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Old 06-12-2013, 04:28 PM
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The tail lights that should have came on the 2013 Altima

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Those look nice, I have a 2.5 SV so I don't have the LED taillights. I haven't seen the SL lights ever, are they at least similar to the Teana's? I know that the SL's have LED's in them.
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Those look nice, I have a 2.5 SV so I don't have the LED taillights. I haven't seen the SL lights ever, are they at least similar to the Teana's? I know that the SL's have LED's in them.
the SL is completely different. I can't seem to find a pic of the SL to show you.

I wonder if we would be able to order the Teana's lights and if it will be plug n play.
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maybe u can find the part number and order them for the altima if theyre the same. if ur lucky the produce them in the states
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do any of you know if it's legal to use plastidip on an oem or aftermarket tail light like if you want to create your own stencil?? Like if you didn't want to take the time to take apart the tail lights and black them out.....
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maybe u can find the part number and order them for the altima if theyre the same. if ur lucky the produce them in the states
Hope were lucky to get the maxima tail lights produces in the states.

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do any of you know if it's legal to use plastidip on an oem or aftermarket tail light like if you want to create your own stencil?? Like if you didn't want to take the time to take apart the tail lights and black them out.....
it illegal in almost all the states . The tail lights/ brake lights must be visible from a certain distance day and night and must be reflective to be legal. Which mean you must have a very light tint.

Anyways this law is not really enforce so its up to you.
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any luck on getting the teana tail light on the us model?
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One day someone might create a set of LED tails that look similar or better than the teana. But, at the same time, the 14 teana and the 5th gen alti are the same so if u can manage to find a set swap'em. I know I will.

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One day someone might create a set of LED tails that look similar or better than the teana. But, at the same time, the 14 teana and the 5th gen alti are the same so if u can manage to find a set swap'em. I know I will.

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I want those Teana LED taillights for my 1st Gen 2013 Altima SL....(do you think that the fit of the 1st gen taillights is different from the 5th gen?) I wonder if someone will get a set somehow and post how they got them and if it was a plug and play swap..If anyone knows >>Please post it..

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I saw at a Nissan dealer showroom LED lights under the headlights on a 2014 Altima and it looked great when lit. (it comes on with the headlights) It was installed aftermarket by a Car Stereo shop. I called them and they told me it costs $200 and the headlights have to come out for the installation. That's the part that scares me. Will they put all the parts back correctly?
I looked on-line and found a kit at Lightning Eyes LED Headlight Kit | PlasmaGlow
Has anyone seen or installed them?
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I saw at a Nissan dealer showroom LED lights under the headlights on a 2014 Altima and it looked great when lit. (it comes on with the headlights) It was installed aftermarket by a Car Stereo shop. I called them and they told me it costs $200 and the headlights have to come out for the installation. That's the part that scares me. Will they put all the parts back correctly?
I looked on-line and found a kit at Lightning Eyes LED Headlight Kit | PlasmaGlow
Has anyone seen or installed them?
I can't imagine charging someone $200 for something so simple. But I've done a complete retrofit on my headlights. Check it out.

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I can't imagine charging someone $200 for something so simple. But I've done a complete retrofit on my headlights. Check it out.

2013 Nissan Altima Quad Projector Headlights - YouTube
Looks cool..What did you do?..Are they completely new headlights or did you add something inside your old headlights?..If you did, did you have to take off the lens of the light to put leds in?..was it plug in or required hard wiring?
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Looks cool..What did you do?..Are they completely new headlights or did you add something inside your old headlights?..If you did, did you have to take off the lens of the light to put leds in?..was it plug in or required hard wiring?
I added everything inside the OEM housing. Had to hardwire all of it. p.m me so this forum can stay on topic.
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