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Nissan Xterra License Plate LEDs


License plate bulbs are used to illuminate the rear license plate on your Xterra. From the factory, the bulbs are incandescent, lighting up in a yellowish color.

Newer luxury cars use LED modules to illuminate the license plate with modern, cool white light. By changing your license plate bulbs to LED, you can easily add this luxury look to your Xterra!

The installation is 100% plug-and-play, just replace your factory bulb.

With low price and easy install, this is one of the best, easiest modifications you can do to improve how your Xterra looks at night.

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Diode Dynamics offers several bulb options so you can choose what fits you best. These options are listed by the design and the lumen output of each bulb:

SMD2: Slightly higher brightness than OEM bulbs. (24 lumens)
HP3: Much brighter than OEM bulbs. These are bright! (56 lumens)
HP5: Nearly triple the brightness of stock OEM bulbs! (92 lumens)

Bulb Design

SMD2: Compact design, with two 5050-size Epistar SMD chips, driven at high power for maximum effective brightness. Outputs at 180 degrees.

HP3: One high-power SMD under a diffusing lens for truly even output (no hotspots). Constant current design and air-cooled base for superior reliability. Features dual contact pins and nonpolar function for easy installation.

HP5: Four high-power SMDs, under a diffusing lens. Just like the HP3, but run at higher power, with integrated copper plating for superior heat dissipation, allowing maximum brightness.

These bulbs are made up of a quality plastic connector to slide right into the plug, as well as high durability terminals. A load resistor is embedded to prevent blowing the LEDs from voltage surge, and a diode is implanted to protect the LEDs from reverse polarity. The LED is wired for 12V operation, the kind found on all vehicles.

Included in your order is TWO BULBS (to fit your Xterra).

All of our products come with a 30-day satisfaction guarantee and a 3-year limited warranty.

Nissan Xterra License Plate LEDs




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If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to post, PM, or Email contact@diodedynamics.com

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Why is there so much about the license plate lights?

I hear you have a lot of lights that people use on Xs. Like super bright reverse lights and special led fog lights etc
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Why is there so much about the license plate lights?

I hear you have a lot of lights that people use on Xs. Like super bright reverse lights and special led fog lights etc
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Oh i see.. This is the only thread i see popping up all the time.. I would think that the license plate lights were less cool or popular than some of the other products I've heard they make..
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Oh i see.. This is the only thread i see popping up all the time.. I would think that the license plate lights were less cool or popular than some of the other products I've heard they make..
We have quite a few things available for the Xterra, just haven't had a chance to make threads for every product yet.

The License plate LEDs are a low-cost modification that makes a really big impact at night. Despite being so simple, it's one of my personal favorites

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What about legality.. Is that legal in every state to turn it into sexy colors?
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What about legality.. Is that legal in every state to turn it into sexy colors?
I recommend white for road use, the sexy colors are not going to be road legal (especially red & blue)

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When I was a kid I'd put in toggle switches to disable the license plate lights, rear lights, and the break lights... Just in case I needed to evade the police at night or if we were up to no good..

I even remember putting mud on them so they didn't illuminate so well, whilst still being legal and giving me a plausible story about just being a bit dirty if I was ever asked about why nobody could read the plates.. And that was back in the day of the yellow incandescent bulbs that were already pretty dim at best..

Ah that was funny..

But anyway... That was before I joined the military.. I'm all about legal transparency these days... But I'm not sure if I really need a spot light on the plate.

Maybe if I had a custom license plate that said something clever..
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Feels a bit like helping the traffic cams out with ticketing you
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That's why we offer a variety of brightness options, so you can get the clean white look without adding additional brightness

The traffic cams are pretty effective either way, they are going to get you lol

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