How to Upgrade to LED Lights

Vehicle LED lighting is becoming more and more popular, but making the upgrade requires more than just a light swap. To start taking advantage of the safer and more cost-effective LED lighting alternative to incandescent lighting, you’ll need to make sure you have a LED Load Resistor to ensure proper illumination and flash rate of LED tail lights, turn lights, brake lights, and more. It is important to note the LED load resistor should be mounted on metal and away from plastic materials.

To learn more about how to upgrade from incandescent to LED tail lights, turn lights, break lights, and other LED lighting, watch the video below as our tech, Scott, explains how to use a LED load resistor to get the job done right.

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