The new JW Speaker 239 J2 Series 3.5″ Round LED Front Turn Signals for the 2007+ Jeep Wrangler JK comes in 3 different styles: Regular Amber, Clear or Smoked. These LED replacement fixtures are easy to install drop-in housing replacements … Continue reading How to Install for J.W. Speaker Model 239 J2 LED Jeep Turn Signals
New 2014+ Tundras have a new fog light housing and a new fog light bulb. These new bulbs are now labeled as H16. Until this fog light housing came out, the bulb style used has never been called an H16. Before … Continue reading What’s the difference between H16 and 5202 LED bulbs for the Tundra?
Did you know HID lights will melt the fogs on your BRZ? We will show you what happened to our BRZ and show you 2 good high power LED options so you can STILL have upgraded fog lights. If … Continue reading WARNING: HID Bulbs Will Melt Subaru BRZ Fog Lights – Try These LEDs Instead!
We just revamped our 2013 – 2014 Dodge Ram HID Kit Install Guide for download here. This revised installation guide tells you how to remove the headlights from your 2013 and 2014 Ram trucks, how to remove the dust cover, how to install the bulbs, test and do the wiring. There’s even a section in the install guide for troubleshooting at the end! NOTE: 2015 Ram trucks that use the exact same headlights require a different install method than 2013 and 2014!! This is because in 2015 Dodge changed the headlight control system and there is currently no plug and … Continue reading 2013 – 2014 Dodge Ram HID Kit Install Guide
For a long time if you wanted to update your headlights to something brighter or a different color than stock the only option was to install an HID conversion kit, and this product has really been the only decent option for about 10 years now. In late 2013 a new product was announced by GTR Lighting that is set to shape the headlight landscape for the foreseeable future! I’d like to introduce to you the LED conversion kit and hopefully explain to you what the difference between this new LED kit product is when compared to an HID kit. … Continue reading Difference between HID and LED Conversion Kits
On April, 3rd 2013, American manufacturer JW Speaker Corp. announced they are working on a new LED fog light product designed specifically for the Jeep Wrangler JK: “As promised, we unveiled our latest Jeep product at Easter Jeep Safari last week! Introducing the new drop-in replacement LED Jeep fog light…a little something we’re calling the Model 6145!” JW Speaker also said “On the flickering side of things, we’ve tested the new fog light with the Jeep PWM duty cycle and frequency and we’re pleased to say that no flickering was present” so there is no worry about the strobe effect … Continue reading Jeep Wrangler Specific LED Fog Lights? Yes! They’re here!
One of the hottest new items for the Jeep Wrangler JK are LED fog lights. JW Speaker is becoming a favorite in the community with their matching LED headlights and fog lights, not to mention the JW Speaker line looks better than anything else on the market! If you are using an aftermarket bumper that is designed to re-use the factory fog lights, then here is a bracket made to fit the LED Fog Lights in place. The way they work is to sandwich the LED housing between aluminum plates on each side of the LED housing then use the … Continue reading How to install LED Fog Lights for the JK Jeep Wrangler
At the 2012 SEMA show in Las Vegas, NV the Ford Motor Company had no shortage of real estate, and within their massive display space, which also featured Ken Block signing autographs all day, were several 2013 Ford Mustang cars with newly designed LED Driving / Fog Lights. The Mothers RTR Spec 3, 3d Carbon Boy Racer and the SEMA “Powered By Women” were 3 of the custom builds featured in the Ford display area. Each one was a 2013 Ford Mustang, and none of the build sheets said anything about the new grill-mounted LED driving lights. SEMA Powered by … Continue reading 2013 Mustang LED Driving Fog Lights
When looking at replacing your stock automotive halogen/incandescent light bulbs with a new LED product it’s important to know the differences as to how the new light bulb will act in the housing you are going to place it in. For best results the LED color should be the same as the lens color or if bulb is behind a clear lens, use the appropriate color for turn and brake light functions. As an example: a red lens will filter out all but the red portion of the light so if the light is all red, none or very little … Continue reading Which Color LEDs should I use?