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Your vehicle employs a system of automotive lighting that offers broader range and elusive illuminating features to enhance the safety features of your vehicle. You have your fog lights and headlights to light up your field vision to effectively caution you to safety while day to night driving. Your tail lights and marker lights mark your vehicle in making your oncoming vehicles aware of your presence and prevent hitting head on especially under poor lighting conditions. Lastly, you have your ever stylish cornering lights that functions in giving the right signals for safe and efficient maneuver that eliminates your risks of meeting accidents. This type of automotive light, as the name implies, indicates proper and accurate signal timing of your intentions of turning or changing lane. It usually comes in amber color which is actually the outermost pair of lights located on the front and rear edge of your vehicle. Because of its location, it is among the commonly overlooked automotive part for upgrades to customize the look of your vehicle. Euro clear corner lamps have been creating raves in automotive styling as a popular version of cornering light replacement or upgrades. Now, acquiring a much better stance to styling with a distinct character for street application is conveniently possible. Aside from being stylish, cornering lights establishes high levels of road and driving safety idea for any possible driving applications. As the name implies, it is located at the corners of your vehicle functioning to increase road and vehicle visibility and significantly minimize your risks of meeting accidents. It is designed to effectively communicate your vehicle's intention to maneuver to the following or approaching vehicle while driving. Once your corner lights are already faded or broken, immediately find replacements. Quality and stylish factory equivalents are conveniently available in our site perfect for your maintenance and replacements needs. Go on and seal great deal; with us right at your fingertips.
How to Replace Your Vehicle's Corner Lights
Corner lights or side markers function is to provide enough lighting when changing lanes or making sudden turns. It helps you communicate your current position and next action to the other drivers on the road. These lights help us avoid accidents and it's important that they work properly. Fender-benders, burnt out lights and exposure to sunlight are factors to consider when replacing them.
We have prepared the tools, tips and steps to help you change and install a new set of corner lights.
Difficulty Level: Easy
Tools that You'll Need:
- A set of screwdrivers
- Replacement corner lights
- Consult your vehicle's owner's manual its model and make before purchasing a replacement part. It's important to know the exact type and part that you're replacing
- Always wear recommended safety equipment like closed-toe shoes, an industrial-grade dusk mask, safety goggles and gloves.
Step 1: Open your vehicle's hood and look under the bumper to locate the corner light's housing.
Step 2: Once you've located the light's housing, disconnect the wire from the corner light's back.
Step 3: Turn the thumbscrew to detach the housing. Using your Phillips screwdriver, unscrew the entire housing assembly.
Step 4: Carefully remove the corner lights to avoid damage to the wires still connected to it.
Step 5: Turn the bulb socket counter-clockwise to dislodge it from the light's housing assembly. Pull the bulb away from the socket by grasping it firmly.
Step 6: Check the replacement parts before installing them on your vehicle. Make sure that all the parts have been accounted for.
Step 7: Install the new set of corner lights and reconnect the wire before mounting it.
Step 8: Apply the appropriate torque on its mounting screws and avoid over-tightening them.
Step 9: Turn on your vehicle to verify if the new corner lights are working.
Step 10: Repeat steps 1 to 9 for your vehicle's other side.
Installing a set of corner lights will take about 30 minutes for an expert DIYer and around an hour for a beginner. Always stay safe and have fun!