How to upgrade Toyota 4Runner interior Lights to LEDs within 20 mins

Today I will show you just how to replace the interior illumination on a 2014 Toyota 4Runner with extremely power LED replacements light bulbs detailed. These installments are extremely basic, it ought to just take about 15 mins with simply fundamental tools required. let's start. We'll start with the map lights which you'll require a plastic wedge removal device for to take the lens off.


Just pry it right into the rear of the lens, just pop that off, as well as you'll get your original T10 light bulb, then you'll take the super power T10 canbus LED bulb, insert it straight right into the housing, making sure you have a great protected fit and afterwards you'll re-install the original lens cover back into area. Before full, you'll want to evaluate it to see to it you have the t10 automotive led bulb placed properly. Move over the opposite side, follow the very same procedure to finish the map light installation. Move on to the vanity light location, which comes on when you open up the mirrors. So we'll take our plastic wedge removal device and work it back via the lens to pry this off to gain access to the original bulb.


However you can take out, take your data as well as Super canbus LED light bulb, insert it straight into the outlet. And then we'll re-install the outlet back into area and also examination the light bulb to see to it that it's working properly. For the dome light area, we'll take our plastic removal device as well as work our means with the OEM lens in between the housing and lens to pop off the clips, which are holding it in position and afterwards once the lens is gotten rid of. We'll remove the factory bulb with our device. While OEM light bulb is taken out, we'll take LED light bulb as well as placed straight into the socket. Once it's been set up, you'll want to evaluate it to make certain that it's functioning correctly, and then we'll reinstall the lens cover to finish the installation. For the cargo light locations, you utilize your plastic wedge tool as well as insert it into the side of the housing to depress a clip to make sure that it comes out of the out of the outlet. We'll just dispirit the clip to draw the housing off the lorry, make it a little bit less complicated to work with. Then they'll see four clips hanging on the lens, which we can utilize the plastic device to kind of job our means around.


We can pop it off simpler. Once you've stood out off the lens, you can take the factory bulb out easily, take your canbus led bulb and also insert it straight into the housing. Make certain you have actually the LED shining the correct way. As well as see to it it's firmly fastened, examination it by connecting it back in so that you have the proper polarity. Then you'll re-install your lens cover, seeing to it you snap whatever tightly in position, putting the housing back in and after that move over the opposite side, complying with the same procedure to finish the installment of the trunk lights. For the four-door light locations, we'll take our plastic wedge tool as well as insert it on the side of the housing to depress a clip to make sure that we obtain the setting up off the lorry. After that we'll pull the housing down, depress this clip to take the setting up off the vehicle completely.


We'll press back on the housing to ensure that we can remove this lens setting up, take the original bulb out, take our LED replacement bulb, insert it straight right into the housing, re-install the lens cover back on, see to it you break every little thing back in place, then you'll reinstall the setting up back onto the factory connector, install it back onto the automobile, examination it to ensure it's functioning properly and then we'll place it back on the car, snap it into area. Follow the very same steps for all 4 doors to finish the LED installment. While all thing complete, you'll have a lot more useful result in the cabin in the evening in addition to a great amazing light look. Installment just took about 20 mins for the whole car with just a plastic wedge tool required, extremely simple?