LED lighting


Apr 2, 2020
Staunton, Virginia
I bought a 2006 Fleetwood Williamsburg popup, I would like to replace the lighting inside with LED, any suggestions would greatly be appreciated.
There are a lot of choices for LED lights for a trailer. All you need is a 12-Vdc LED light. In my trailer I have two lights, and each has a three position switch that allows me to have a lower light level and a ^HIGH light level, and of course OFF. The high is so bright, we do not use it as much as the lower level. Do an internet search for 12-Vdc LED lights. Pick the one you like.


Mar 28, 2020
Not sure of that brand, but I tried 2 other non-dimmable and they just wouldn't work for me. Hence, why I said to check voltage.
There's only 2 in my camper, so I figured it couldn't hurt to try. Also, I was debating hooking up a variable resistor and knob to lower it for a night-light, but never got around to that.
I can say they've been a nice company to order from. They no charge returned another set of non-dimmable (even though it was my issue, not theirs, the bulbs did work.) And they give a 3 year warranty on those bulbs.


Jun 5, 2021
Just a suggestion .. wear a pair of disposable gloves when changing out the bulbs so you don't contaminate them with oil from your fingers ... I learned the hard way


Super Active Member
Mar 8, 2017
If you like your fixtures, change bulbs. If you don't, change the fixtures. :) We replaced the bulbs in our 2008 Fleetwood. Our 2012 truck camper came with LEDs everywhere but they were so blindingly bright we replaced some of the fixtures with dimmable LED ones. So you can do both!