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Old 08-11-2019, 08:29 AM   #15
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Thanks tracker. Iíll dive under it Monday and see what the issue is.
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Old 08-12-2019, 01:54 AM   #16
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Thanks tracker. Iíll dive under it Monday and see what the issue is.
If none of the headlights are working may need to reset by doing the unplug sequence sating with large page plugs wait 5 minutes plug them back in the same was the came out. Thatís for the column control in the electrical bay.
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My issue is they wonít plug in. Iíve ordered some different cups to see if that will make them work
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My issue is they wonít plug in. Iíve ordered some different cups to see if that will make them work
So the electrical part want plug in. Maybe post a picture
of your plug and some one else can verify if yours is the normal plug or mine is. I would hate to be giving bad information on this light kit.
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Old 08-14-2019, 01:17 PM   #19
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I got inspired by this thread and ordered replacement LED bulbs for my 04 TS. Last night I used the Rain-X lens refurbishing kit and polished my yellowed headlights right up in about 30 minutes. I installed the LED bulbs today and I can't wait for tonight to see if they are brighter.

Total investment:
Pair of LED hi/lo bulbs = $19.00
Rain-X Refurb Kit = $17.00
TOTAL: $36.00
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So the electrical part want plug in. Maybe post a picture
of your plug and some one else can verify if yours is the normal plug or mine is. I would hate to be giving bad information on this light kit.
Will do Tracker. Hope to do that Friday. Iíll let you know what I fimd
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