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Passenger Side Corner Light, With bulb(s)
Replacement
Part Number: C104101
Vehicle Info Required to Guarantee Fit
$16.38
Product Details
Location : Passenger SideNotes : Black InteriorAssembly : With bulb(s)Color/Finish : Clear & Amber LensMaterial : Plastic lensQuantity Sold : Sold individuallyReplaces OE Number : 19328955Replaces Partslink Number : GM2521189Warranty : 1-year Replacement unlimited-mileage warranty
Driver Side Corner Light, With bulb(s)
Replacement
Part Number: C104102
Vehicle Info Required to Guarantee Fit
$16.38
Product Details
Location : Driver SideNotes : Black InteriorAssembly : With bulb(s)Color/Finish : Clear & Amber LensMaterial : Plastic lensQuantity Sold : Sold individuallyReplaces OE Number : 19328954Replaces Partslink Number : GM2520189Warranty : 1-year Replacement unlimited-mileage warranty
Corner Light and Headlight Kit - Passenger Side, OE Replacement, DOT/SAE Compliant
Vehicle Info Required to Guarantee Fit
$48.69
Product Details
Location : Passenger SideComponents : (1) Corner Light, and (1) HeadlightAssembly : With bulb(s)Color/Finish : Clear & Amber LensMaterial : Plastic lensQuantity Sold : Set of 2Replaces OE Number : 19328955, 20766570Replaces Partslink Number : GM2521189, GM2503234Warranty : 1-year Replacement unlimited-mileage warranty
Driver and Passenger Side Corner Light, With bulb(s)
Replacement
Part Number: SET-C104101
Vehicle Info Required to Guarantee Fit
$31.12
Product Details
Location : Driver And Passenger SideNotes : Black InteriorComponents : (2) Corner LightsAssembly : With bulb(s)Color/Finish : Clear & Amber LensMaterial : Plastic lensQuantity Sold : Set of 2Replaces OE Number : 19328954, 19328955Replaces Partslink Number : GM2520189, GM2521189Warranty : 1-year Replacement unlimited-mileage warranty
Corner Light, Headlight and Grille Assembly Kit - Driver and Passenger Side, OE Replacement, DOT/SAE Compliant
Vehicle Info Required to Guarantee Fit
$168.45
Product Details
Location : Driver And Passenger SideComponents : (1) Grille, (2) Corner Lights, and (2) HeadlightsAssembly : With bulb(s)Color/Finish : Clear & Amber LensMaterial : Plastic lensQuantity Sold : Set of 5Replaces OE Number : 19328955, 19328954, Performance, 20766569, 20766570Replaces Partslink Number : GM2521189, GM2520189, GM2502234, GM2503234Warranty : 1-year Replacement unlimited-mileage warranty
Corner Light and Headlight Kit - Driver and Passenger Side, OE Replacement, DOT/SAE Compliant
Vehicle Info Required to Guarantee Fit
$97.39
Product Details
Location : Driver And Passenger SideComponents : (2) Corner Lights, and (2) HeadlightsAssembly : With bulb(s)Color/Finish : Clear & Amber LensMaterial : Plastic lensQuantity Sold : Set of 4Replaces OE Number : 19328954, 19328955, 20766570, 20766569Replaces Partslink Number : GM2520189, GM2521189, GM2503234, GM2502234Warranty : 1-year Replacement unlimited-mileage warranty
Passenger Side Corner Light, Without bulb(s)
Replacement
Part Number: 18-5095-00
Vehicle Info Required to Guarantee Fit
$13.48
Product Details
Location : Passenger SideAssembly : Without bulb(s)Color/Finish : Clear & Amber LensMaterial : Plastic lensQuantity Sold : Sold individuallyReplaces OE Number : XW7Z15A201ABReplaces Partslink Number : FO2521147Warranty : 1-year Replacement unlimited-mileage warranty
Driver Side Corner Light, Without bulb(s)
Replacement
Part Number: 18-5096-00
Vehicle Info Required to Guarantee Fit
$13.48
Product Details
Location : Driver SideAssembly : Without bulb(s)Color/Finish : Clear & Amber LensMaterial : Plastic lensQuantity Sold : Sold individuallyReplaces OE Number : XW7Z15A201BBReplaces Partslink Number : FO2520147Warranty : 1-year Replacement unlimited-mileage warranty
Corner Light and Headlight Kit - Passenger Side, OE Replacement, DOT/SAE Compliant
Vehicle Info Required to Guarantee Fit
$32.38
Product Details
Location : Passenger SideComponents : (1) Corner Light, and (1) HeadlightAssembly : Without bulb(s)Color/Finish : Clear & Amber LensMaterial : Plastic lensQuantity Sold : Set of 2Replaces OE Number : XW7Z15A201ABReplaces Partslink Number : FO2521147Warranty : 1-year Replacement unlimited-mileage warranty
Driver and Passenger Side Corner Light, Without bulb(s)
Replacement
Part Number: SET-18-5095-00
Vehicle Info Required to Guarantee Fit
$25.61
Product Details
Location : Driver And Passenger SideComponents : (2) Corner LightsAssembly : Without bulb(s)Color/Finish : Clear & Amber LensMaterial : Plastic lensQuantity Sold : Set of 2Replaces OE Number : XW7Z15A201BB, XW7Z15A201ABReplaces Partslink Number : FO2520147, FO2521147Warranty : 1-year Replacement unlimited-mileage warranty
Corner Light, Grille Assembly, Headlight and Header Panel Kit - OE Replacement, DOT/SAE Compliant
Vehicle Info Required to Guarantee Fit
$177.89
Product Details
Location : Driver And Passenger SideComponents : (1) Grille, (1) Header Panel, (2) Corner Lights, and (2) HeadlightsAssembly : Without bulb(s)Color/Finish : Clear & Amber LensMaterial : Plastic lensQuantity Sold : Set of 6Replaces OE Number : XW7Z15A201AB, XW7Z15A201BB, XW7Z8200AAA, 6W7Z8190AReplaces Partslink Number : FO2521147, FO2520147, FO1200379, FO1220209Warranty : 1-year Replacement unlimited-mileage warranty
Corner Light and Headlight Kit - Driver and Passenger Side, OE Replacement, DOT/SAE Compliant
Vehicle Info Required to Guarantee Fit
$64.77
Product Details
Location : Driver And Passenger SideComponents : (2) Corner Lights, and (2) HeadlightsAssembly : Without bulb(s)Color/Finish : Clear & Amber LensMaterial : Plastic lensQuantity Sold : Set of 4Replaces OE Number : XW7Z15A201BB, XW7Z15A201ABReplaces Partslink Number : FO2520147, FO2521147Warranty : 1-year Replacement unlimited-mileage warranty
Passenger Side Corner Light, With bulb(s)
Replacement
Part Number: 18-5219-00
Vehicle Info Required to Guarantee Fit
$9.56
Product Details
Location : Passenger SideAssembly : With bulb(s)Color/Finish : Clear & Amber LensMaterial : Plastic lensQuantity Sold : Sold individuallyReplaces OE Number : 8151002040Replaces Partslink Number : TO2521150Warranty : 1-year Replacement unlimited-mileage warranty
Driver Side Corner Light, With bulb(s)
Replacement
Part Number: 18-5220-00
Vehicle Info Required to Guarantee Fit
$9.56
Product Details
Location : Driver SideAssembly : With bulb(s)Color/Finish : Clear & Amber LensMaterial : Plastic lensQuantity Sold : Sold individuallyReplaces OE Number : 8152002040Replaces Partslink Number : TO2520150Warranty : 1-year Replacement unlimited-mileage warranty
Corner Light and Headlight Kit - Passenger Side, OE Replacement, DOT/SAE Compliant
Vehicle Info Required to Guarantee Fit
$29.09
Product Details
Location : Passenger SideComponents : (1) Corner Light, and (1) HeadlightAssembly : With bulb(s)Color/Finish : Clear & Amber LensMaterial : Plastic lensQuantity Sold : Set of 2Replaces OE Number : 8151002040, 8111002060Replaces Partslink Number : TO2521150, TO2503121Warranty : 1-year Replacement unlimited-mileage warranty
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Corner Light Customer Reviews

I wish it had come with the Chevrolet emblem but other than that I am perfectly satisfied.
Eddie Hallum Jr.
VERIFIED PURCHASER
Purchased on Aug 13, 2020
Fit perfectly.
Paul McCo
VERIFIED PURCHASER
Purchased on Aug 12, 2020
Passenger Side Corner Light, Without Bulb(s)
Aug 06, 2020
Passenger corner light
Got me looking good with my new headlights both side corner lights and my back taillights.
Michael Holliday
VERIFIED PURCHASER
Purchased on Jul 17, 2020

Corner Light Guides

Corner Light Buyer's Guide

Summary

  • Corner lights are installed in vehicles to provide extra lighting when making turns and switching lanes.
  • A corner light is usually positioned near the front fenders. Over the years, cornering lights have developed along with technology. These are the three most common versions of corner lights: dynamic, adaptive frontline systems, and adaptive cut off.
  • When driving at night, corner lights will surely give drivers less stress when switching lanes, steering through a rough corner or simply just  backing up to a corner of a parking space.
  • These lights are also easy to inspect and maintain. A malfunctioning light is usually a result of a failing light bulb or fuse. It is very easy to find a replacement for these parts.
  • Compare halogen and LED, clear and colored lights, and individual lights and light kits your needs to find the best replacement.
  • One corner light is usually priced at around $20- $50.

Corner lights, usually called cornering lights or turning lights, are considered the most unappreciated of all vehicle lighting systems. However, what many fail to realize is that cornering lights is an important car safety feature. It provides drivers with a clearer view of the corners and edges of the road when making a turn, or while finding a parking spot at night.

What is a corner light?

Corner lights are installed in vehicles to provide extra lighting when making turns and switching lanes. A corner light is usually positioned near the front fenders. Although there are other variations, a corner light is usually white.

Corner lights can be classified according to location. It could be installed at the front and rear of the vehicle. These either use LED or halogen light bulbs. LED lights is the more popular choice because it lasts longer and is more energy-efficient. However, some prefer halogen because of its low cost. You may also choose from a variety of lenses which include clear, amber, and plastic lenses.

Cadillac was the first car to use corner lights back in 1962. The brand marketed corner lights as a safety feature along with other front and rear braking systems. It soon became standard equipment in every Cadillac model. Corner lights are not common in most modern vehicles, but older models and luxury cars carry them just like the popular Cadillac line.

How do corner lights work?

Corner lights get automatically activated upon making a turn. In most cases, it is activated along with the turn signals. Some vehicles use their rear corner lights as back- up reverse lights, serving as a warning for pedestrians and other vehicles on the road when a car is backing up.

These lights can easily be installed in your vehicle. There are a lot of DIY guides available online or you may choose to contact your trusted mechanic to install cornering lights on your car.

What are the different types of corner lights?

Over the years, cornering lights have developed along with technology. These are the three most common types of corner lights.

Dynamic Corner Lights

Dynamic corner lights were first introduced in 2003. This kind of technology allows corner lights to pivot in line with the steering angle, making it easier for the driver to maneuver around dark corners. When the driver steers the wheel of the car, the light follows its direction for about 15 degrees.

These corner lights come out of the main headlights, offering an ideal range for all angles. Dynamic corner lights are usually available in compact classes.

Adaptive Frontline System (AFS)

Adaptive frontline systems or AFS were first introduced in 2006 and were considered a modern version of dynamic cornering lights. In this kind of system, the light beams not only work with the steering angle but also with the speed of the car. Illumination is based on internal vehicle data. This type of corner light requires a VarioX module with a rotating cylinder between the light source and the lens.

Adaptive Cut-off

Adaptive cut-off is the most advanced type of corner light among the three. This technology uses data from the vehicle’s surrounding as basis for light distribution. It also uses a camera to detect other vehicles. This ensures that the light beam ends where it is supposed to, either right in front of the upcoming vehicle or just right behind the vehicle ahead of you.

What are the benefits of having corner lights?

Corner lights  help drivers switch lanes, steer a round rough corners, and back up into  parking spaces safely at night. More than just a safety feature, premium corner lights can also add to the look and style of your vehicle.

Corner lights are easy to inspect and maintain. Fixing a malfunctioning light is as easy as replacing a busted light bulb or fuse. It is also very easy to find replacements for these parts.

Tips to Consider When Getting Your Car a Corner Light

A corner light gives you better lateral view of the road by providing extra illumination. Aside from its intended function, it's also helpful in completing the overall appearance of your car. Whether you're adding a corner light for a customized look or you're simply replacing an old damaged one, it's absolutely important that you know how to choose the right type for your vehicle. So, read on for some helpful tips to guide you when getting your car a corner light:

Halogen vs. LED

A corner light may come with a halogen or LED bulb, which are the two most commonly-used light bulbs when it comes to automotive lighting. Before choosing one for your car, you should take each type's brightness, lifespan, and price tag into consideration.

If you're looking for the brightest type to illuminate the road for you, then look nowhere else than the LED corner light. This is a perfect choice if you want to significantly increase your visibility. Unlike the halogen type, an LED corner light is more resistant to water damage since it doesn't have a filament. It also surpasses halogen when it comes to longevity. The only downside of this type is that it comes with a rather hefty price tag—not really a good option for those working on a strict budget.

A halogen corner light may seem like an underdog next to LED, but it's actually a versatile type of bulb. If you're on the search for a corner light which can get the job done without actually breaking the bank, then you should go for halogen.

Clear vs. Colored

Picking between a clear or colored corner light entirely depends on your aesthetic preferences. A corner light with a clear lens provides a clean and sharp illumination of the road. It may not look as fancy as a colored lens, though. So, if you're planning to give your car a customized appearance, then a colored corner light is your best bet.

Individually-sold vs. Kits

Getting an individually-sold corner light is definitely more economical if you're only replacing a broken one on your car. However, it's still recommended that you buy the corner light kit to ensure that the illumination on each side of the front bumper is the same.

How much do corner lights cost?

Cornering lights can either be sold in sets or individually. For example, you can by a bulbor its socket without purchasing the wiring and other parts of the module. One corner light is usually priced at around $20- $50 dollars.

Nine Simple Steps to Replacing a Damaged Corner Light

There are times when your car's headlights are not enough to illuminate the dim road ahead of you; a corner light is particularly useful if you ever find yourself in a situation like this. Aside from giving additional lighting, it also helps in signaling other drivers of your location on the freeway. Keep in mind that a failing corner light may cause life-threatening accidents. Not only can it affect your vehicle's visibility on the road, but it may also give out incorrect signals to the other drivers around you. So, whether your car's corner light sustained physical damage or it just simply reached the end of its service life, replacing it once it malfunctions is very important. Here's how you can install a new one on your car:

Difficulty level: Easy
Things that you'll need:
  • Screwdriver
  • Replacement corner light
  • Owner's manual

Step 1: Read your owner's manual to get a better grasp of where you should access the corner light. It's usually accessed from under the hood or near the car's wheels.

Step 2: Disconnect the electrical wirings connected to the corner light.

Step 3: Rotate the socket in a counterclockwise direction to remove it from the corner light assembly. The bulb should also be removed along with the socket.

Step 4: Remove the damaged corner light from your car by unfastening the screws that hold the housing assembly in place. Use a screwdriver for this procedure. If needed, carefully push the corner light until it pops out of its mounting location.

Step 5: Put the replacement corner light over the area where you removed the old one.

Step 6: Secure the new corner light using the same screws that you removed. Fasten the screws back on the housing assembly and make sure that you apply just the right amount of torque.

Step 7: Put the socket and bulb into the new corner light assembly.

Step 8: Reattach the electrical wirings. Make sure that you get the connections right to prevent electrical failures.

Step 9: Test if the new corner light is working properly.

This easy replacement procedure could be finished in less than 30 minutes if you're an expert DIYer. For beginners, installing a new corner light may take about 30 minutes to one hour.

Corner Light Buyer's Guide

Summary

  • Corner lights are installed in vehicles to provide extra lighting when making turns and switching lanes. 
  • A corner light is usually positioned near the front fenders. Over the years, cornering lights have developed along with technology. These are the three most common versions of corner lights: dynamic, adaptive frontline systems, and adaptive cut-off.
  • One corner light is usually priced at around $20- $50. 
  • These lights are also easy to inspect and maintain. A malfunctioning light is usually a result of a failing light bulb or fuse. It is very easy to find a replacement for these parts.
  • When driving at night, corner lights will surely give drivers less stress when switching lanes, steering through a rough corner or simply just  backing up to a corner of a parking space

 
Corner lights, usually called cornering lights or turning lights, are considered the most unappreciated of all vehicle lighting systems. However, what many fail to realize is that cornering lights is an important car safety feature. It provides drivers with a clearer view of the corners and edges of the road when making a turn, or while finding a parking spot at night. 

What exactly is a corner light?

Corner lights are installed in vehicles to provide extra lighting when making turns and switching lanes. A corner light is usually positioned near the front fenders. Although there are other variations, a corner light is usually white.

Corner lights can be classified according to location. It could be installed at the front and rear of the vehicle. These either use LED or halogen light bulbs. LED lights are the more popular choice because it lasts longer and is more energy-efficient. However, some prefer halogen because of its low cost. You may also choose from a variety of lenses which include clear, amber, and plastic lenses. 

Cadillac was the first car to use corner lights back in 1962. The brand marketed corner lights as a safety feature along with other front and rear braking systems. It soon became standard equipment in every Cadillac model. Corner lights are not common in most modern vehicles, but older models and luxury cars carry them just like the popular Cadillac line. 

How do corner lights work?

Corner lights get automatically activated upon making a turn. In most cases, it is activated along with the turn signals. Some vehicles use their rear corner lights as back- up reverse lights, serving as a warning for pedestrians and other vehicles on the road when a car is backing up.
 
These lights can easily be installed in your vehicle. There are a lot of DIY guides available online or you may choose to contact your trusted mechanic to install cornering lights on your car.

What are the different types of corner lights? 

Over the years, cornering lights have developed along with technology. These are the three most common types of corner lights.

Dynamic Corner Lights

Dynamic corner lights were first introduced in 2003. This kind of technology allows corner lights to pivot in line with the steering angle, making it easier for the driver to maneuver around dark corners. When the driver steers the wheel of the car, the light follows its direction for about 15 degrees.
These corner lights come out of the main headlights, offering an ideal range for all angles. Dynamic corner lights are usually available in compact classes. 

Adaptive Frontline System (AFS)

Adaptive frontline systems or AFS were first introduced in 2006 and were considered a modern version of dynamic cornering lights. In this kind of system, the light beams not only work with the steering angle but also with the speed of the car. Illumination is based on internal vehicle data.  This type of corner light requires a VarioX module with a rotating cylinder between the light source and the lens. 

Adaptive Cut-off

Adaptive cut-off is the most advanced type of corner light among the three. This technology uses data from the vehicle’s surroundings as basis for light distribution. It also uses a camera to detect other vehicles. This ensures that the light beam ends where it is supposed to, either right in front of the upcoming vehicle or just right behind the vehicle ahead of you.

Tips to remember when getting your car a corner light

Whether you're adding a corner light for a customized look or you're simply replacing an old damaged one, it's absolutely important that you know how to choose the right type for your vehicle. Read on for some helpful tips to guide you when getting your car a corner light.

Halogen vs. LED

A corner light may come with a halogen or LED bulb, which are the two most commonly used light bulbs when it comes to automotive lighting. Before choosing one for your car, you should take each type's brightness, lifespan, and price tag into consideration.

An LED corner light is the best option for you if you want to significantly increase your visibility. Unlike halogen, an LED corner light is more resistant to water damage since it doesn't have a filament. It also has better longevity, making its higher cost reasonable. 

Halogen corner lights are common and easy to find. If you're on the search for a corner light which can get the job done without actually breaking the bank, then you should go for halogen.

Clear vs. Colored

Picking between a clear or colored corner light entirely depends on your aesthetic preferences. A corner light with a clear lens provides clean and sharp illumination of the road. It may not look as fancy as a colored lens, though. So, if you're planning to give your car a customized appearance, then a colored corner light is your best bet.

Individually-sold vs. Kits

Getting an individually-sold corner light is definitely more economical if you're only replacing a broken one in your car. However, it's still recommended that you buy the corner light as a kit to ensure that the illumination on each side of the front bumper is the same.

How much do corner lights cost?

Cornering lights can either be sold in sets or individually. For example, you can by a bulbor its socket without purchasing the wiring and other parts of the module. One corner light is usually priced at around $20- $50 dollars. 

What are the benefits of having corner lights? 

Corner lights help drivers switch lanes, steer around rough corners, and back up into parking spaces safely at night. More than just a safety feature, premium corner lights can also add to the look and style of your vehicle. 

Corner lights are easy to inspect and maintain. Fixing a malfunctioning light is as easy as replacing a busted light bulb or fuse. It is also very easy to find replacements for these parts.

Replacing a damaged corner light

There are times when your car's headlights are not enough to illuminate the dim road ahead of you. A corner light is particularly useful if you ever find yourself in a situation like this. Aside from giving additional lighting, it also helps in signaling other drivers of your location on the freeway. 

A failing corner light may cause life-threatening accidents. Not only can it affect your vehicle's visibility on the road, but it may also give out incorrect signals to the other drivers around you. So, whether your car's corner light sustained physical damage or it just simply reached the end of its service life, replacing it once it malfunctions is very important. Here's how you can install a new one on your car:

Difficulty level: Easy
Things that you'll need:
  • Screwdriver
  • Replacement corner light
  • Owner's manual


Step 1: Read your owner's manual to get a better grasp of where you should access the corner light. It's usually accessed from under the hood or near the car's wheels.
Step 2: Disconnect the electrical wirings connected to the corner light.
Step 3: Rotate the socket in a counterclockwise direction to remove it from the corner light assembly. The bulb should also be removed along with the socket.
Step 4: Remove the damaged corner light from your car by unfastening the screws that hold the housing assembly in place. Use a screwdriver for this procedure. If needed, carefully push the corner light until it pops out of its mounting location.
Step 5: Put the replacement corner light over the area where you removed the old one.
Step 6: Secure the new corner light using the same screws that you removed. Fasten the screws back on the housing assembly and make sure that you apply just the right amount of torque.
Step 7: Put the socket and bulb into the new corner light assembly.
Step 8: Reattach the electrical wirings. Make sure that you get the connections right to prevent electrical failures.
Step 9: Test if the new corner light is working properly.
This easy replacement procedure could be finished in less than 30 minutes if you're an expert DIYer. For beginners, installing a new corner light may take about 30 minutes to one hour.
 

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