REVIEW: Car Interior LED Lights USB Powered – 2 YEARS LATER…

About two years ago I about this Viden Car LED lights with remote and powered by USB ( https://amzn.to/3uaLFVj ). I wanted to add more ambient lights to my foot wells, glove box, and storage areas in my car at night.

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The tried 12 volt LED car lights which are brighter but run very warm. The main reason to buy USB 5volt over 12v was that it was simple easier to get power from the car USB port or 12 volt usb chargers. The USB version also runs cooler than the 12 volt versions.

The USB ambient lights has plenty of light. I mounted them in in my front foot well, glove box, and under my dash storage for more light to find stuff at night. The install was simple and every thing still works after 2 years.

The only problem was the adhesive. The Viden Car LED lights (https://amzn.to/3uaLFVj ) glue released after 2 months in the summer heat. I replaced them with 3M Automotive Super Strength Molding Tape ( https://amzn.to/3o9hNYs ) and it has stayed on for over 18 months.

The 3M Molding Tape ( https://amzn.to/3o9hNYs ) is an self sticking high heat resistant adhesive foam tape for automotive applications but I always keep a roll handy for other projects that rely need good adhesion. It can be used for car interior trim panels, body side molding, emblems and mounting other light duty items.

Overall, I am very happy with the Viden USB powered Car LED lights with ( https://amzn.to/3uaLFVj ) as they turn on when the car powers up and it has a memory of the last color scheme used. So its set and forget.

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REVIEW: 3D MAXpider Custom All Weather Floor Mats – 3 YEARS LATER…

This is a long term review of the 3D MAXpider Custom All Weather Floor Mats ( https://amzn.to/3804iRw ) for Honda Accord, Civic, Honda Clarity and Tesla Model 3 about three years ago (2018 model year).

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The 3D MAXpider Custom All Weather Floor Mats ( https://amzn.to/3804iRw ) are custom fit for each of the cars and has benefits of covering the entire foot well of the driver, passenger, and rear seats of the cars. The lip of these floor mats are high which make them good to project your car carpet floors from mud, snow, and liquid spills.

They are also ridged and have a rubberized top and a high friction bottom that resembles fake grass on the bottom of the floor mates. They also use the OEM floor mat lockdowns so they are very secure. The thick multilayer design also helps sound deadens the floor of the car.

The negative aspects of these mats are the rubberized top that attracts fine dust. It is easily washed off with soap and water and a garden hose. if you want it to look clean. The fit has been great for all 3 model of cars I equipped them in, however the 2018 Tesla Model 3 version has a slight pucker on the rear center passenger mat.

Overall i am very satisfied with the custom floor mats as it has saved me hours of time in cleaning and vacuuming.

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REVIEW & DIY : Heads Up Display (HUD) – M07 for my Honda

I always wanted a HUD so I dont need to look down at for speed. I recently bought a ACECAR M-12 ( https://amzn.to/3dLFRcS ) and ACECAR M-07 ( https://amzn.to/3d6SuQO ) Heads Up Display units for my Honda. This video reviews the ACECAR M7.

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The main differences between the M7 to the M12 is the size of units, and the amount of data presented. If you want just 2 lines of date and very large font size, the AceCar M7 ( https://amzn.to/3d6SuQO ) HUD has the larger font size to project onto the windshield. However, it only has 2 lines of data you can choose. Its also smaller than the M12 ( https://amzn.to/3dLFRcS ) unit which makes it easier to place on your dash board. The M12 has 3 main data displays, with smaller fonts and different colors display. It may be too difficult to read. The size is slightly larger.

Its large numbers is very visible at day and night time. Installing is very easy with either connection to the cars OBD2 port or it can run with GPS mode in which all it needs is a USB power. The unit is plug and play but needs to be configured for metric and English measurements. If connected to the OBD2 it will drain my 12 volt battery, thats why i prefer the USB power so it turns off when my car is off.

Overall it is pretty accurate and is able to read speed, distance, engine temperature, RPM, and other information when connected to the OBD2 port. With the GPS mode you can display direction, speed.

Update on my steering wheel cover and TPMS system. Its been over 2 years with my SHIAWASENA Steering wheel cover $16 ( https://amzn.to/2XsIEP6 ) which had a smooth surface and patterned with red stitching. It still in good condition and has not cracked yet. Tire Pressure Monitor TPMS ( https://amzn.to/2ncBVf6 )still works after 1.5 years . I cost about $30. The sensors need new CR1616 batteries every 6 months but the solar powered main unit works well.

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