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#1 OFFLINE   cruisinflex

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Posted 23 January 2010 - 07:10 AM

i am in need of euro tail lights i am military and i have orders to england and they require a different light set up. the way they like to do it is cut wirers and reroute them and i am not digging that idea. so i am on the hunt for euro tail lights that will work with the led lights. i have searched the net but have not found any.

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#2 OFFLINE   ROBY1KENOBY

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Posted 24 January 2011 - 07:23 AM

i am in need of euro tail lights i am military and i have orders to england and they require a different light set up. the way they like to do it is cut wirers and reroute them and i am not digging that idea. so i am on the hunt for euro tail lights that will work with the led lights. i have searched the net but have not found any.

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We would use Hella LED's in the front for parkinglights.
For the rear we would use Swelight flasher that we put in the rear bumper.
http://swelight.net/

#3 OFFLINE   BobbyBuster

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Posted 07 July 2011 - 04:52 AM

We would use Hella LED's in the front for parkinglights.
For the rear we would use Swelight flasher that we put in the rear bumper.
http://swelight.net/

Okay, I'm in the same need. How will that solution deal with that the tail lights uses the the brake light as a turn signal?
Does it have a converter box or something?

#4 OFFLINE   settle227

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Posted 15 January 2012 - 11:32 AM

Okay, I'm in the same need. How will that solution deal with that the tail lights uses the the brake light as a turn signal?
Does it have a converter box or something?

I work for the USAF in the UK and have a 2009 Flex. Your best solution is to obtain a pair of yellow/white switchback LED bulbs for the front park/turn lights. They are plug and play. Obtain a pair of yellow strip LEDs to put on the rear bezels of the tail lights, verticlely. A red bulb can be put in the right rear reverseing light to function as the required fog light. Some rewiring in the rear to accomidate this setup is unavoidable, For the UK anyway. You will be required to have a yellow side repeater light for the turn signals on the front fender just ahead of the door visible from the rear of the vehicle standing 39 inches to the side. Hope this helps

#5 OFFLINE   settle227

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Posted 15 January 2012 - 11:34 AM

Okay, I'm in the same need. How will that solution deal with that the tail lights uses the the brake light as a turn signal?
Does it have a converter box or something?

See my post below






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