Aftermarket Dodge Neon Altezza Tail Lights, Custom Dodge Neon Altezza Rear Ligths
Dodge Neon are a slick upgrade that can replace old or worn out stock tail lights on your prized Neon. Alezza style taillights redesign your stock tails into a more aggressive and striking design. Best of all, unlike LED tail lamps, Neon Altezza Tail lamps require no extra resistors or electrical equipment. You use your stock harnesses and bulbs for a simple fit that also prevents the electrical problems that LED tails can sometimes create. Also, Altezza Tail lights are by far the most economical choice available of the different types of tail lamps for your Dodge Neon.
At Tunersdepot.com we do our best to source and offer the biggest selection of Neon Altezza Taillights, unlike other websites that only carry 1 or 2 styles from the brand that they can make the most money on. In addition to the current selection offered by KS, Sonar (YD), TunersDepot and JY (Junyan aka TM Lighting), we are always adding new brands and the latest releases. Also, instead of just offering the standard Chrome Neon Altezza Taillights, we try to offer the corresponding Black Neon Altezza Taillights, and any other colors the manufacturers might offer as soon as they become available.
These Dodge Neon Altezza Taillights, like all the other projector headlights, taillights, and foglights on our site, come complete with both sides, and should be street legal in most communities.
Our line of Dodge Neon Altezza Tail Lights carry thru 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 or 95, 96, 97, 98, 99, 00, 01, 02, 03, 04, 05 models.
95-05 Neon Altezza Taillights
You can also choose in different brands, such as Sonar Euro Altezza Lights, Sonar Altezza Tail Lamps, .
At TunersDepot.com, you can also find many altezza taillights with different color options to choose, there is black housing altezza taillight, chrome housing altezza light, smoke altezza taillamp, carbon fiber altezza tail light and gun metal altezza lamps. Black housing altezza lights have became more popular in the market because the factory taillight are usually made with chrome housing and you can see immediately see the difference in the appearance after the installation.
Dodge Neon Taillights FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)
Are these Dodge Neon tail lights sold by piece or as a pair?All our Dodge taillights are sold in the full pair. When you pay the listed price, you receive the complete set including both the right and the left sides.
Are these Dodge Neon tail lights street legal?As far as we know the Sonar (aka Spyder) and KS (Anzo) brand tail lights on our website are all street legal as mandated by federal law in the United States. This basically means that they are designed to the specifications set forth by the DOT (United States Department of Transportation). Occasionally, DOT might test models for compliance. If any Dodge Neon taillights fail (rare) DOT will have the companies issue a recall. For those tail lens, you can return them to us for a refund. For any other brands besides Sonar (aka Spyder) and KS (aka Anzo), we can not guarantee DOT compliance. Also, please be advised that your local laws that may disallow these sorts of taillights to be used.
How can I prevent my Dodge Neon tail lights from fogging up?During the first few days of operation, it is normal to see some moisture appear in your Dodge Neon tail lens. This is due to the small amounts of moisture in the plastic and coating that are evaporated when the tail lens are first warmed up during use. This sort of moisture is normal and should disappear within a few days.
To be sure that no external moisture gets into the new Dodge Neon tail lens though, it is a prudent idea to silicone seal the edges. Clear silicone sealant can be found in any hardware store (and some auto part stores), and can be applied to the seam along the Neon taillights where the clear lens meets the rear housing. Also, even if a bulb has died, make sure to keep it installed in the Neon tail lamp until you replace it to prevent moisture from entering through the bulb hole.