Newly styled but inspired by our Subispeed v2 Tail Lights, the all-new JDM style tail lights are ready to hit the road. They are similar to the V2's but the C-Light now extends further with a slightly more aggressive shape. You guys have been asking to make the C-Light into the turn signal and we've been listening! The C now acts as a sequential turn that can be turned into a blinking mode if you're not about the sequential look.
This stylish JDM sequantial tail light comes in three different finishes so grab yours today! We don't see these sitting around very long.
These tail lights are plug and play so you won't have to wait long from the time they arrive to get them installed and working on your vehicle. Just unplug the stock lamps, unbolt them, bolt these back up, plug in the wires, and you're in business.
Upon initial installation your tail lights might show small amounts of condensation. This is not a huge concern as long as your gasket is making appropriate contact with the vehicle. The tail lights were manufactured in a warm environment with high relative humidity. Most reports of condensation in the tails are from areas experiencing cool temperatures.
The condensation seen on the lens is most likely due to that humidity inside the lamp. We get a greenhouse effect where the inside becomes warmer than the cool lens. A similar phenomenon occurs when you get in a car in the winter and have to use your defroster due to the heat inside the vehicle. The breather ports inside the lamp should allow this moisture to pass to the inside of the vehicle but it will take a little bit. Just leaving it in the sun won't work from what we're told. Actual use where the LEDs and boards heat up should do the trick. Sending another set would just basically restart the venting process and yield the exact same results. Please check back in after a week to let us know if the amount is any different.
It helps to take initial pictures and then compare them at the end of the week. If the amount of condensation you see is less than 7 days ago, you're headed in the right direction. If there is more, please contact us and show us the initial photos and photos from a week later.
We have seen condensation in OEM headlamps and tail lights from various manufacturers. Most vehicles are held at port and sit on dealer lots long enough for it to burn away though. An issues arises when there is an actual failure to seal the lens to the body of the housing. In that case, the lamp will be covered under warranty.