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Bumper and Corner Lights
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BUMPER & CORNER LIGHTS
Bumper and corner lights encapsulate a vast multitude of options, and determining which light is right for you can sometimes be confusing. TheAutoPartPros have compiled a tremendous selection of options to make sure we can outfit your ride with exactly what you're looking for. Read on for a basic breakdown:
Corner lights are mounted on the front of the vehicle, in the corner of the front fender, hence the name. It is located right next to the headlight, and on newer vehicles it is often integrated into it. Corner lights most often have yellow, amber, or orange reflectors built into them, though it is possible to have white or clear corner lights with yellow bulbs as well.
Parking lights are another light on the front of a vehicle. They can be mounted in the front bumper, the grille, or to the body itself. Sometimes parking lights flash when you flick the turn signal switch on the steering column, sometimes they light up with the headlights, and sometimes they do both. Their function entirely depends on the vehicle itself.
SIDE MARKER LIGHTS:
Side marker lights serve a very similar function to the parking lights, but they are mounted on the side of the vehicle. They are located in front of the front wheel, or behind the rear wheel on the side of the body. Side marker lights may be attached to a bumper, fender, or rear quarter panel depending on the type of vehicle. They sometimes illuminate with the headlights, sometimes blink with the directionals, and sometimes they do both.
Repeater lights are most commonly found on European model vehicles, though there are some Japanese and domestic exceptions. As you can imagine, they "repeat," or blink at the same time as the directionals. They are located on the side of the vehicle between the front door and the front wheel on the front fender. Repeater lights are usually smaller in size than side market lights, and may or may not illuminate with the headlights.
Reflectors are exactly what they appear to be. They reflect light and don't have any electrical components behind them. They can be located in the front or rear bumpers, or on the corners of the grille or fenders. They obviously don't blink or turn on with the turn signals because they aren't lights at all. They just hang out all day and reflect any light that comes in their direction.