Reverse Light Bulbs/Backup Lights

3156/3157 Backup LED Bulbs (PAIR)
3156/3157 Backup LED Bulbs (PAIR)

3156/3157 Backup LED Bulbs (PAIR)

$ 39.99
7440/7443 Backup LED Bulbs (PAIR)
7440/7443 Backup LED Bulbs (PAIR)

7440/7443 Backup LED Bulbs (PAIR)

$ 34.99
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A car accident that could’ve been avoided can quickly ruin your day, even if no one is hurt.

Don’t let your car or truck’s reverse lights let you down when it matters most.

Avoid the hassle of potential damage to your car and costly repairs by outfitting your vehicle with industry-leading reverse lights or “back-up” bulbs.

Purpose of backup LED Bulbs

LED (Light-Emitting Diode) bulbs are popular picks for a number of reasons.
  • They are much longer-lasting, more energy-efficient, and a shine a great deal brighter than their older, outdated halogen bulb predecessors.
  • By driving with the high-powered precision of LED bulbs, you’re ensuring a safer drive for everyone involved.
  • LED bulbs provide better functionality in colder weather conditions as well, adding to their multitude of benefits.

Compatibility with Vehicles

If you’re looking for the perfect LED reverse/back-up bulb lights, you’ll want to be sure they’re compatible with your vehicle before completing the purchase.
  • LED reverse light bulb compatibility varies across a wide range of cars, trucks, SUVs, and RVs.
  • If your car or truck’s user manual or a quick internet search do not yield the results you’re after, visit Underground Lighting’s website.
  • Underground Lighting’s website has a helpful, user-friendly search tool that allows you to enter your car’s year, make, and model to see which products will work seamlessly with your ride.
  • Still not sure about your car or truck’s LED bulb compatibility?
  • Don’t hesitate to reach out to a friendly, knowledgeable member of the Underground Lighting team for immediate assistance.

Available Products

Underground Lighting, your #1 source for the best auto lighting accessories on the market, has an array of top-notch products available, including the following:
  • T15 921 Canbus Projector LED Reverse Light Bulbs (PAIR)
  • 3156/3157 Backup LED Bulbs (PAIR)
  • 3156/3157 White Canbus LED W/ Built in Resistors No Error Codes (PAIR)
  • 360-degree Error Free 13-SMD-5050 T10 921 W5W LED Bulbs w/ Built-in Load Resistors (2 Pieces)
  • 7440/7443 Backup LED Bulbs (PAIR)
  • 1156 7506 7527 Ba15S T20 Canbus No Error LED Bulbs (2 Pieces)
  • 7440/7443 White Canbus LED W/ Built in Resistors No Error Codes (PAIR)
  • 1156 White Led 1800LM CSP Chips for cars, trucks, Turn signal, Brake, Reverse, DRL (2 Pieces)
  • 27 LED 5050 360-Degree Shine 1156 Ba15S T20 LED Bulbs (2 Pieces)


Are brake lights and reverse lights the same?
  • Although these terms are commonly used interchangeably, brake lights and reverse lights are actually not the same.
  • In fact, they have different functions and are different colors.
  • Brake lights are red in color and used to indicate when a car is slowing down or stopping.
  • Conversely, reverse lights are white in color. They are utilized to indicate when a vehicle is backing up/reversing, or preparing to do so.
How can I make my reverse lights brighter?
  • One way to make your car or truck’s reverse lights shine brighter is to upgrade your current bulbs to an LED model.
  • LED reverse light bulbs shine brighter than factory-grade halogen bulbs, which tend to dull and dim over time, eventually producing a yellowed-out glow that can’t penetrate the darkness like longer-lasting LED bulbs can.
  • If you already have LED bulbs installed and are worried about their functionality, check (or have a professional check them out) to see that they are correctly installed and performing properly.
Can you drive without reverse lights?
  • Driving without properly functioning reverse lights is not a smart idea—for you as well as others on the road.
  • Although it is not against the law to operate your personal vehicle without reverse lights—as they’re deemed “optional”—failing to do so could easily result in an otherwise avoidable mishap on the road, in a parking lot, etc.
  • Why risk it? To be as responsible as possible, make sure your car or truck has reliable, properly functioning reverse lights.
How do you hook up a reverse light to a backup camera?
  • It is possible to wire a reverse light to a backup camera.
  • Doing so increases your visibility when driving, thus enhancing your level of safety, as well as the safety of others.
  • First, you’ll need to obtain a backup camera and determine where to mount it.
  • Disconnect your car battery and install the reversing camera.
  • Reconnect the car battery and you should be good to go.
  • Not sure how to complete this task on your own, or not totally confident in your abilities? Take your car to a professional to ensure correct installation.
How do I change a reverse light?
  • Every vehicle is a little different.
  • Most vehicles have two screws or pull-out rivers that need to be removed.
  • Once those are removed you can pull out the taillight and access the socket.
  • Remove the electrical connector by squeezing the clips and pulling it toward you.
  • Place the entire rear light on a flat, safe surface—do it carefully!
  • Now you’re ready to install the new light in its place.
  • As always, consult with an auto professional with any questions, concerns, or for additional assistance.
  • Let the auto lighting accessory professionals at Underground Lighting change the way you think about upgrading your ride.
  • Reach out today by calling, emailing or live chat to get started with the best in the business.
  • To find more questions and answers, To find more questions and answers, please visit our FAQ Page.