waterproof LED trailer lamp LED Trailer Lamp

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100% waterproof LED TRAILER LAMP
This kind of light can be used for trailer light (trake,turning travel,back up combination trail light) tailer motor house atv yacht light,with the advantage of high brightness,rich colors,low power and long lifespan, It can be installed easily and used in any weather.Good warning effect.100% waterproof led trailer lamp.Rated voltage is 24V, working voltage is 24V,Installation way can be changed as customers'request.Various colors available

 

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Q:Where can I get a remote control for my light system when I install it on my vehicle?
. I think it might be illegal to tamper with your lights, but maybe that's only in Canada. But I imagine any shop that can install a car alarm could help you. ...for maybe $400. NAPA or some auto parts store might have some module you can just solder in but it's unlikely.
Q:Car headlamps 12V55W
This is mainly the installation of the problem, do not use the lamp directly to take, bring gloves, bulb oil burned fast
Q:Some car lights why there are two headlights? Is a near light far? As well as near light is the same light?
There is ah: headlight bulb is H4 is just a light light
Q:Car headlights shade wear how to do?
For a / not how much money
Q:i have a 2000 impala and the service traction system light has been coming on and the light trac off is?
Like the other answer said it's most likely the wheel speed sensor...the PCM will store the code however if it's not an active code I wouldn't go changing stuff....sometimes it can be the wiring(the wiring in that area SUCKS). If it happens again go to a dealer or a trusted shop, not some idiot behind a parts counter.
Q:Car headlamps inside how to deal with water
Do you see how the lights are sealed? Mostly sealed badly
Q:Car headlamps aging how to do
Polished Yeah ~ In fact, the outside of the headlamps and paint the same, over time will fog discoloration, you can find a special headlights refurbished point of view, if the local can go to the car sheet metal there to see, Under the headlamps in the cleaning, polishing, installation. Polishing method of the general technicians will be, if the surface of the sand with a serious sanding sand ~
Q:Feipu h4 car headlamp bulb how much money one
We bought the Yangzhou sellers of the transparent five more than a domestic manufacturers genuine Oh good quality
Q:There is water vapor in the car taillight
There is little water vapor is normal, if more likely to be caused by bad lamp seal. First look at the back cover is not covered, you can use the hair dryer blowing
Q:Recommend a good auto surveillance system.?
There are many surveillance cams that might be adaptable to a vehicle, but we don't know what the precise parking and building layout are - or your familiarity with setting up a power supply. I get my different cameras at Fry's Electronics. bhphotovideo has an OK selection. There are some commercial grade vehicle surveillance systems, but they seem like overkill for your needs and will be difficult to adapt to other situations, if needed. Remember, the camera is only one piece. I presume you need the video recorded. There are video surveillance digital video recorders (DVRs). Much more useful than the tape based systems. But again, power is the issue. There are a few small POV cams that use flash memory (like those from VIO, but they don't do well in low/no light) and the batteries won't likely last for an entire shift - and you don't want the car's battery drained. I am not aware of any vehicle motion detection integrated systems - but external motion detection (someone approaching the vehicle) is possible. Where do you plan on putting the cameras? In the car? No/Low light infrared systems may have issues with glare/reflection from the vehicle's windows. In the wheel wells? That just sounds like trouble waiting to happen. You will likely need 4 cameras to cover all approach angles. (front/sides/rear), but I can't figure out where you would mount them - maybe on an SUV with a roof rack, but on a sedan, that would look too strange. And running the wires could be a challenge unless you can squeeze them through the top portion of the door or trunk weather strip... I was figuring putting the DVR in the trunk and running the wires there. The back of the car is do-able with a small back-up camera. The front is sort of do-able with a grill-mount, but the sides... they are a challenge. Especially with the no/low-light requirement. The small cameras don't have an infrared emitter; and those with an infrared emitter are BIG. Good luck...

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