Frequently Asked Questions Ask APW
Is it difficult to install a LED Altezza or Euro-style Dodge Ram 2500 tail light?
Answer: It is not difficult at all--all it requires are Torx and flathead screwdrivers, the tail light assembly, and a few minutes to spare. Changing tail lights on all Dodge Ram 2500 just entails the removal of two Torx screws to remove the old tail light, plugging it out, and doing the reverse procedure to put the new tail lights in place.
Since it is mostly advised that headlights should be changed in pairs, do the tail lights in a Dodge Ram 2500 need to be changed in pairs as well?
Answer: Headlight bulbs are usually changed in pairs for two reasons: the other one will most likely wear out soon after and to keep an equal intensity of illumination from both lights. For tail lights, brake lights, and side lights, changing in pairs is not really all that important but if one has broken down, it is still wise to keep a spare bulb in the trunk in case the other blows soon after. Most auto lights are usually sold in pairs or more so this should not be a problem.
What are the usual options to change the look of a Dodge Ram 2500 tail light?
Answer: Three common style upgrades for tail lights on a Dodge Ram 2500 are LED, fiber optic, and Altezza or Euro-style tail lights. The first two involve the actual source of light while the last one is all about the actual style. Apart from providing a more modern look, Dodge Ram 2500 tail light LED bulbs also offer a lot of other advantages: longer lifespan, faster light-up, and less power requirements. Fiber optics are relatively new to auto lighting but its use is quickly spreading out. They are currently used with LED to give a nice, futuristic look to the lights. Altezza lights are very popular upgrades that totally change the look of the entire headlight assembly.