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Review of Pacer Performance Vehicle Lights - Roof Lamp - PP20-235

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Pacer Performance Vehicle Lights - Roof Lamp - PP20-235 Review

Ellen: Hey everyone. I'm Ellen here at Today we're taking a look at the Pacer Performance Hi-Five Truck Cab Light Kit. Now, this is going to be styled after the 1999 through 2014 Ford factory roof lights, so it's going to give you that big rig look for your truck, even if it's not one of those Fords. But it also is going to help to allow other drivers to see you more clearly, especially in inclement weather. So if we're going through an area that has a lot of fogs, rainstorms, snowstorms, things like that, it just helps to give that extra a bit of lighting so that we can see each other out on the road.The kit comes with everything you see laid out here on the table.

So we'll get our five lights, the hardware to get that installed since these do have the little studs already in place on each of the light housings. So you will have to drop the headliner in your vehicle to get these in place. It also comes with the bulbs that fit in the little sockets here that go into our lights, the wiring, a fuse, a switch, and the hardware to mount that switch as well as some quick splice connectors. So, pretty much everything you need to get this installed.I'm going to show you what it looks like whenever it's illuminated. These bulbs are incandescent.

They're T10 volts and they're the 194 style, just little wedge lights. You can get this exact kit with everything that you see, just with the addition of some LED bulbs. That part number is going to be PP20-236. Again, it is the same style, so you can see our light comes on there. It just has the LEDs instead, which I would honestly suggest getting, since those are going to be a lot longer lasting than the intended bulbs.But with that in place, you can see how bright that's that is.

Turn the lights in the studio out. So this isn't going to be super bright. It's just enough to, again, give us that better visibility out on the road for other drivers. And I could only really do one of these guys at a time, so I apologize that you're not seeing all five of them lit up, but just use your imagination there for the other five.So, the install process, fairly straightforward. You do have to do some drilling to get the lights in place and also to run the wiring into your cab.

So, if that's something that intimidates you, you might want to think about a different kit since there's pretty much no way around that for installing these on a vehicle that doesn't already have them. You'll have to drill three holes per light, two for the studs and then another one for the wiring. The quick splice connector will make that wiring connection between this little socket and the rest of the bulk wire. Normally, we would suggest switching these out for an insulated block connector, but in this instance, just the nature of this, since it's all kind of running off the one line, it actually is kind of handy to use those quick splice connectors. So, you just want to make sure you get a good crimp on them and should be fine for your application.It comes with the little gasket for each light, so that should do a pretty good job of keeping out any kind of water or dirt or debris from traveling into your truck. Do you want to be extra super careful You can always put a little silicone sealant around the hole that you drill for each of those studs, but that's up to you. It's just kind of a little extra if you want, if you're the cautious type.The switch also allows you to bypass your factory wiring so you don't have to worry about tapping into your factory lights, voiding any warranties on your truck. You'll just have everything running off of its own system. Again, it comes with a fuse, so everything is fuse protected.So it should be just a pretty straightforward kit to do as long as you take your time. Be careful. Measure twice, cut once, as the adage always says. As far as the size of each of these lights, they're all the same, but it's going to be 3" wide by 4" long, and about an inch and 3/4 tall.It is a universal fit, meets SAE specification, and has a 60 day limited warranty. But that's going to do it for our look at the Pacer Performance Hi-Five Truck Cab Light Kit. Again, if you want to check out this kit that's exactly the same but has the LEDs, you can find that right here at, as long as with a lot of other accessories to make your driving experience a little bit more enjoyable. Thanks for watching.

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