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Once the spark plug fires, the strobe lights emit flashes of light indicating the timing of each combustion cylinder. This crucial function allows you to adjust the spark timing when it's not properly set. However, because these components are located near the cylinders, extreme heat can make them deteriorate prematurely. And to make sure that you can conveniently change your engine's timing once again, you should acquire a Strobe Light Kit to replace your worn out parts. With a kit like this, you can make a quick replacement of your washed-up factory-installed strobe lights. Not only that, you can also guarantee that you'll be replacing them with top-quality parts that won't easily give in to constant wear and tear. And that's only possible because each component is made from highly durable materials that are resistant to heat and moisture. Additionally, these strobe lights are also customized to match the settings of your vehicle. By doing this, you won't have to make any unnecessary vehicle modifications just to guarantee a precise fit. To top it off, this OEM-fit allows you to perform a speedy installation process. So there's really no need to hire someone else to do this job for you since you can accomplish it on your own. By having a Strobe Light Kit, you're assured that you can replace your faulty strobe lights without any trouble at all. And if you want to have the best-quality kit, be sure to place your orders here at Auto Parts Warehouse today.

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Get the Right Strobe Light Kit That'll Suit Your Car's Look

Customize the looks of your car by installing a strobe light kit. People won't help but notice the aura surrounding your car with this amazing modification. The extra lights will immediately turn heads as your ride shines brighter than any other car on the road. To get you started as you pick a set of strobe lights, here are a few things to consider first.

True colors

The most obvious choice when picking a strobe light kit is the color the lights will give. Amber, green, purple, red, and white are only a few of the many hues to pick for the lights. Makers offer different colors to choose from. Deciding what color is completely up to your personal taste. Mix and match the lights with the car's paint job to get the best combination.

Strong housing

People usually place these lights is under the car. If you choose to go with this route, make sure that the light's housing is strong enough to take the abuse of nature. Check if it's waterproof, and shatterproof. Don't pick lights that will blow when wet, or cases that will break when rocks hit them. As the owner, you want the confidence that your lights make your car look good instead of awkward because of the bad lights.

Extra extra

Check the extra features the kit may offer. Some kits have a cigarette lighter plug for quick plug and play installation. Other kits even have cool features like noise activated sensors that turns on the light along to the beat of the song on your car's radio. These types of additions may help you filter your options better.

Legal lights

Do some research about the legality of putting extra lighting accessories on your car's exterior. Some states pull over vehicles for simply driving with unnecessary lights. Even lighting with too playful colors get fined. The price of paying for a ticket is more expensive than the price you get from a cool looking ride. To be safe, it is recommended that you never drive whenever you turn these strobe lights on. The lights are for show, not for the road.

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Fitting Your Car With a Strobe Light Kit

All cars have headlights and taillights. However, not every car owner would consider installing strobe lights on their car for a cooler, more customized look. With these lights, make your vehicle look like it came out of a magazine commercial for everyone to admire. Follow this general instruction guide to help you install a strobe light kit.

Difficulty level: Moderate

Tools needed:

  • Floor jack
  • Jack stand
  • Wrench set
  • Socket set
  • Strobe light kit

Step 1: Park your car, and turn off the engine. Disconnect the battery. If you plan to install the lights under your car, raise the car with a floor jack. Secure it after with jack stands.

Step 2: Pick the spots where you want to place the lights. Stick it on using the adhesive that came along with the kit.

Step 3: Run the wires of the lights along the frame of the car, with all the ends leading to where the battery is located. As much as possible, place the wires on areas protected from rain, mud, and other elements.

Step 4: If you raised your car for underchassis installation, lower your car after putting the lights. Grab the distribution block, and place it on top of the fuse box. Secure the block using the Velcro patches provided by the kit. Connect all the wires of the lights to this block.

Step 5: Grab the master controller unit and attach it to a convenient and accessible location. Run the wire of the distribution block through the firewall to bring it inside. Connect the wire to the master control unit.

Step 6: Some kits would have a compatible cigarette lighter plug, so you can use the lighter socket as a power supply. Refer to other materials, guides, and schematics for sourcing directly from the battery.

Step 7: Reconnect the battery, turn on the engine, and test if all the lights work.

Though simple, this tedious installation can take about 6 hours.

Tips

  1. Some users are not comfortable attaching the lights using only the adhesive with the kit. For more security, you can use super glue, or browse other sources for mounts made special for strobe light kits.
  2. If you must run the electric wires over the heat shield, use Thermo-shield tape to protect the wires from the excessive heat.
  3. Attach a blunt, thin object on the end of the wires ? like a ballpen cap ? to help run the wires through the car.