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Replace indicator light cover, LED

Hi,

A quick question, is it possible replacing the classic amber coloured indicator covers with clear/transparent/non-colour cover + an amber coloured LED light bulb?

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A quick question, is it possible replacing the classic amber coloured indicator covers with clear/transparent/non-colour cover + an amber coloured LED light bulb?



Thanks a million


Quadratec sells a clear lens kit made by crown, and you can stick new bulbs in easily. Youíll probably need an electronic flasher to get them to blink properly.


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Welcome to the Forum JensGreg,

This is the build forum. Post some pics of your rig so we can see the "before" pics and then watch your progress through more pics, as you make the Jeep your own.

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