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Front Indicators & Side Lights

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Front Indicators and Side lights / Sidelamps

What You Need To Know About Indicators And Side Lights.

Indicators are used to notify other drivers of where your vehicle is going e.g. if you are going to take right/left turns, switching lanes, overtaking etc. Side lamps allow vehicles to remain visible in poor weather conditions or at night.

Our range of manufacturer approved front indicators and side lamps are easy to order and can even be with you tomorrow, thanks to our premium next day delivery service.

What are the different indicators available?
As previously stated indicators are used to show other vehicles where you intend to turn etc. Our website stocks a large variety for all different vehicles. If you require replacement you may be unaware of the different colour lenses available; most commonly being amber or clear. For the clear lens there will be a need for an orange bulb or a bulb which will emit an or

ange colour when in use. For the amber lens this allows for the use of clear bulbs, as the lens is already coloured.
Some vehicles may have LED indicators, this is a light emitting diode. Which is different to the standard bulb. The LED allows for lower energy consumption and longer life than standard bulbs. The product/part specification on the website will state whether the part is non-LED or LED. If you are unsure of which your vehicle has refer to the ‘find your vehicle’ which may refine the options further. If you vehicle stocks both LED and non-LED, you can speak to a member of the Ultimate Styling team who will be happy to assist.

On the dashboard of the car there may be an indicator malfunction light to indicate there is an issue with the vehicles indicator. This will notify the vehicle driver by the arrow light flashing faster than usual.

Front Indicator & Side Light Terms Buying Guide

Here is an explanation of the terms used to help you choose the correct Front Indicators and Side Lights for your vehicle.

Indicators Indicators  show other road uses where you intend to turn or can be used as a warning hazard light.
Clear lens You will need to use a bulb that either emits an orange colour or is orange
Amber Lens These lenses can use clear bulbs
DRL Day Time Running Light
Drivers Side Right Hand Side Unit in the UK
Passenger Side Left Hand Side Unit in the UK
O/S Off Side  Drivers Side Right Hand Side
N/S Near Side  Passenger Side Left Hand Side

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a LED indicator?
An LED (Light Emitting Diode) indicator is an alternative to a standard filament bulb. LED lights benefit from a lower energy consumption and longer life span than standard bulbs.

What is the indicator malfunction light on dashboard?
Most vehicles communicate this in the same manner and is done so by the indicator arrow light on the dashboard flashing faster than usual.