If you were thinking of upgrading your car's interior to LED, but wasn't sure where to start, you've definitely come to the right place. With these pre-configured LED interior packages, you don't have to do any research but can still get all the correct LED bulbs. Choose from over 300 LED interior packages designed specifically to outfit your car's entire interior.
You can start with the "Search by Vehicle" tab on the main page and select the manufacturer. For example, say we have a 2014 Lexus IS 250. We will select Lexus in the menu on the main page and then select "Premium LED Interior Pkg" on the next page. Select your vehicle's year, make, and model in the drop down menu to directly go to the premium SMD LED interior package page. Choose which year your vehicle falls under and select the appropriate trims and/or options accordingly. You can even click to view the package content and see everything you will receive.
Once you receive the LED interior package, you may wonder which bulb goes into what location. This is actually a lot easier than it looks! Once you start swapping out your stock bulbs, you quickly get the hang of it because you will soon notice that the stock bulbs and the LED bulbs have matching bases that show you which location to install the LED bulbs in.
This tutorial will start from the front of the 2014 Lexus IS 250 and move to the rear. The best tool to use to pop off the light covers is a pry tool, but you can also use an old credit card or a screwdriver. The LED bulbs are also polar sensitive so if they don't light up, just flip it 180 degrees.
Here we are prying off the front map light cover and replacing the 3 stock bulbs with LED lights. The LED lights and stock bulbs have matching bases to make it easy to determine which LED bulb goes where.
We move on to the vanity lights. These lights are an optional add-on.
Now to the rear dome lights.
Don't forget about the foot area lights! These lights give the car a great accent lighting that looks very classy.
Last but not least, are the side door courtesy lights. When you pry it out, you won't be able to directly see the stock bulb. Pop off the housing and replace the stock bulb with LED.