Reviewed By Roy f (Cocoa, FL) Reviewed for a 2005 Nissan Titan —2/25/2015 12:19 AM
Well this is my first time I install light in my truck the instructions was easy,there are strong no bright but u can confused with the regular light u have
Reviewed By Lorin W (South Portland, ME) Reviewed for a 2010 Nissan Titan —9/21/2011 4:17 AM
I like the blacked out look, it goes well with the color scheme of my truck.They are pretty effective as well. I have them tied into my high beams, so when you hit the high beam it's pretty intense.
Reviewed By John B (Hampton, IA) Reviewed for a 2006 Nissan Titan —12/10/2009 8:42 PM
The factory back-up lights for my Titan made it difficult to see behind me when backing so I purchased the Hella FF50 light set to brighten things up. The lights are small and very low profile so they don't extend below my tow hitch or stick out and look gaudy or out of place. They are pretty bright and make it a lot easier to see when backing out or hooking up a trailer. The instructions are not very good though and the wiring and hardware that come with the lights are pretty cheap. I bought some 14 gauge wire and connectors, and other wiring hardware which I used for everything except the two connectors inside the light housing. Aside from that I am very happy with the lights, light housing, and mounting brackets which are good quality, easy to install, and look nice. The lighted switch requires you to tap into your headlight wiring which I was unwilling to do and the instructions use the frame to complete the circuit which I also don't like. So I threw out their wiring instructions, ran a few more wires, cut out the relay, added an inline fuse on the power wire and I am happy with the results.