actually i already sold them but i guess i will let you know...
1) get some APC altezzas
2) put em in the oven for a few minutes and the lenses will come off
3) cut out the red circles and the back of the tail light
4) body fill around the light to smooth it off
5) sand the whole light except the reverse light housing
6) Buy some truck trailer LED tails and stick them in the cut out.
7) put silicon around it.
8) tape off the reverse light housing and the light
9) paint it
10) reseal the lens on with silicon
11) wire up the wire convertor and your set
there ya go
Hi, can I just check something...
The celica break lamps has dual intensity, i.e. less bright when you turn on headlamp, and brighter when you step on the brake paddle. Can a normal LED cope with this?
Not sure if the dual intensity/brightness works by merely passing different current strength onto the tail lamp.
One thing I realize is that the brightness of any original LED (e.g. BMW 7-series) is dependant on the chrome reflectors around each LEDs, since LEDs are only illuminating in a straight path, unlike normal bulb which lights up all the surrounding areas.