2011-2018 Chrysler 300 interior LED conversion: puddle, dome, trunk.
Few important details.
If you want to know where: artworkslights@gmail.com
#led #Chrysler #300

Comments

    • Glyn Roberts
      Glyn Roberts

      I'm so glad you're not working on my car! You are so rough forcing and breaking the components. What an amateur!

      about 1 day ago
    • Art Works L
      Art Works L In reply to Glyn Roberts

      thank you for commenting, your opinion matters. Please send a link to the video where you're working on your car, preferably similar tasks.

      about 1 day ago
    • Julian Bahena
      Julian Bahena

      How many lights in the whole car?

      about 17 days ago
    • Art Works L
      Art Works L In reply to Julian Bahena

      I didn' t count that. You can estimate from few of my videos that I have on This car.

      about 17 days ago
    • 300 Gang
      300 Gang

      If you were to use the stock Bulbs back would you need to put the heat shield back or no?

      about 1 month ago
    • Art Works L
      Art Works L In reply to 300 Gang

      You have to use tools, just like I did and it will work fine

      about 29 days ago
    • 300 Gang
      300 Gang In reply to 300 Gang

      Art Works L these dome lights are a pain to get out there’s barely any space to put my fingers smh

      about 1 month ago
    • Art Works L
      Art Works L In reply to 300 Gang

      I don't remember now for sure since I had three of same cars but there was only one year difference approximately call mom door lights do not necessarily need heat shield, because there is nothing above it, only hollow space and that does not create problems with ventilation. In mirrors they had very low powered bulbs installed and I think heat is built in .

      about 1 month ago
    • 300 Gang
      300 Gang In reply to 300 Gang

      And the bulbs in say the doors or mirrors those don’t have heat shield

      about 1 month ago
    • 300 Gang
      300 Gang In reply to 300 Gang

      Art Works L so what about the other ones that you didn’t change out?

      about 1 month ago
    • F Dc
      F Dc

      Can you get coloured leds ???

      about 1 month ago
    • Art Works L
      Art Works L In reply to F Dc

      Yes, but for interior color makes big difference in brightness.

      about 1 month ago
    • 4 The Love Of Fitness
      4 The Love Of Fitness

      Very cool video , I’ll be sure to follow your steps on my 2012 300 Limited

      about 1 month ago
    • Art Works L
      Art Works L In reply to 4 The Love Of Fitness

      thank you.

      about 1 month ago
    • Chris
      Chris

      If you add LEDs to 2015 or later, you need to add 100 ohm 1 watt resistors inline or it will set BCM and DDM codes for a short since the computer thinks it's burned out. You won't get a CEL but if you connect a scan tool they will be perpetually there. Same goes for trunk if you do an LED conversion there, it will set BCM codes.

      about 2 months ago
    • Art Works L
      Art Works L In reply to Chris

      or you can use LEDs like in Mercedes, I have a video for that. This BCM crap is not helping at all anymore.
      Actually, I will have a 2018 Dodge Charger next week, so I will post a video on that.

      about 2 months ago
    • depecheddurand
      depecheddurand

      I intalled they lit fine and then when i turned them on again they were gone even the oem did`nt lit can you tell me what happened? fuse blown ? i don`t see my car clock on as well

      about 3 months ago
    • Art Works L
      Art Works L In reply to depecheddurand

      most probably. depending on what kind of LEDs you put in there, some get terminals loose or just touch and short the fuse. I don't remember for sure but it may not have fuse, but body module. check fuse, if it's has one and it is blown, I would pull LED's out and test them on a battery.

      about 3 months ago
    • Jonathan Killam
      Jonathan Killam

      I'm pretty sure that whole dome light assembly comes down and the lights are replaced from the other side. No need to destroy that metal reflective piece either.

      about 3 months ago
    • Bryan Stewart
      Bryan Stewart In reply to Jonathan Killam

      +Art Works L glad you didn't take it as me being an ***, not how it was intended. I simply had a friend see this and asked me about if that's how he should do it.

      about 16 days ago
    • Art Works L
      Art Works L In reply to Jonathan Killam

      +Bryan Stewart That's all fine. Not all heat shields in all these cars are 'reflective', besides, LEDs have more of direct light pattern. I make videos all the time about all kinds of things with lights, etc, but everyone has their own comment as to : 'too much unnecessary info' or 'not enough steps'. I cannot spend weeks directing and staging for filming everything. I don't have that amount of time or resources to satisfy everyone. However, I mention a little of bit of general information in all of my videos about DIY let conversions/swaps. People usually look for one specific information and this is what they only watch. Discussions like this one are good and it is also good in comments to a video, but again, some people don't want to read 10 to 20 short poor comments under the video below.

      I also don't mind getting together with somebody(more serious and knowledgeable) for deeper testings and installations or different sorts and recording all of that too. Thank you

      about 16 days ago
    • Bryan Stewart
      Bryan Stewart In reply to Jonathan Killam

      +Art Works L my Pontiac has enough LEDs to light a small house all wired independently to the pcm to turn on with different features of the vehicle. A lot of calculations and modifications were needed for each circuit to run correctly and efficiently.

      about 16 days ago
    • Bryan Stewart
      Bryan Stewart In reply to Jonathan Killam

      +Art Works L sorry I am a mechanic it's kind of the stuff I do.

      about 16 days ago
    • Bryan Stewart
      Bryan Stewart In reply to Jonathan Killam

      +Art Works L while your first statement is true.. that if properly set up (voltage, amperage) they do produce less heat, nothing was mentioned about that in your video. Simply changing incandescent bulbs with LEDs by simple swap can potentially still create the same amount of heat due to the difference (voltage, amperage) between different vehicles and/or different years and models of the same vehicle. This warning was also left out. It is all on how much current is supplied to the light by the computer. The light will still work fine but you will more then likely be changing the LEDs more frequently then the factory light if it is overheating/over powered. In the 2013 Chrysler 300 S LEDs (1 of the cars in my garage) are a nice addition but with the car having well known electrical issues heavy duty LEDs are preferred. Which the main hub for the map lights is easy to pop off with only 3 clips and 1 plug. Twist out light port pull out bulb, remove cover for light, insert LED through the front after putting light port back in replace the cover, replug, and pop hub back into place. Your "heat shield" isn't actually intended to be a heat shield, it does double as one though. The main intention for this plate is to reflect more light into the cabin of the vehicle. A dark surface absorbs light while a mirror surface directs light into the opposite direction.

      about 16 days ago