One easy way to do that is by upgrading your interior car lights with simple, inexpensive LED lights. You’ll have a more brightly lit cabin for those long nights, which could do wonders for Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD). Here’s what you need to know about choosing and installing LED lights for cars.
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We could go on and on about the benefits of basic LED replacement lights. Here are a few reasons why they’re in all our cars:
1. They produce a more vibrant, clean white light than the standard yellowish incandescent bulbs.
2. LED bulbs also come in a variety of colors and kits that allow you to customize your interior to your needs and style.
3. LEDs have a longer life than incandescent bulbs and run cooler. 4. They also draw less power, which translates to fewer drained batteries because someone left the door ajar.
5. Replacing interior bulbs with LEDs requires no special tools or experience.
You can upgrade your car’s dome, map, glovebox, step, and/or trunk lights. How accessible the bulbs in these areas are depends on your vehicle’s make and model. Many vehicles feature a clear, plastic lens cover held in place by plastic clips and/or a few screws. In that case, use a flathead screwdriver to loosen the screws and gently pry off the lens covers. In other vehicles the dome and map light bulbs are housed inside a unit held into place with larger metal clips. Removing these units will take a little more time and skill, but a screwdriver will still do the trick. Once you’ve removed the lens covers or light units, replace the incandescent bulbs with LEDs. For help selecting the correct LED lights for your car, talk to your Advance Auto Parts Team Member. White bulbs are classic and provide the best visibility for these areas, but the choice is yours. If possible, double check that the lights work before replacing the face plates. LED bulbs have positive and negative polarity, like a battery. So if they don’t light up at first, you may need to turn the bulbs around.
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