05-30-11, 11:19 PM
Can anyone with experience tell me how easy it is to replace LED dome lights. I'm guessing I'll need 6 of them, and they should be brighter and less watts, correct?
Please check these on Ebay and let me know if they will fit, or are all of them universal?
05-31-11, 12:06 AM
I would encourage anyone looking to upgrade their lights to check with vLEDs. They have a quality product. There is also a thread in here with lots of info.
V-LED has good lights, some of the e-bay ones are junk. Great interior upgrade, do the visors and front door lights too,then puddle lights, fogs, backup lights........... where does the madness stop ;) Simple to do. :)
05-31-11, 04:24 PM
Are these as easy as the stock replacement bulbs? Cause I am no good at wiring anything, I can short just about anything (ex. My LEDs Pool light - still fried)
06-01-11, 12:42 AM
Very simple. No wiring, just plug and play. So easy a cave man can do it. LOL! !!
06-01-11, 03:19 AM
VLEDS all the way! You will not regret it and they are very simple to do. Just be careful removing the covers. Other than that just remove old bulbs and instal new.
Big Windy Ext
06-03-11, 09:17 AM
My Dad who didn't realize I changed the domes to led commented that it was about time they put in lights that you can actually see inside the car . V-led for me also,great stuff . I purchased some leds at the auto parts store , not the same lower output and failures . Every V-led has been in my EXT over a year now,not a single failure (jinx). They are very easy to install,if they don't light reverse the adapter .
06-10-11, 02:46 AM
I put red ones in the back! Nice ambiance when I am lying down in the back!