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post #3 of (permalink) Old 07-04-2019, 07:36 AM
BW66
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I think it's worth the extra coin for the brake lights. LED bulbs are plug and play. LED bulbs are polarity sensitive, So if you have a straight pin bulb it may not work the first time you install it you may have to spin it 180 degrees. I have seen this on dash lights.
If you change your parking and brake lights you will have to change your flasher to a electronic flasher ( I think that's what they call it ) I just change the brake lights on my cars and keep the OEM style flasher, But that's up to you.
I went with LED headlights, They are a little flatter then I hoped. Have not used them at night yet so I don't know if they are better or not.

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