2007-Up Toyota Tundra Front and Rear Footwell Light Kit

The factory footwell light bulb is so tiny and dim you don't even know it's there! Our Tundra Footwell kit adds light to all four footwells. Simple plug and play installation using the stock footwell light socket. It only takes a few minutes and the results are phenomenal! This kit uses 4 of our high output interior bar strip lights. These little bar lights are 4-5 times brighter than standard strip lights 10 times its size.

For interior use only

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$80.00

5000K Natural Light 5500K Pure White 6000K Cool White Red Blue
Features & Specs
Color Options
Install

Easy Install: Plug n Play wiring with our bulb base adapter. Plugs into the factory footwell bulb socket above the emergency brake
Aluminum: Beautifully CNC'd all-aluminum body striplight bar with black anodized finish
Driver: Built-in current limiting resistor and diode protects the strip from reversed polarity installation
Connections: Over-molded 2 pin connectors for easier installation and better reliability
Mounting Super-strong 3M double-sided tape and Velcro for mounting
Proprietary: 21x 3014 chips per bar mounted to an aluminum PCB that match all VLEDS LED bulbs

OUTPUT 800LM TOTAL
CURRENT DRAW @ 14.4V 0.5A
OPERATING VOLTAGE 12-18V
LIGHT SOURCE 3014 Proprietary Chip
CHIP QUANTITY 84
DRIVER STYLE Resistors

We get asked the difference between the different LED color temperatures all the time. The answer is relatively simple when you understand the basics of how the color of light is characterized. For the sake of keeping the topic to LED lighting, only the colors that are typically used in LED lighting will be discussed.

WHICH COLOR SHOULD I CHOOSE?
We offer 5000K, 5500K, and 6000K color options. 5000K is most commonly referred to as natural white. 5500K is pure white, and 6000K is cool white with a tint of blue.

CAN I GET A PERFECT MATCH TO EXISTING LED BULBS?
It's nearly impossible to get an EXACT match in color temperature because of variations in the manufacturing of HID and LED products. An example of a slight variation is our V6 Triton system, which uses a CREE LED chip and our Series 17 bulbs, which use a proprietary LED chip. Although they are very CLOSE in color, they are not a perfect match. Most people do not notice this difference in typical applications because vehicles rarely have bulbs right next to each other.

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