Install Led Daytime Running Lights/Turn Signal Lamps on a Nissan Altima
When the new Nissan Altima came out in 2013, the bezel on the lower bumper came with only turn signals and not daytime running lights. This upgrade includes both LED daytime running lights and turn signals all in one piece for a whole new look both for practicality, appearance, and safety.
Use a pry tool to remove the fog lamp cover or the bezel cover (in case your Nissan Altima doesn't come with fog lamps) right underneath the front turn signal lamp.
Use a wrench to unscrew the stock turn signal lamp assembly.
Twist and pull out the turn signal lamp bulb and remove the stock turn signal lamp assembly.
Directly connect the factory turn signal wiring to the new switchback LED daytime running light/turn signal lamp assembly. Pull the wires up to where near the battery location.
Connect the wires. Red to battery positive terminal, black to battery negative terminal, optional blue wire to headlight positive to turn off the LED DRL. If you choose not to connect the blue wire, you can cover it up with electrical tape.
Put the new LED daytime running lights/turn signal lights assembly in place.
Secure the LED DRL module box and also tie the connectors so prevent them from getting loose.
Put the new fog light cover in place. You will have to use this specific fog lamp assembly included because it's specially designed to accommodate the sizing difference between USDM stock turn signal lamp vs these JDM switchback LED daytime running light/turn signal lamp otherwise there would be a gap in between this LED daytime running lamp and the stock fog lamp cover or bezel cover.
If your car didn't come with stock fog lamps, you can go to your local hardware store for some grille mesh insert to cover up the fog lamp opening or get our OEM fit Nissan LED fog lamps.
This is how the new switchback LED daytime running lamps/turn signal looks:
Enjoy your new LED daytime running lights/turn signal lamps!