Special Designed CAN-bus Xenon White 21-SMD High Power LED Backup Lights For 2016-up Chevrolet Camaro (No Stay Lit When Car's Off Issue)


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SKU 20-001-White
  • Fit 2016-up 6th Gen Chevy Camaro
  • Powered by 21 pieces 6000K xenon white 0.5W each high power SMD LED emitters for a super bright lighting output
  • Specially designed with in-line resistor decoders so the LED bulbs will not dimly lit when you are not using the reverse light or even when the car's off
  • Plug and play design, no splicing wires required (but please make sure to place the load resistor to the metal)

If you are getting fed up with LED bulbs that stay lit when you turn off your Camaro, look to the specially designed CANbus xenon white LED backup reverse light bulbs!

This is a pair of LED light bulbs made for back up reversing use. Each LED bulb is powered by 21 pieces of 0.5W 6000K xenon white SMD LED chips for an incredibly bright output as you go in reverse and is specially designed with in-line resistor decoders connected. While many LED reverse bulbs in Chevy Camaros will stay lit while not in use or the engine is turned off, the attached resistors ensure that the xenon white LED light bulbs to remain off in either situation. This will keep you from sending false signals to drivers behind you and retain your Camaro LED bulb's longevity. Installation involves simple plug-and-play action so no wire splicing is required. Please be sure to mount the CANbus decoders onto a metal surface when installing the LED reversing bulbs.

The CAN-bus xenon white 21-SMD high powered LED backup light bulbs are specially made for the 2016 and later 6th generation Chevrolet Camaro to fix and solve the persistent backup light issue.

Note: Since the load resistor will get warm/hot, please make sure to tie or use double-sided tape to place the load resistor to metal.

Please visit Indicator light LED bulbs FAQ/tech support for more detail.

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