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Sequential tail lights - best I've seen so far...
#51
Skeet76:

Thanks for your reply.
I must have misunderstood. I was thinkinking (hoping) that I could get the flasher unit for $20 and use it with original taillights.

Mike

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(01-13-2019, 07:29 PM)mjseakan Wrote: Skeet76:

Thanks for your reply.
I must have misunderstood. I was thinkinking (hoping) that I could get the flasher unit for $20 and use it with original taillights.

Mike

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Mike,

My apologies, I thought you were referring to the led lights, not the flasher. 
Yes, the sell the flasher by itself. Did you just replace the incandescent bulbs with the LED's?

Here's a post I found helpful, just in case:

https://www.7173mustangs.com/thread-led-...ty-matters
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#53
(01-13-2019, 07:19 PM)skeet76 Wrote:
(01-13-2019, 02:38 PM)Mister 4x4 Wrote:
(01-12-2019, 10:30 PM)skeet76 Wrote: 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

Stuff happens, and getting all the final details taken care of can actually take longer than the big jobs - I've been stalled on many of the final details of my projects for several years now.  Thanks for all the info you've provided so far - I think I might be in the market for a set of these (after I get a couple of more pressing things done, that is - I still need to get the new RCCI console clock installed and settle up with The Rocketman, for instance - which is my new priority, if the weather would only cooperate).

Eric

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#54
You're welcome! I'm glad this forum is available & we can all help each other.

I hear that! I took mine for a drive after I got everything buttoned up on these, and my next project presented itself...as one of the other threads was titled...'The dreaded heater core" yikes haha

Here is a video of my lights after I finished...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iA1Pzbp9jDY
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#55
skeet76:
No worries, after I posted I thought my  question might not have been clear.

I haven't replaced the incandescent bulbs yet, I am thinking about it though. Thanks for the link.

In regards to my original question, I'm still unclear as to if I need a flasher for each side.

Thanks again,
Mike

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#56
One flasher runs both sides of the turn signals. A separate flasher for the hazard lights (all four flashing).



“If you can't explain it simply, you don't understand it well enough.”
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(01-13-2019, 10:13 PM)skeet76 Wrote:
(01-13-2019, 07:29 PM)mjseakan Wrote: Skeet76:

Thanks for your reply.
I must have misunderstood. I was thinkinking (hoping) that I could get the flasher unit for $20 and use it with original taillights.

Mike

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Mike,

My apologies, I thought you were referring to the led lights, not the flasher. 
Yes, the sell the flasher by itself. Did you just replace the incandescent bulbs with the LED's?

Here's a post I found helpful, just in case:

https://www.7173mustangs.com/thread-led-...ty-matters

(01-14-2019, 01:34 PM)Don C Wrote: One flasher runs both sides of the turn signals. A separate flasher for the hazard lights (all four flashing).

Don,

   That's what I wanted to hear!

 Thanks,
 Mike

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