Have you ever wondered as to what kind of lights are used on Ghost Lights For Cars? Or even just wonder as to what kind of car door Ghost Lights For Cars are used on? Well, we will answer those questions for you. Because there are many different types of car door Ghost Lights For Cars available in the market today, we will be showing you how to easily identify the right kind of car Ghost Lights For Cars that you need to buy.
The very first thing that you need to know about Ghost Lights For Cars is what exactly they are? So, just what exactly are Ghost Lights For Cars? Simply put, these are very small lights that play the role of an extra light for your car door. Very interestingly, many car owners who have purchased their cars without using factory installed front view mirrors, have found that these lights help make their cars look like they are looking back as they drive up to their front doors. In fact, many people who have used them have found that this has completely eliminated any sort of surprise that might come from their rear view mirror.
Now that you are pretty clear on the subject of Ghost Lights For Car Doors and what they are, let us get down to the specifics. Now, there are two main types of factory installed ghost lights for car doors that are being sold today, and these are the corded and the battery powered types. The reason that they are called 'cords' is because that is exactly what they look like - cables that connect to the outside mounting points of your car doors. The reason that they are battery powered is because they require some sort of electrical plug. However, in terms of style, they are generally just as stylish (if not more so) than their corded cousins.
Now, since we are dealing with battery powered lights here, let me give you a little information about them first. Now, you do not actually need any type of fancy equipment to install them in your car doors, or for that matter to power them down as well. All that you need is a small amount of clear plastic near the mounting points where you would like to place the lights. Now, you can either use the standard type of plastic that looks like small squares, or you can opt for ones that have a little bit of a glitter to them. Personally, I like the glitter effect, and I have seen plenty of people with glow sticks stuck to the back of these plastic squares.
Once you have located the mounting point, you simply take some very small sized piece of cardboard and glue it to the front of the plastic square tubing, after ensuring that it is a good fit. Next, you will need to take some very small pieces of tape and glue them to the rear of the square tubing as well. Now, you simply need to line up the light with the cardboard and secure it to the rear with some very small and fine grade glue.
Here is where it gets a little tricky. If you look at the underside of the front glass of your car door, you will notice that there is a clear plastic ring, which contains some screws. What you have to do, in order to make this go right, is to simply remove this ring and then proceed to screw the LED's in place. Remember, there is no need to worry about aligning the screws correctly, as they will all be lined up correctly. However, you need to make sure that the front glass remains completely clear. Once you have done this, and you have ensured that you have all of the mounting points aligned correctly, you are ready to attach the wheel assembly to the rectangular plastic sheet.
Here is another quick lesson. If you want to ensure that you get the best quality of glow, or if you want to add some more realism to your night time driving, you should always go for the square tubing and round hole drilling. This way you can create a smoother glow and will prevent light spill over onto the road. The LED's are still in their housing when you drill into the back end of the wheel assembly, so it is very easy to ensure that there is absolutely no stray light that will ruin your evening.
In addition, once you have completed your project, you will discover that your car will now have a new sleek and glowing look to it. Although the color might not exactly be authentic, you will no doubt be delighted with the result. With a moxie wheel and moxie lights, you can really give your car the race car look that you have always wanted!