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1156-24-5630-RED 1156 Red Tail Light Replacement, Brake, Tail

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$13.99 (You save $3.00)
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Product Description

A very bright Red replacement tail light or corner for trailers or vehicles.  Replaces 1156 and other Single Contact Round Base.  When possible, use Red under Red, or Amber under Amber, but you can also use Bright White, especially when your lamp also illuminates your license plate.  Bright 5630 LEDs are twice as bright as 5050 size LEDs  Aluminum cage works as a heat sink to draw heat away from the LEDs, and makes a more robust lamp.

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.


Total Length - 2 1/8"

Length of Head - 1 7/8"

Diameter - 3/4"

Voltage - 12v DC

Amp Draw 0.40A

Color - RED

Not DOT Certified.

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  1. Good stock replacement. 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 5th Feb 2018

    I'm using these lights to replace the stock incandescent rear turn signal lights instead of using expensive LED turn signal units on my 2017 Road King. They're bright and well made. The red color is in preparation for installation of the module for converting to running lights. During installation I compared them to stock and was surprised at the temperature difference. LED's are significantly cooler. After I install the white plastic reflector liners to defuse the light from the rear and side facing LED's, along with red lenses they will really pop.

    M4 Note: Overall the fixture should light up better and brighter. The light comes out the side and should bounce off the reflector in the light to illuminate the entire lens.