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Old 10-17-2014, 12:26 PM   #1
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Rear Tail Lights To a LED

My corner lenses had a couple of cracks so decided to change them all to led. Still waiting for the corner ones. Thanks Country Coach for putting 18 lights back there. Lol. I will try and get some night pictures tonight.

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Looks cool. Where are you getting the replacement lights?
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The red and amber came from PPL motorhomes, The clear/white from cariD.com and the red corners that I did not receive yet from etrailer.com.
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Night time

Park lights old

Led

Turn signal old

Turn led
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Looks great!
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Old 10-18-2014, 09:37 AM   #6
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Good job, Mike!

Thanks for the tip.
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The red and amber came from PPL motorhomes, The clear/white from cariD.com and the red corners that I did not receive yet from etrailer.com.
Mike:
Any chance you have the part and/or catalog numbers for each of these? Obviously one vendor doesn't carry all of them?
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PPLmotorhomes amber 47-84-412
Red. 47-84-410



CariD.com clear reverse 47-84-026


Etrailer.com red wrap around corner 47-86-202
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When you installed your LED lights did you have to also install a load resistor? I understand that LED lights for turn signals will hyper-flash sometimes because the load is less than an incandesent buld. Thanks!
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Just pluged them in and they work as normal. Not shure if there is something built into them.
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