Mounted on the back end of your vehicle, you will find your Chevy K2500 tail lights. Your vehicle has two tail lights, near either end of your rear bumper, and may also have a third tail light located in the bottom center of your rear window. As you know, your K2500 tail lights are an important safety feature.
They serve to warn other drivers behind you when you intend to slow down or stop by flashing a bright red whenever you step on your brake pedal. The third tail light represents a safety improvement, as it is located at eye level with other drivers and more readily visible.
Your Chevy K2500 tail lights are especially important for night driving, since there are not many visual cues that indicate a slowing vehicle in the dark, and other drivers must rely on your tail lights to anticipate your movement. If your K2500 tail lights are not working right, you should not put off replacing them in the interests of safety, as well as in the interests of not getting a traffic ticket. Your Chevy K2500 tail lights include three components, which are bulbs, lenses, and frames; in most cases, you will only need to replace one of these components. You also may be interested in upgrading your K2500 tail lights to a sporty new Euro or Altezza model, which feature colored bulbs and clear lenses rather than clear bulbs and red lenses.Whether you need a single tail light component or a whole new set of tail lights, you will find what you’re looking for and more right here in our online catalogue for less.