Did you notice that the LEDs in the Vertex were dimmer or did the unit stop working on you? The reason I ask is because I installed my Vertex's in my Corolla so close to my blinker bulb, I think they might actually be touching...lednut said:I have a 2007 Ford Expedition and I have my Vertex's in the fog lights and I found that the heat from the fog light bulb actually melted the dome cover on the Vertex. I ended up moving them up because I use my fog lights all the time.
occram said:Did you notice that the LEDs in the Vertex were dimmer or did the unit stop working on you? The reason I ask is because I installed my Vertex's in my Corolla so close to my blinker bulb, I think they might actually be touching...
Where they mounted above or below the actual bulb in the fog light housing? if above, try below...lednut said:No, the LED's worked fine. The outer lens cover on the LED just began to melt and a ran drop diformity showed up in the outer cover of the LED. The LED's to this day work fine. What sucks is I really liked them in the fog lights cause they looked nice when they were on cause of the size of the fog light housing.
unlisted said:Where they mounted above or below the actual bulb in the fog light housing? if above, try below...
TheGatekeeper said:I'm wondering... Would it make sense to install the Vertexes in place of the foglight bulbs ? (as we are in the city most of the time, the foglights are hardly ever used)
Since Vertex have a built-in flasher, they could be activated from the foglight switch... Not bad for undercover... :?
BigDogg795 said:On thoughts on/ 's on a 2006+ Civi Impala? I could have sworn I saw something that indicated the housings were too small in the rear for Strobes, and there wasn't anywhere in the front suitable to accept a bulb...
jim556 said:New to this site. Could use some help with rearLED suggestions for installation on 2010 Charger. From what I have read here, LED units are not getting positive reviews. Can you double up LED/ in a Charger or is it not recommended for covert only lighting? Are the rear tail/back up light housings too small for heat from strobes? Thanks.
The first gen undercovers or the latest model offers (with different lens options?)ranair911 said:I put 2Undercovers in the back-up lights of a 2010 Fusion. They are ok at night but virtually invisible during the day. Has anyone doubled them to increase the output? Did it make a significant difference? A video would be great.