
When it comes to core bulb sizes and their derivatives, it’s good to know that these bulbs can fit into the same housing. These bulbs include:
9005 –> H10 (9145, 9155, 9150, 9140)
H11 –> H8 H9
880 –> 886, 889, 892, 893, 890, 862, 881, 884, 885. 894, 898, 899
Bulbs to the left of the arrow will be able to fit into the housing of their respective core bulbs to the right. This demonstration is based on the 9005 bulb with the H10 core.
The 9005 bulb is a derivative of the core H10 bulb, meaning that bulbs sizes such as the 9005, 9145, 9155, 9150, 9140 can fit into the H10 housing. At first glance, it may appear that the H10 bulb has tabs that cannot fit into the stock housing. Actually, the bulb can still fit into the housing with a little bit of twisting and maneuvering.