Do these just plug into the old plug of the back up tail gate???
Order the replacements according to the type of bulb listed in your owner's manual (ex.: 3157 for my '04 Silverado 1500), and they should plug right in.
Some types might be polarity-dependent, so look for that when you put the new ones in.
Now that I've seen mine at work a few more times, I like 'em.
Bought some off the ebay seller others here have. Super bright led's. I'm glad they were brought up on here. Tonight we are getting snow and I'm pretty anxious to see the difference they should make. Without a doubt twice as bright as stock. By the way I purchased the $29 cree 5 watt. Don't know about the cheaper one.
I installed these led bulbs from ebay and now theres moisture in the taillights ? I know it sounds strange but I put these in 2 different trucks and there is moisture in all 4 fixtures. Both trucks didnt have moisture problems before these were put in. Anyone else ?
Im going to put the stock bulbs back in and see what happens.
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Moisture has absolutely nothing to do with the bulb, no matter what kind you have. Moisture is all about the seal between the bulb socket and the housing. Dry it out and put a little Vaseline on the seal before you put it back in the housing..