links pls?No pics from the trunk, but the difference is quite literally night and day. Wouldn't have thought it for the price, but it's a lot brighter in the trunk now. Totally worth the price, highly recommended to all other Tesla owners in here
This is the exact kit I ordered: https://www.amazon.de/gp/product/B08KT6PT3W/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1links pls?
... I also have the additional door seals flying around in my trunk. I will say they have been there longer than I care to admit
Honestly, the lights and extra door seals I'm going to just leave in there. If they complain, yeah, it's all very reversible. The frunk lifters are probably the only thing that actually needs reverting to original, if I ever get around to installing them in the first place that is.He is. So? That's presumably a reversible modification.
The originals were actually already LED, but only a single emitter on the PCB in the casing, with rather weak results. The replacements have 6 LED modules on the board. No idea why Tesla doesn't put something proper in there to begin with.It's funny how even the hightechest of hightech cars use lightbulbs for things like trunk lighting.
I did the same mod to my Octavia back in the day. Great stuff.
It would be interesting to know what current the new LEDs pull and what the wiring it rated for. Always concerns me when the aftermarket makes stuff like this, did they research the wiring properly to see if it was up to the job? Did they care?!
Maybe I've been watching too many of Big Clive's videos of Chinese manufacturers grilling wiring and LEDs in products.
Probably, like I said I'm probably just paranoid.My armchair guess would be that the original leds used "fuck all" and the new ones use "fuck all x 3" while the wiring is rated for "whatever" and enough for at least ten times that anyway.
One day I will be using the car regularly enough to pick up on things like the light time out.I can at least report that running the LED until it times out and turns off by itself (~5 minutes with the trunk lid open) does not melt anything immediately
My experience so far: the sign reading works ok-ish. It does mostly read the signs correctly, if it does!Speed limit sign reading is good here, sadly there aren't enough repeater signs to make up for the inaccuracies in the mapping data...