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Looking to add a little color to your Juke's interior? Diode Dynamics' RGBW Multicolor Footwell LED kits are the way to do it! By adding Diode Dynamics' LED strips under your dash, you can add RGBW color-changing ability to your Nissan Juke's footwell area.

This kit is not just RGB, it is RGBW! That means there is an extra integrated LED chip that is specifically white in color, right next to the standard red, green, and blue LEDs. By using an RGBW controller, you can activate and control the white chip independently of the colors. This provides a much more uniform, pure, and bright white color than the traditional method of combining all RGB signals.

Our Bluetooth Controller will allow you to choose any color under the sun, including True White, directly from your phone! Our mobile app includes a wide variety of features including strobe and fade effects, preset colors, Camera Match, Music Sync, and much more. Our controller will also allow you to adjust the brightness of the LED strips. Any time you power up your strips, they will default to the last color that was previously selected.

These LED strips in this kit are highly flexible and waterproof. They feature high-density LEDs chips for brighter output and barrel-style M8 connectors for a secure connection.

Included in the 2-Piece Kit:

  • Two (2) 50cm RGBW SMD30 Strips
  • One (1) wiring harness (4-foot)
  • Two (2) quick splices
  • One (1) red LED toggle switch
  • One (1) DC-to-DT adapter
  • Four (4) zip-ties
  • One (1) 3M outdoor adhesive pad
Included in the 4-Piece Kit:

  • Four (4) 50cm RGBW SMD30 Strips
  • One (1) wiring harness (4-foot)
  • Two (2) quick splices
  • One (1) red LED toggle switch
  • One (1) DC-to-DT adapter
  • Eight (8) zip-ties
  • Two (2) 3M outdoor adhesive pads
  • Two (2) RGBW M8 extension wires



The 2-piece kit includes everything you need to install LED strips in the front footwell area on both the driver and passenger sides of your vehicle. The 4-piece kit includes everything you need to install LED strips in the front and rear footwell areas on both the driver and passenger sides of your vehicle. This kit is very universal in nature and can be tapped into any 12V power source that you would like when installing.


Any questions email us at [email protected] or call: (314) 205-3033

PM us for the free-shipping code (U.S. forum members only)

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Collin O.
 

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any chance there's a video on how to install these into a juke? or is it just a general install vid that you have shown in the initial thread?
 

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any chance there's a video on how to install these into a juke? or is it just a general install vid that you have shown in the initial thread?
It's a universal kit, so the installation process is very similar from vehicle to vehicle

Check out our YouTube channel to see more installation videos: http://www.youtube.com/user/diodedynamics/videos

Feel free to give us a call if you would like more installation information: (314) 205-3033

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Do you know if your Rear footwell kit / door speaker kit is an easy add on/extension to those of us with the Nissan OEM 20 color accent lighting already installed in the front? The rear of the Juke is so dark.
 

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Nick,
Do you know if your Rear footwell kit / door speaker kit is an easy add on/extension to those of us with the Nissan OEM 20 color accent lighting already installed in the front? The rear of the Juke is so dark.
The Footwell LED kits are fairly universal and easy to install. You can add LED strips to your footwell area, under the rear seats, in the door speakers with relative ease

You can also tap into the dome/map lights so the strips come on and off as you open the door

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You might want to update the links in the first post. They just take us to a generic page on your site instead of what we assume we're clicking to get to. The way it is, we have to still to a ton of navigating to figure out what exactly it is that works for our car.
 

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You might want to update the links in the first post. They just take us to a generic page on your site instead of what we assume we're clicking to get to. The way it is, we have to still to a ton of navigating to figure out what exactly it is that works for our car.
We are still updating URLs from when the new site was launched in Nov. 2017. As a supporting vendor on over 150 forums, it's quite a time consuming endeavor.

I'll get the Juke threads updated shortly.

Thank you for posting!

Nick C.
 
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