How to install auxiliary reverse lights in a bumper

In this video i install flush mounted led lights into my dodge ram rear bumper. I purchased these off of amazon for 18 dollars, the lights are very bright and well made . they are 18 watts with 6 leds each. check out the link below to get them thanks for watching !! like and subscribe!

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  1. What year is your ram? I have an identical one and mines a 2014 and I’m curious on how and where you found your headunit with camera. Thanks for the trick with the pods. I’ll be installing soon!

  2. How do they hold up after running around on MI winter roads? Thinking about doing some on my truck but I’m concerned about throwing snow and salt all over them.

  3. I don't have a reverse camera. I think if I choose these lights I will mount further to the ends of the bumper vs closer to the center. May work better while using the side mirrors. Thoughts?

  4. For any NC folks looking to do this you can't have them come on with your reverse lights when you get inspection done, they can be there just not on with factory lights.

  5. FYI you can turn the key on without starting the truck and be able to put it in reverse without having to worry about the chalks keeping it from taking off backwards.

  6. FYI- Always check whats behind the cutting surface. You're luck you didnt find out the hard way that your choice of light location didn't have a bumper support right there…

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