13 Best Automotive Parking Light Assemblies

List Updated May 2020

Bestselling Automotive Parking Light Assemblies in 2020


TYC 12-5029-01 Jeep Cherokee Front Passenger Side Replacement Parking/Signal Lamp Assembly

TYC 12-5029-01 Jeep Cherokee Front Passenger Side Replacement Parking/Signal Lamp Assembly
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2020
  • OE-comparable harness (no 'pigtail' connector) for hassle-free installation
  • OE-comparable mounting provisions ensure drop-in precise fitment
  • Special coating on the lens surface prevents hazing and fading, ensuring proper illumination and operational safety
  • Meet or exceed DOT/SAE standards, with particular consideration for photometric and safety compliance
  • Rigorous and accelerated cycling tests to ensure product service quality and durability

Depo 312-1527L-AS Toyota Tacoma Driver Side Replacement Parking/Side Marker Lamp Assembly

Depo 312-1527L-AS Toyota Tacoma Driver Side Replacement Parking/Side Marker Lamp Assembly
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2020
  • Meets or exceeds DOT & SAE standards
  • Exact replacement for factory assembly
  • Head lamp assembly with bulb or head lamp assembly with bulb & socket included for attached side marker/park signal lamp

TYC 18-3372-61 Ford Front Driver Side Replacement Parking/Signal Lamp Assembly

TYC 18-3372-61 Ford Front Driver Side Replacement Parking/Signal Lamp Assembly
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2020
  • OE-comparable harness (no 'pigtail' connector) for hassle-free installation
  • OE-comparable mounting provisions ensure drop-in precise fitment
  • Special coating on the lens surface prevents hazing and fading, ensuring proper illumination and operational safety
  • Meet or exceed DOT/SAE standards, with particular consideration for photometric and safety compliance
  • Rigorous and accelerated cycling tests to ensure product service quality and durability

Fits Ford Escort Coupe ZX2 1998-2003 Parking Light Assembly Passenger Side FO2521145

Fits Ford Escort Coupe ZX2 1998-2003 Parking Light Assembly Passenger Side FO2521145
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2020
  • Exact fit to OEM#: F8CZ 13368 AD and Partslink#: FO2521145
  • Meets or exceeds DOT & SAE compliance standards
  • Item includes bulbs, lens, housing, and socket
  • Factory sealed - Brand new in box
  • Carlights360 offers a 30-day free return and zero restocking fee policy on all purchases. Item(s) comes with a 1-year limited warranty. These two guarantees help ensure that CarLights360 customers will receive the best possible buying experience. Guarantees are only applicable when the purchase is made with us, Carlights360.

Dorman 1630260 Ford Front Driver Side Parking / Turn Signal Light Assembly

Dorman 1630260 Ford Front Driver Side Parking / Turn Signal Light Assembly
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2020
  • DIRECT REPLACEMENT: Engineered to look like the original front left side/driver side turn signal light for specific Ford F150 and Expedition vehicles released from 1997 through 2003
  • SIMPLE INSTALLATION: This part is plug-and-play. There's no complex programing necessary
  • COMPLETE ASSEMBLY: Includes durable plastic assembly and halogen bulb
  • SUPPORT AVAILABLE: If you have any trouble, every Dorman part is backed by our ASE Blue Seal Certified technical support team
  • ENSURE FIT: Just input your specific year, make, model and trim in Garage to ensure this part fits your exact vehicle. The direct OE cross part number is F75Z13201AC

Fits Ford Escort Coupe ZX2 1998-2003 Parking Light Assembly Driver Side FO2520145

Fits Ford Escort Coupe ZX2 1998-2003 Parking Light Assembly Driver Side FO2520145
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2020
  • Exact fit to OEM#: F8CZ 13369 AD and Partslink#: FO2520145
  • Meets or exceeds DOT & SAE compliance standards
  • Item includes bulbs, lens, housing, and socket
  • Factory sealed - Brand new in box
  • Carlights360 offers a 30-day free return and zero restocking fee policy on all purchases. Item(s) comes with a 1-year limited warranty. These two guarantees help ensure that CarLights360 customers will receive the best possible buying experience. Guarantees are only applicable when the purchase is made with us, Carlights360.

Depo 312-1544R-AS Toyota Solara Passenger Side Replacement Parking Light Assembly

Depo 312-1544R-AS Toyota Solara Passenger Side Replacement Parking Light Assembly
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2020
  • Meets or exceeds DOT & SAE standards
  • Exact replacement for factory assembly
  • Head lamp assembly with bulb or head lamp assembly with bulb & socket included for attached side marker/park signal lamp

Dorman 1630065 Chevrolet Silverado Front Passenger Side Parking / Turn Signal Light Assembly

Dorman 1630065 Chevrolet Silverado Front Passenger Side Parking / Turn Signal Light Assembly
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2020
  • DIRECT REPLACEMENT: Engineered to look like the original right side/passenger side turn signal light for specific Chevy Silverado, Suburban and Tahoe models built from 1999 to 2003
  • SIMPLE INSTALLATION: This part is plug-and-play. There's no complex programing necessary
  • COMPLETE ASSEMBLY: Includes durable plastic assembly and halogen bulb
  • SUPPORT AVAILABLE: If you have any trouble, every Dorman part is backed by our ASE Blue Seal Certified technical support team
  • ENSURE FIT: Just input your specific year, make, model and trim in Garage to ensure this part fits your exact vehicle. The direct OE cross part number is 16526124

TYC 12-5104-01 GMC Driver Side Replacement Parking/Signal/Side Marker Lamp Assembly

TYC 12-5104-01 GMC Driver Side Replacement Parking/Signal/Side Marker Lamp Assembly
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2020
  • OE-comparable harness (no 'pigtail' connector) for hassle-free installation
  • OE-comparable mounting provisions ensure drop-in precise fitment
  • Special coating on the lens surface prevents hazing and fading, ensuring proper illumination and operational safety
  • Meet or exceed DOT/SAE standards, with particular consideration for photometric and safety compliance
  • Rigorous and accelerated cycling tests to ensure product service quality and durability

Depo 312-1534L-AS Toyota Tacoma Driver Side Replacement Parking/Side Marker Lamp Assembly

Depo 312-1534L-AS Toyota Tacoma Driver Side Replacement Parking/Side Marker Lamp Assembly
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2020
  • Meets or exceeds DOT & SAE standards
  • Exact replacement for factory assembly
  • Head lamp assembly with bulb or head lamp assembly with bulb & socket included for attached side marker/park signal lamp

Depo 312-1508L-AS Toyota Avalon Driver Side Replacement Parking Light Assembly

Depo 312-1508L-AS Toyota Avalon Driver Side Replacement Parking Light Assembly
BESTSELLER NO. 11 in 2020
  • Meets or exceeds DOT & SAE standards
  • Exact replacement for factory assembly
  • Head lamp assembly with bulb or head lamp assembly with bulb & socket included for attached side marker/park signal lamp

TYC 12-1409-01 Chevrolet/GMC Front Passenger Side Replacement Parking/Signal Lamp Assembly

TYC 12-1409-01 Chevrolet/GMC Front Passenger Side Replacement Parking/Signal Lamp Assembly
BESTSELLER NO. 12 in 2020
  • OE-comparable harness (no 'pigtail' connector) for hassle-free installation
  • OE-comparable mounting provisions ensure drop-in precise fitment
  • Special coating on the lens surface prevents hazing and fading, ensuring proper illumination and operational safety
  • Meet or exceed DOT/SAE standards, with particular consideration for photometric and safety compliance
  • Rigorous and accelerated cycling tests to ensure product service quality and durability
  • fits only vehicles with Sealed Beam Headlamp

Depo 312-1547R-AS9 Toyota Tacoma Passenger Side Replacement Parking/Side Marker Lamp Assembly (Silver)

Depo 312-1547R-AS9 Toyota Tacoma Passenger Side Replacement Parking/Side Marker Lamp Assembly (Silver)
BESTSELLER NO. 13 in 2020
  • Meets or exceeds DOT & SAE standards
  • Exact replacement for factory assembly
  • Head lamp assembly with bulb or head lamp assembly with bulb & socket included for attached side marker/park signal lamp

LED Tail Lights: Advantages and Disadvantages

The Light Emitting Diode (LED) was bound to find its way into the automotive market. It offers real advantages. There is a downside, though, certain problems. Will these problems prove important safety issues?

Advantage of LEDs - Brake Time

Semi-conductor devices are like switches. Throw the switch, and power comes on pretty nearly instantly. Light bulbs receiver power just as quickly, but it takes time to heat the filament to white-heat, so light appears more slowly. Although the difference is only a fraction of a second, in a taillight of a vehicle trying to avoid an accident, it can make an important difference. The driver of the car has that amount of time more to apply his brakes, and the car has that much more time to slow down and stop. So rapidity of response is a real advantage of LED taillights. In fact, Cadillac estimates that at a speed of 60 mph, the difference is 17.6 feet of travel time.

Advantage of LEDs - Lifetime

Not having heated filaments to burn out, the life expectancy of LEDs is considerably higher. Some LEDs even last for decades. In addition, since very little heat is produced by LEDs, efficiency is greatly improved. Since a taillight is made up of many LEDs, it is very unlikely the entire taillight will ever burn out. Which is a good thing from a safety perspective, but also from that of...

Cost - A Decided LED Disadvantage

LED taillights, per pair, can easily cost well over $100. Some brands can cost $300 - $400 and more! Most likely these costs will drop considerably as mass manufacturing techniques improve. Since they do not burn out as fast, however, manufactures may not be in too big a hurry to lower prices.

Flickering and Increased Brightness - a Safety Problem?

The website Fun-LED-Light discusses a problem noticed by the author, that of distraction. The site says, "When you try looking at a bunch of tail light LEDs...your eye will be strongly attracted to the light-you will see a kind of a strobing effect through the involuntary saccadic movement of your eyes." An additional complaint is that some LED taillights are annoyingly bright. LEDs that are much brighter than those used as taillights are a potential safety hazard. Will any of these three difficulties prove to be a safety hazard as well? Doubtless time will provide the answer to that question.

References and Resources:

U.S. Department of Energy - Energy Efficiency amp; Renewable Energy

Ask Cars - What are LED taillights?

For More Advanced Readers:

Washington University in St. Louis, Department of Chemistry - "Bands, Bonds, amp; Doping: How Do LEDs Work?"

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