Reviewed By James P (MONROE, NC) Reviewed for a 2003 Chevy Suburban —5/28/2015 2:37 PM
The new lights really make the back of the car look so much better and clean. Very bright
Reviewed By John O (TULSA, OK) Reviewed for a 2004 Chevy Suburban —5/28/2015 8:33 AM
Having had the Firestone dealer tell me his cost was about $200 I jumped on this $70 item and installed myself. What a breeze! Fit right into the rubber insulation and slot without a hitch....wife only mentioned that it wasn't red like the original (it's clear) but what the heck, it works for now. Highly recommend!
When it’s time to upgrade your vehicle’s lighting and bring it into the 21st century, LED lighting can’t be beat. Fast becoming standard issue on most new cars, LED lights are one of the easiest ways to add modern style and high performance to your older ride. But, exactly what do LED lights do? Let’s answer that by discussing how LED lights work.
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Life is all about making choices. And, AutoAnything is here to help. If you’re having a tough time deciding between LED lights and halogen lights, be sure to check out this article for everything you need to know before making a buying decision.
Nick Holonyak, an employee at General Electric is the brains behind the modern LED light since his development of the first practical visible-spectrum LED in 1962. Holonyak’s technology has been applied to the automotive world to light up the night like never before. Which product provides the best LED lights for your ride? Let’s take a closer look.