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๐Ÿšฆ Alpinetech 16.55-inch 2-Hole Spoiler Light LED 3rd Brake Light Review

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Very good

Revainrating 4 out of 5ย ย 
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Light Source TypeLED
BrandAlpinetech
PositionRear

Description of ๐Ÿšฆ Alpinetech 16.55-inch 2-Hole Spoiler Light LED 3rd Brake Light

36 LED, 2 Screw Holes Mounting. Length between 2 mounting holdes: 14.78". 16.55" x 1.81" x .71".

Reviews

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Type of review

Revainrating 4 out of 5

Works on my 2008 Altima.

LED fits spoiler but not perfectly. I had to drill a hole to get the wires through. I had to use black silicone sealant to hold it in place and up while it was down. Be sure to use blue painter's tape so it can be easily removed without damaging your car's paintwork.

Pros
  • Pleasant
Cons
  • Not the best

Revainrating 5 out of 5

2002 Landcruiser Cygnus / LX470 Replacement

Great Product. The fit is exactly the same as the burned out LEDs I replaced on my 2002 Landcruiser with spoiler. I cut off the old brake light and then soldered the new one in, luckily the wire was long enough to make installation easier. The light has never looked brighter, highly recommend

Pros
  • Hands Free Operation
Cons
  • Unbelievable Price

Revainrating 1 out of 5

Doesn't go with my spoiler

Bought this LED strip to replace an old dead one on my 2008 Corolla S. Turns out that part doesn't fit at all. It has a different, shorter length between the two screw holes and an additional plastic cover around the screw holes that doesn't fit my spoiler. Now the bar itself is glowing, all I have to do is take it apart and hit it. to the old building.

Pros
  • Dope ๐Ÿ”ฅ
Cons
  • Lots of stuff

Revainrating 5 out of 5

Replacement third brake light in spoiler LEXUS LX470

The high mounted third brake light on the spoiler of my 2005 Lexus LX470 needed to be replaced. An OEM Lexus replacement headlamp costs over $250. I took a gamble that this Alpinetech would fit as it looked the same in the photos. It was the perfect match. Even the screw holes are evenly spaced. So far it works great. I would buy this again.

Pros
  • Very good price
Cons
  • Ugly packaging

Revainrating 4 out of 5

Works with some settings

Although he looked perfect, he was a little off. I cut each end maybe 1/4" wide and widened the hole so the screws would hook, after that all went fine. Lights up like new. Ouch. For replacement I would advise removing the spoiler. There are 4 hex head screws, which you can easily find you need an extension for far left/right In fact I don't think it's possible to place the wiring correctly unless the spoiler is off.

Pros
  • Best
Cons
  • The list will be long.

Revainrating 5 out of 5

Perfect fit (2004 Camry LE V6)

Perfect fit for a 2004 Camry LE V6 spoiler. For assembly I unscrewed the spoiler to make it a little easier to connect the new headlights, but that's not necessary. Simply pull out the old headlights to expose the wire. Cut the headlights from the cable. Connect the new light to the old wire. They will fasten the cables well so that they cannot be disconnected.) Open the trunk and remove the panel that hides the cables. Route the cables through the spoiler and out of the trunk. helps, butโ€ฆ

Pros
  • Excellent fit for a small home
Cons
  • Questionable purchase for the elderly

Revainrating 4 out of 5

(Almost) Fits 2003 Toyota Camry LE

I thought it would be an easy install to remove the old 3rd brake light from the spoiler and install it but that wasn't the case on mine Toyota Camry 2003. If you don't want to completely remove the spoiler from the car you can simply cut off the old brake light and solder/crimp the new one to the existing wires (red to red, black to black - otherwise check what's sharpened!). And before you close everything again, double check that it works! You may need to drill larger holes to screw it down,

Pros
  • Easy to read control panel
Cons
  • There are new competitors