Best RV Exterior Lighting in 2020



Leisure LED RV Exterior Porch Utility Light with Switch - 12v 280 Lumen Lighting Fixture. Replacement Lighting for RVs, Trailers, Campers, 5th Wheels. White Base, Clear and Amber Lens (White, 1-Pack) Review:


I have a solar system on my utility trailer and use these lights for interior lighting as well as one for the "porch" light. The porch light is on 24 hours a day and has been for a couple of months.

The design of the light fixture will keep rain water away from the electronics (I think) when mounted on a flat surface. That's how it is working for me anyway.

Their energy consumption is minimal yet they put out plenty of light -- not overwhelmingly bright -- but quite adequate for inside a camper or cargo trailer.

The only real knock I have against it is that its design requires tiny screws for mounting. The supplied screws are approximately 2 steps below cheapest ever made and as such will easily twist off, if the heads don't strip out first. I used a square head cabinet finish screw . . . I think it's the one I have linked in this review and it works like a champ.

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Lumitronics RV Marker Light (Red) Review:


Perfect fit for the running/clearance light on my motorhome. The original (on the right rear corner side) got broken. (Let's not go into how, but even the base was broken). Replacing it with this light was a cinch. Just pop off the cover, remove two Phillips screws, and take off the old base. Then pop off the cover of the new light. In my case the light socket was still intact, so I just popped out the grommet with the light socket on the new one and popped in the original. Perfect fit. Then just line up the new base, replace the screws, and pop on the new cover.

The only "gripe" I have is that I ordered the wrong color base. The original was black, and I ordered white. I knew that when I ordered, but couldn't find a black on in stock. No biggie. I'm happy to have a full complement of working clearance lights again.

I hope I don't need any more, but if I do, I wouldn't hesitate to buy these again.



Lumitronics Red Surface Mount Stop/Turn/Tail Light, License Bracket, and License Light (Black) Review:


I replaced both tail lights on my 1995 Komfort travel trailer. This model replaced the driver's side and I ordered the other model without plate tabs for the passenger side. The old ones were original and in bad shape.

There are no instructions, but once I figured out the wiring, these were very easy to install. I'm not an electrician, but this is what I figured out:

Red Wire - Backup Light
Green Wire - Tail Light
Black Wire - Stop/Turn Light
White Wire - Ground

On my trailer the backup wire was blue. My driver's side stop/turn was red and the passenger's side was black. I'm sure this is different for every vehicle, but this might help someone out there.



Lumitronics Red Surface Mount Tail Light - RV Stop, Turn, Tail, Backup Light (Black) Review:


I replaced both tail lights on my 1995 Komfort travel trailer. This model replaced the driver's side and I ordered the other model without plate tabs for the passenger side. The old ones were original and in bad shape.

There are no instructions, but once I figured out the wiring, these were very easy to install. I'm not an electrician, but this is what I figured out:

Red Wire - Backup Light
Green Wire - Tail Light
Black Wire - Stop/Turn Light
White Wire - Ground

On my trailer the backup wire was blue. My driver's side stop/turn was red and the passenger's side was black. I'm sure this is different for every vehicle, but this might help someone out there.



Kohree LED RV Porch Light Exterior Utility Light 12v Lighting Fixture, 280 Lumen, Replacement Lighting for RVs, Trailers, Campers, 5th Wheels. White Base, Clear and Amber Lenses Included Review:


We were tired of the somewhat dim original exterior utility light on our Class C Motorhome. It didn't put out much light, and seemed like more of an afterthought than a light with effective illumination.

Kohree to the rescue! This strong LED exterior light provides desired illumination that covers a much wider area than the original. Very easy to replace the older light with standard attachment positions. Electrical hookup was without a single issue and very easy. The addition of the amber cover is great for those who prefer it, though our desire was for more effective lighting overall and are keeping it shining white for visibility around a great deal of the side of our motohome.

The light and case are well-built and robust. I don't expect any issues with it in the slipstream while driving, and expect the LED's to last a lifetime. Great value for the price offered on Amazon!!

This is an easy FIVE STAR rating for us, along with an honest and very hearty recommendation. You'll love it!

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Kohree LED RV Porch Light Exterior Utility 12V Lighting Fixture LED Panel, 280 Lumen, Replacement Lighting for RVs, Trailers, Campers, 5th Wheels. White Base, Clear and Amber Lenses Included 2 Packs Review:


We were tired of the somewhat dim original exterior utility light on our Class C Motorhome. It didn't put out much light, and seemed like more of an afterthought than a light with effective illumination.

Kohree to the rescue! This strong LED exterior light provides desired illumination that covers a much wider area than the original. Very easy to replace the older light with standard attachment positions. Electrical hookup was without a single issue and very easy. The addition of the amber cover is great for those who prefer it, though our desire was for more effective lighting overall and are keeping it shining white for visibility around a great deal of the side of our motohome.

The light and case are well-built and robust. I don't expect any issues with it in the slipstream while driving, and expect the LED's to last a lifetime. Great value for the price offered on Amazon!!

This is an easy FIVE STAR rating for us, along with an honest and very hearty recommendation. You'll love it!

*If you found my review helpful to you, please let Amazon know by clicking the "HELPFUL" button below!



Leisure LED RV Exterior Porch Utility Light with Switch - 12v 280 Lumen Lighting Fixture. Replacement Lighting for RVs, Trailers, Campers, 5th Wheels. White Base, Clear and Amber Lens (White, 2-Pack) Review:


I have a solar system on my utility trailer and use these lights for interior lighting as well as one for the "porch" light. The porch light is on 24 hours a day and has been for a couple of months.

The design of the light fixture will keep rain water away from the electronics (I think) when mounted on a flat surface. That's how it is working for me anyway.

Their energy consumption is minimal yet they put out plenty of light -- not overwhelmingly bright -- but quite adequate for inside a camper or cargo trailer.

The only real knock I have against it is that its design requires tiny screws for mounting. The supplied screws are approximately 2 steps below cheapest ever made and as such will easily twist off, if the heads don't strip out first. I used a square head cabinet finish screw . . . I think it's the one I have linked in this review and it works like a champ.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0017354FU?pf_rd_p=183f5289-9dc0-416f-942e-e8f213ef368b&pf_rd_r=2GFDWGZ4D541RGE3XMX5



AMBOTHER 60-Inch Tailgate Light Bar Double Row Review:


I installed this 6 function light strip on my 2004 Dodge Ram 1500. (the reverse wire is white with the lighter green tracer for anyone else installing on an '04 ram) I haven't seen it at night yet, but it's bright enough to see from hundreds of feet away in broad daylight. I purchased this for not only the look, but also because my third brake light is shorted out and I have to replace the bulb weekly. The peace of mind is worth more than the $30 I spent on this and the hour it took me to figure out how to wire the reverse light. I'll add pics and potentially drop my review to 1 star if the leds start going out like 99% of these light strips do.



Kohree LED RV Exterior Porch Utility Light with Switch 12v Replacment Light for RVs, Trailers, Campers, 5th Wheels. 280 Lumen, White Base, Included Clear and Amber Lenses Removable Review:


When I first installed this light, according to the directions it didn't matter which wire from the light went to which wire on my RV, so I matched them randomly and the light did not work. Per advice from some of the other reviewers, I tested the light with a battery and it definitely worked, so tried the re-install with the wires going the other way. It worked the 2nd time. Other than that, it's a very nice light. Bright but not too bright, it will last a long time, and I put butyl tape around the borders to make sure it was sealed. Option to have the amber or clear cover was very nice, I put the amber one on the light that faces the back of the car and the clear cover on the other light that faces the side of the RV. Would buy again, just took off the one star for the misleading directions that caused me to have to uninstall and reinstall the lights.



Replacement Lens for Exterior RV Porch Light BARGMAN - Camper (Clear) Review:


I used these on an old 1996 Prowler, and found that along the horizontal edges there was enough gap that I thought bugs, water, and dirt might get in too easily, and that wind buffeting might make them drop out. I just added a band of thin foam weatherstrip material to close the gap and also create a more snug pressure at the retaining tabs. That's just my personal experience with this specific year and model of trailer. Maybe with different models and especially newer ones the fit would be more precise. Overall I think a pretty good value for the money.