Xenon White 24-SMD Flexible LED Hood Bulge Light Strip For 2012-2015 Toyota Tacoma w/ Hood Scoop Bulge

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SKU 50-088-White
  • Each kit includes (1) 40" IP67 LED strip, double-sided tape, 6.5 ft wiring, and bundle of zip ties
  • Flexible LED strip powered by 24 pieces of xenon white 5050-SMD LED emitters
  • To install, simply mount the LED strip inside the hood scoop bulge with the double sided tape and the zip-ties
  • Fit 2012-2015 Toyota Tacoma w/Hood Scoop Bulge

If you want to make use of your empty hood scoop bulge, why not add a powerful LED light by applying the flexible LED light strip kit?

This page features the hood bulge mounted xenon white 24-SMD LED strip light for the 2012-2015 Toyota Tacoma with hood scoop bulges.

Your package will include (1) 40" IP67 LED strip light, double sided tape, 6.5 ft wiring to power each LED strip, and a bundle of zip-ties for extra security. Each LED strip light is powered by 24 xenon white 5050-SMD LED diodes for extravagant shine. The installation is as simple as sticking the LED strip inside your hood scoop bulge using the double-sided tape.

With the powerful xenon white LED strip light, your Toyota Tacoma's hood bulge becomes a surprising source of light that can be used in a variety of ways such as a search light or an accent light!

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How do I install there is no instructions

To install, simply mount the LED strip inside the hood scoop bulge with the double sided tape and the zip-ties. When it comes to the red wire, it really depends on when you would like the LEDs to come on. Most customers tap into the ACC (fuse box) just so when the car goes on, the lights will too and when the car goes off, the lights will too. You can also tap into the headlight positive wire so when the headlights go on, so will these lights. The black would need to be grounded.

How is it powered? How do I turn on and off?

This LED kit has a red (power) and black (ground) wire. The red wire needs to be connected to any 12V power source such as parking lights or headlights. Depending on which power source you connect the wire to, is when the light will be powered on.