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Sequential tail lights - best I've seen so far...
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Not really sure if the plug is the same but I have used the EP-27 flasher before when installing led turn signals on other Ford vehicles. Don't think the flasher relay cost that much, may be worth a try. I have also soldered the resisters in but the EP-27 flasher relay was so much faster. Good luck.

Tom
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(01-05-2019, 10:21 PM)vintageman Wrote: Not really sure if the plug is the same but I have used the EP-27 flasher before when installing led turn signals on other Ford vehicles.  Don't think the flasher relay cost that much, may be worth a try. I have also soldered the resisters in but the EP-27 flasher relay was so much faster. Good luck.

Tom

Thanks Tom, I'll give that one a try.
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(01-06-2019, 04:49 PM)skeet76 Wrote:
(01-05-2019, 10:21 PM)vintageman Wrote: Not really sure if the plug is the same but I have used the EP-27 flasher before when installing led turn signals on other Ford vehicles.  Don't think the flasher relay cost that much, may be worth a try. I have also soldered the resisters in but the EP-27 flasher relay was so much faster. Good luck.

Tom

Thanks Tom, I'll give that one a try.

Unfortunately the EP27 has too many contacts. However, I contacted Easy Performance, and they now have their own proprietary solid state flasher module for $20, that they claim will operate with input voltages ranging from 5 to 20 volts, and loads from 0.0 to 10 amps.

I've ordered one, and will have it Thursday. I'll work on it this weekend & report back.
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I received the the flasher from Easy Performance, got it installed & everything is working beautifully!
I highly recommend!
Here is the link for the flasher, for those interested...

https://easyperformance.com/products/uni...her-module

Here's a video of the final product...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iA1Pzbp9jDY
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Looks awesome, skeet!  thumb

Can you check in the set-up instructions to see if there any way to have the brake lights come on all at once, with the signals still sequential?  Also, how to the reverse lights look with the brakes applied?

Eric

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(01-12-2019, 09:25 PM)Mister 4x4 Wrote: Looks awesome, skeet!  thumb

Can you check in the set-up instructions to see if there any way to have the brake lights come on all at once, with the signals still sequential?  Also, how to the reverse lights look with the brakes applied?

Thanks Eric!

I checked the instructions, and didn't see any way to have the brake lights come on all at once while the turn & hazards remain sequential, sorry.

The LED's are all red, so the reverse portion of the lens shines red. There are separate white LED's on the panels for the reverse lights.

Hope this helps  Smile

Steve
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skeet76:
This may be a silly question, but do you need a separate unit for each side?

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(01-12-2019, 10:30 PM)skeet76 Wrote:
(01-12-2019, 09:25 PM)Mister 4x4 Wrote: Looks awesome, skeet!  thumb

Can you check in the set-up instructions to see if there any way to have the brake lights come on all at once, with the signals still sequential?  Also, how to the reverse lights look with the brakes applied?

Thanks Eric!

I checked the instructions, and didn't see any way to have the brake lights come on all at once while the turn & hazards remain sequential, sorry.

The LED's are all red, so the reverse portion of the lens shines red. There are separate white LED's on the panels for the reverse lights.

Hope this helps  Smile

Steve

It does - thanks!  Now the big question: when the reverse lights are on, and the brake is engaged, do the red LEDs in the reverse light area stay lit, or do they shut off [while the reverse lights are on]?  Probably a dumb question, because that would mean the reverse lights would be pink.

Eric

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(01-13-2019, 09:16 AM)mjseakan Wrote: skeet76:
 This may be a silly question, but do you need a separate unit for each side?

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mjseakan, 

They are sold by the pair, and come with everything you need to set them up, with the exception of the low current draw flasher. Definitely buy the the solid state flasher from Easy Products if you buy a set. It'll save a bunch of hassle and time.
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(01-13-2019, 02:38 PM)Mister 4x4 Wrote:
(01-12-2019, 10:30 PM)skeet76 Wrote:
(01-12-2019, 09:25 PM)Mister 4x4 Wrote: Looks awesome, skeet!  thumb

Can you check in the set-up instructions to see if there any way to have the brake lights come on all at once, with the signals still sequential?  Also, how to the reverse lights look with the brakes applied?

Thanks Eric!

I checked the instructions, and didn't see any way to have the brake lights come on all at once while the turn & hazards remain sequential, sorry.

The LED's are all red, so the reverse portion of the lens shines red. There are separate white LED's on the panels for the reverse lights.

Hope this helps  Smile

Steve

It does - thanks!  Now the big question: when the reverse lights are on, and the brake is engaged, do the red LEDs in the reverse light area stay lit, or do they shut off [while the reverse lights are on]?  Probably a dumb question, because that would mean the reverse lights would be pink.

Unfortunately, I can't answer that at this time. One of the previous owners shoehorned the 351W, and 4 speed top loader in this car, and forgot, or just didn't bother hooking the reverse lights up. And I have just let it go...yes I know...I'm a slacker   whistling
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