Questions and Answers about Euro & LED Tail Lights
Q: Do I need to cut and splice wires to install your tail lights?
A: No. All of the lights that we sell come complete with the factory harness that just plugs into your vehicle.
Q: What is so special about LED Tail Lights?
A: Besides the fact that they look cool LED bulbs are up to 10 times brighter than normalátail lights,áso visibility in greatly improved.
Q: How hard areátail lightsáto install?
A: It is as easy as replacing your factory lights. On most vehicles you just open the trunk move the trunk liner to the side and see the 4-5 screws that hold the lights in. After removing the screws you unplug the light harness and reverse your steps to install.
Q: What colorátail lights would look best on my car?
A: This is a tough question to answer but we recommend that if you have a dark color car you can use smoked or black tail lights. If you have a light color car or truck the clear lens or red lens looks good. Again it is up to you, itĺs your vehicle so do what makes you happy.
Euro tail lights were introduced with the creation of the Lexus IS300. Originally, euro tail lights were an exclusive feature unique to this luxury sedan, but they soon became so popular with car enthusiasts, that they were in demand for every make and model of vehicle.
In the late nineties, when the popularity of clear tail lights arose, euro tail lights were invented to meet the needs of a new market that lacked street legal clear tail lights. Models of clear tail lights existing back then did not incorporate the red reflector, which is necessary for tail lights to be DOT approved. Euro tail lights effectively solved this problem by introducing a design that used red reflectors and a clear casing. Today, euro tail lights are available for almost every make and model of car and truck. There are many benefits to these tail lights, including their easy plug and play installation, which usually takes between 15 and 30 minutes. Euro tail lights also give a car a sporty look as well as a strong beam focus that makes them easy to see. Additionally, the clear casing gives them a sleek, clean look. Newer euro tail lights often use LED technology, which lasts longer than OEM tail lights; plus they are brighter, and use less of your vehicle.s power. For older vehicles, the euro tail light look with LED is still accessible via easy conversion kits.
Euro tail lights come in a variety of styles, including the standard chrome interior with red reflectors and clear casing, smoked casings, carbon fiber interiors, black interiors, and gun metal interiors to mention just a few.