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My new 5-arm LED taillight bulbs.

Old 1/1/10, 12:32 PM
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My new 5-arm LED taillight bulbs.

I installed these a few days ago and they work with my Meter4it kit. I was surprised that I didn't need load resistors for them. They're working flawlessly! Here's a pic and a vid.





http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8VOuW_do1Xo

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Looks great!

So you didn't have the same issues with these as you did with the front turn signals?
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Originally Posted by GONE_N_60 View Post
Looks great!

So you didn't have the same issues with these as you did with the front turn signals?
No issues at all. My guess is that the Meter4it kit has built in load resistors to handle LED bulbs. I have a feeling that other types of sequential kits that are just plug and play harnesses will require load resistors spliced in.
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thats sick. do they instll pretty much like the non LED sequential kit?
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thats sick. do they instll pretty much like the non LED sequential kit?
I had the Meter4it sequential/chase kit with ordinary filament bulbs before replacing the filament bulbs with these 5-arm LEDs. The Meter4it requires splicing into your taillight harness so they're not plug & play.
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Cool "Very Cool"

Pretty sharp looking LEDs! Nice "CS" on the deck lid too. Thanks again for that gift! Would love to see a new video of the running lights on and then the operation of the turn signals and the brake lights too when it is a little darker out? They do look very cool though. I know. I'm a PITA huh Bro? CalStang
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Very nice...
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