Could you post photo's and rewrite that in technogeek? J/Kdragonplayboy said:it's absurdly simple to replace, it's a 194/168 style bulb, readily available and literally takes 30 secs to switch out. sit on the ground, reach behind the bumper and feel for the back of the bulb, turn it a quarter turn (I can't remember if it's clockwise or counterclockwise) and it'll pull right out. then just pull the bulb out and stick the new one in and you're finished! (lazies!)
ah ic..usmc xterra said:In most states, all that I know of, anything but white is not legal. So if you get pulled over and he asks. "Do you know why I stopped you." Say "Because I have blue lights on my plates?" And he'll think you are pretty smart. But they LOVE to mentally record things like that and pull you over when they have time or nothing else to do... Or they thing you have something going on they want to check out anyways.
Pretty much, only Amber and white can be on front half and only Red on rear half, there is always an exception, the rear license plate must be illuminated with a white light so as to been seen from a distance at night.
No light needed for front plates. All other colors reserved for Public service. Some states recently added provisions for undercarriage indirect lighting. Amber lights in rear can only light when turn is activated.
A blue light will make your plate appear to be from out of state, so they think you are trying to pull something on them. Like bank robery? MC
dang i hope that doesnt happen to mesyndicate said:Yeah man, it might look cool but you'll make yourself stand out on the freeway. If you're lucky you'll be pulled over right away. If you're not, the cop will follow you until he's logged like 10 infractions, then he'll pull you over.
hehesyndicate said:Yeah, well, it's possible that it never will. However, I've never been a big fan of standing out to highway patrol...
Lol, this coming from a guy with 4, 9" offroad lights on my roof, a big roof rack, and all tinted windows... oh well.