If you’ve ever wanted to brighten up behind your truck at night, here is the best way to do it. Not only can you add some extra lights for backing up but you can also throw them on a switch for when you might need some extra light at night hooking up a trailer for working on anything behind you.
In this video, he measured out the size of the pod light, marked it, then cut out the square. After that, it’s just drilling the holes for mounting and install the lights. You can wire them up to your reverse lights to come on automatically when backing up and/or you can run a switch to turn them on when you need to.