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Express Yourself with a Third Brake Light Cover

Some people like their cars to remain the way they bought them; stock mugs, stock fascia, stock everything. Not that anyone has anything against these people, but the potential to extend themselves to their rides is decreased by their fondness for minimalism. If you are one of these people, but you are also trying to explore ways to customize your car without going overboard, then you should try installing a third brake light cover. It's a great way to personalize your car without overdoing it, and for a cheap price too. To help you choose the right third brake light cover, below is a list of things to consider.

Third brake light cover design

Choosing a third brake light cover design is largely a matter of taste. If you don't want something too loud, you can opt for a decal or a logo of your car's make. Now, if you're ready for something bolder, you can choose a cover with an animated cut-out design, or a one-word statement written on it. Pick something that best suits your personality.

Third brake light cover material

Most third brake light covers come in aluminum. These are usually polished to maintain a smooth and shiny texture. Also, aluminum covers are also seen even in daylight, making your self-expression more apparent. On the other hand, if you are looking for something cheaper and more subtle, you can opt for a black vinyl material. However, black vinyl is not as temperature-resistant as aluminum, so your accessory may not last as long as you expected.

Third brake light cover fit

One of the good things about third brake light covers is that they come as direct-fit installations. Attaching it to the third brake light is convenient because they fit through the original holes, so no extra drilling is required.

Installing a Third Brake Light Cover

A third brake light cover is sold to directly fit the screws of your third brake light. The only challenge that remains is how you can install the cover without damaging any wires or surrounding parts of your brake light. Read on to learn how you can install your accessory in the most efficient way possible.

Tools you need:

  • Flathead screwdriver
  • Phillips screwdriver

Difficulty level: Easy

Step 1: Open your car's trunk.

Step 2: Locate the back of the third brake lamp assembly with your hands. Once you found it, get in the trunk for a visual.

Step 3: You should see two notches to the left and right of the assembly. There are two screws on each side, one set for each brake light case. The procedure to take the assembly off will vary depending on the make and model of your car. Some cars will require you to unscrew the notches with a Phillips screwdriver, while others can be pried open using a flathead screwdriver.

Step 4: After you have lifted the assembly out from where it sits in the back seat, you can now screw in the third brake light cover.

Step 5: Be careful when screwing the light cover in, you might bend the cutouts if you grasp the accessory too tight. The clips and bolts are also made from plastic, so do not tighten them harder than necessary.

Step 6: Put everything back in place by doing the reverse of these steps.


  • The interior lighting of your car automatically turns on when you left a door or your trunk open. Installing your third brake light cover will take minutes, so it would be best if you will switch off the interior lightings first. This will prevent your battery from being discharged.

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