Glad to come across these lights because it can be very dark in the country and backing down drive to a desired spot difficult. Not the easiest or quickest job to replace in the 2008 Altima Coupe, but when done they shined brightly (daytime) so all was buttoned up. They made a great difference in seeing backup guides at night, but the passenger bulb seems about a third dimmer than the driver's. Wondering if one of the three LEDs is defective or if they can even work like that, but AUXITO doesn't answer the phone number on the box. It is easy to see in picture 1 that the old lights burned evenly so it would be nice to have even lighting back there with the LEDs. Besides, it just doesn't look right as picture 2 shows. Not sure how to proceed at this point.10/8. In a reply to my email AUXITO (who had been on vacation) suggested I switch the bulbs to see if the same condition would occur. After reading most of the reviews of the bulbs and getting the opportunity to take the Altima apart again, I was able to verify that all six (three per bulb) LEDs were burning. Then I took the passenger side bulb, rotated it 180 degrees (which was from the reviews, but makes no sense to me) and put it in the driver's side. The driver's side bulb was replaced without any rotation. Again I verified all LEDs were burning and put the car back together. After dark I was pleased to find that the bulbs are now shining with reasonably equal brightness (see third picture). I can't explain it and don't pretend to try, but, hey! Don't know how to help others because I was not able to tell the difference between the brightness of the bulbs in the daytime, but it became readily apparent in the dark. Anyway, I appreciate AUXITO getting back with me and they made it clear that they are committed to their bulbs and their customers. The bottom line? These bulbs accomplish what I need and I would recommend them to anyone needing to see a good fifty feet back in reverse in serious country dark.