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Command LED Bullet Clearance or Side Marker Trailer Light with Grommet Installation

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How to Install the Command LED Bullet Clearance or Side Marker Trailer Light with Grommet


Hey everybody, Ryan here at etrailer Today we're going to be taking a look at and showing you how to install the Command Led Bullet Clearance or Side Marker Light. So once you kind of grab the light and hold it in your hand, first thing I noticed is the housing. It's going to be pretty thick. It feels pretty solid. So I could see this standing up pretty well to the elements. The wire length is going to be relatively long so you have a little bit to work with there, which is always nice.

I do want to mention this light is non submersible, so definitely wouldn't recommend using it for a boat trailer or an off road machine. Some guys put these on ATV's and stuff. I think if that's your situation, a submersible type light would be more fitting. Well with that being said, it also does come included with a grommet. So that's always nice.

You're not going to have to worry about picking up one separately or make do with the old one. So the first thing I noticed about this light is how bright it's going to be. It's almost hard to look directly at without hurting your eyes and that's even in a really bright, well lit room like we're in today. That's pretty impressive considering the size. But to be honest with you, that led is what's going to make it be so bright.

It has a real advantage over those traditional style incandescent bulbs. They shine brighter. They don't use as much energy to turn on and you don't have to worry about any filaments breaking. So we know this is going to last for a really long time. So what's really nice about the size of this light too, is it's not hardly going to take up any space so we can pretty much mount this anywhere.

So it gives us a lot of versatility because it can fit into really tight spaces. Even with the light turned off, it's still going to give us some of those reflective properties because of that orange lens. Now, if you have a light color trailer, just want something a little bit different. There's also lights that we carried available with a clear lens but at the end of the day, a great replacement light, or maybe even an upgrade. It should last for years to come. Now, as far as the installation goes really straight forward. You only have two wires that we need to hook up. So it shouldn't take your RV anytime at all. Speaking of which, let's go ahead and do that together now. To get our light installed, I'm going to come over here to the side of our trailer, where we're going to put it. First thing you're going to want to do is install the grommet. The grommet's pretty straight forward. It's just gets inserted into the side of the trailer here. Push down flat. Take our light, feed the wires through it, and then we can push it all the way in. And it's pretty straight forward. We're going to have a black wire coming from the light and a white one. White one's going to be the ground wire and the black one's going to be power. So here I have my existing trailer wiring already ran and I'm going to connect these wires to the white wires using heat shrink butt connectors. So you slide over the end of the wire and get it crimped down. And I will say, these do not come included but if you need some, you can pick them up here @etrailer. I particularly liked the heat shrinks because they really do help keep moisture and everything out of the contact in here helping to prevent any corrosion. But with that being said, our existing trailer power wires, this brown one here. So we'll crimp that into the black light wire. And our white trailer wire, that's our ground. So we'll just crimp that into the white light wire. Get that pulled in. Crimp down and since I'm using the heat shrinks, I'll take my heat gun and seal up the ends. Before we tidy up our wiring, it is a good idea to put power to the trailer and make sure the light is functioning. And now that you're verified that what I'll do is clean up our wiring and then I'll show you what it looks like once I have that done. So this is what it looks like once we have our wiring secured and I just used a zip tie to get that job done. And that'll finish up our look at and our installation of the Command Led Bullet Clearance or Side Marker Light..


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Employee Jeff D
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Jeff D
Employee Jacob T
Video Edited:
Jacob T

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