Mind sharing a link for the rear OEM mat?
can you please links and also how did you get the wiring done for the cameras? Is this DIY?
I got mine on eBayMind sharing a link for the rear OEM mat?
Yeah, VLEDS are expensive and honestly wasn't really impressed, my $10 LEDs ($10 for 12) I got from Amazon light up as bright as VLEDS. But have to say VLEDS built better, they fill much more solid and they sit tighter vs Amazon brandI had seen a thread on vled in this forum. Insanely expensive though.
there is no DIY, pretty simple way, I don't want to hard wire my cameras until I find really good ones that won't cost leg and arm to buy... but I'll take a video later to show you how to hide wirescan you please links and also how did you get the wiring done for the cameras? Is this DIY?
As @KYRGYZ mentioned above, their build quality is better and the light output is more even. The warranty is way better and longer than 30 days for most Amazon LEDs. While HID may still be the brightest option for headlights, for turn signals, brake lights, and backup lights they're brightest I've tried.I had seen a thread on vled in this forum. Insanely expensive though.
thanks! I considered Blackvue, but can't spend $500 ...DASHCAM
I"m moving my Blackvue from our old SUV to the 2020 Ody. I'll be using the power magic pro to do the install. I'll be clean and will use two "add a fuse" to wire is up. I would suggest this as the easiest and best way to install your dashcam.