2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 Subaru WRX Smoked Tail Taillight Overlays
Vinyl can really change the look of your vehicle. You can tastefully take your vehicle to looking stock to not without breaking the bank. Style your OEM tail lights by installing these tail light overlays.
Comes with a pair of overlays (left / right). Please look at the pictures closely to see how they are installed and follow the instructions below. Dark smoke is what is seen in the pictures. Light smoke is about half the darkness of this.
NOTE: This is an overlay and we are not selling tail lights. These cover the reverse light and turn signal. Available in dark smoke, light smoke, red, yellow, and chameleon.
Clean the surface of the tail light. Place the material down in the bottom corner closest to the trunk. Use a wet installation. A water / soap mix is the best. This allows you to slide it into position. Use your fingers or something very soft to squeegee out bubbles. Best to allow the vehicle to remain in the sun for some time. Once dry it is okay to power wash or run through an automatic car wash. Using a hair dryer or light heat to accelerate the drying process works if you want to get out on the road immediately.
Note that chameleon overlays have a thin layer of protector that will come off with some effort or over time.
Went with the light smoke and love how it looks once applied to the car. Low cost way of really shaking up the look of the rear. Customer service was great. Would recommend
Install took all of 5 minutes, the Ruby red matches the OEM tails pretty well! I replaced the original dark tint ones with these.
I went with the red film to cover the clear portions of my WRX tailights. They honestly make a huge difference in the aesthetics. The material itself is thin but durable. I used soapy water to help position the overlay before applying heat with a heat gun to activate the adhesive.
I'd recommend spraying some soapy water on the top layer as you work the material with an decal applicator. This would prevent scratching of the film as you work out the bubbles and stretch it out to fit contours.