A very bright COOL WHITE replacement tail light or corner for trailers or vehicles
This is a non-canbus light. Canbus is required on some vehicles if the vehicle computer checks for burned out bulbs, or for turn signals (may cause signal to blink rapidly). Trailer lights do not require Canbus LEDs.
If you don't know if you have a heavy duty relay, remove one bulb and turn on your turn signal. If the indicator and remaining bulbs blink at the normal rate, you can use this bulb as is, but if it blinks rapidly this is not compatible. A Load Resistor can also be put in the circuit to cure rapid blink problems.
This works with Standard 3157 Sockets. Does not work with 3157CK sockets. See the images on the difference so you can test the socket.
If you need a Amber 3157, choose our 3157-HP7.5-AMBER
Total Length - 2 3/8"
Length of Head - 2"
Diameter - 3/4"
Voltage - 12v DC
Amp Draw 0.63A
Color - COOL WHITE
Not DOT Certified.
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Quick delivery on my order! This retrofit was nice and easy. Probably took me more time to walk back and forth for checkout as these lamps were being fitted on to my fifth wheel. M4 furnished a small spec sheet indicating the base design of the LED Lamps vs the lamp socket. Very helpful. I would highly recommend these replacements.
Great replacement for the stock incandescent OA bulb which melted the light socket. This runs nice and cool and man, is it bright!
M4 is SO easy to do business with and stands behind their products.
This is one of the latest orders I have made with M4Led. The products are exactly as represented on the website and the customer service is absolutely amazing. This company genuinely cares about customer satisfaction. Five stars are not enough!
I purchased these lights for my 1997 F350 pickup truck. The Stop / Signal light is bright enough but the Tail lights are too low in lighting. If there is a way to add more light to this socket that would be in the light housing I would like to know about it. Or maybe a device that would boost the voltage on the tail light wires. So for now this will do, but I am still looking for a brighter solution.
M4 Note: The low circuit will be at least equal to the standard low circuit. As noted, the high level is significantly brighter.